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Uh does anyone have the question paper?
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You need to be way more specific than that. Depends what question paper you're talking about? Is it a past paper?
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You need to be way more specific than that. Depends what question paper you're talking about? Is it a past paper?
I think OP means the Gcse c2 exam paper from 2015
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I think OP means the Gcse c2 exam paper from 2015
Yes but that's part of a bigger paper?
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Yes but that's part of a bigger paper?
No it's a single paper by itself like all other chemistry papers
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Uh does anyone have the question paper?
This is not available to students. If you find a copy then it has been obtained against the regulations of the examining board.
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No it's a single paper by itself like all other chemistry papers
I'm guessing that's just and end of module test then cause an exam paper is not a single module. It's usually C1,C2 + B1,B2+ P1,P2 OR C1,2,3 in a paper.
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I'm guessing that's just and end of module test then cause an exam paper is not a single module. It's usually C1,C2 + B1,B2+ P1,P2 OR C1,2,3 in a paper.
No they are individual.
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AQA GCSE C2 may/June 2015 higher
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I'm guessing that's just and end of module test then cause an exam paper is not a single module. It's usually C1,C2 + B1,B2+ P1,P2 OR C1,2,3 in a paper.
I'm doing AQA and they're individual for me?
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