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Due to the change in syllabus there is a are not too many for _# practice papers P3. Anyone know if

1. is there a hug change in the style of questions between the old P3 and the new P3

2. is there any resources available for revising the new p3
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(Original post by tania880)
Due to the change in syllabus there is a are not too many for _# practice papers P3. Anyone know if

1. is there a hug change in the style of questions between the old P3 and the new P3

2. is there any resources available for revising the new p3
hi, there are loads of resources. Did your school give you a revision guide the CGP are good books. Also there is some inconsistency in the old spec but I've noticed that a few question from old spec have appered on the recent papers.
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no, p3 is the easiest module because there are very few chapters, literally one of the chapters is memorising two statements and an equation
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no, p3 is the easiest module because there are very few chapters, literally one of the chapters is memorising two statements and an equation
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