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    Hi I've just started AS what are some good resources, websites and link to past papers cause I'm kinda confused as I don't know how the exams are set out yet etc
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    I was just about to make a thread about the same exact thing!
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    http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications...420-from-2015/

    I don't know if anyone has any of the resources and can link them to you, but they all currently require logging in to the interchange as the papers are new and may be used for mock exams, so I'd recommend asking your teacher if they can do that for you.
    If your teacher can't give you practice papers for various reasons, you could use questions from the old syllabus (AS papers are F211 and F212) if they are relevant to what you're studying.
    I did the old syllabus but sat in on some new AS lessons for help with retakes, some areas of the new syllabus aren't covered in as great a detail or at all in the old syllabus and vice versa, so just check between both specifications first, so that you don't waste time on something that probably won't come up.
 
 
 
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