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What website can I use to do pat papers most effective for the new 9-1 GCSEs?
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What website can I use to do pat papers most effective for the new 9-1 GCSEs?
There are no publically-available past papers for 9-1 (paper privacy; papers released only after a year), but all the major exam boards do have specimen papers for almost all subjects.
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Oh okay. Thank you :-)
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What website can I use to do pat papers most effective for the new 9-1 GCSEs?
The pearson website is good for past papers in most subjects.
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Welcome to the GCSE forum!:party2:
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can you get an a* in additional math
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can you get an a* in additional math
Not in the OCR FSMQ Additional Maths, which is what I'm assuming you're referring to, no.
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Not in the OCR FSMQ Additional Maths, which is what I'm assuming you're referring to, no.
then if i were to get 12 a* and 1 a wouldnt that look wierd
( by no standards i will get that high for sure unless...
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then if i were to get 12 a* and 1 a wouldnt that look wierd
( by no standards i will get that high for sure unless...
No. Universities will know that it doesn't have an A*.
Plus, it's a level 3 qualification rather than a level 2 qualification like GCSEs so it will already stand out!

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What website can I use to do pat papers most effective for the new 9-1 GCSEs?
Personally recommend :
https://www.savemyexams.co.uk/ [EDEXCEL SPECIALISED]

http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/

https://www.pixl.org.uk/ [SCHOOL]

http://www.logonscience.com/html/

https://isaacphysics.org/

http://www.irevise.com/

rswebsites.co.uk/science/Documents/A%20Level%20Chemistry/.../Index.htm

http://www.rswebsites.co.uk/science/...base/index.htm

http://www.chemsheets.co.uk/

I recommend https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGq...SRD_SjtodhQPTQ {myGcseScience youtube}

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM2...e4HAuzhpFuRY8w
{mrbruff youtube}
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It really depends on what exam board. If your doing Edexcel or AQA, both boards have really good specimen papers for the 9-1 GCSE's
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i'm stuck with a question can someone help me please??
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i'm stuck with a question can someone help me please??
Create a thread in the subject's forum and I'm sure someone will come and help you with it

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Here is a GCSE AQA English Language paper, just out of kindness..............
https://vle.st-thomasmore.southend.s...orcedownload=1
Coppy and paste this in and you'll get a free paper 1 practicse paper Q1-4
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Here is a GCSE AQA English Language paper, just out of kindness..............
https://vle.st-thomasmore.southend.s...orcedownload=1
Coppy and paste this in and you'll get a free paper 1 practicse paper Q1-4
Nah link doesn't work
It comes up with a screen wanting a login and password
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Nah link doesn't work
It comes up with a screen wanting a login and password
Sorry, try this: I gave you another one as a sorry present. Have fun!!! Good Luck!!!!
Jane-Eyre-language-paper-1 (7).docx (54.0 KB)
abc Rebecca-Paper (4).docx (150.8 KB)
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Create a thread in the subject's forum and I'm sure someone will come and help you with it

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i already done that but no one answer it
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i already done that but no one answer it
Your one titled "rollercoaster"? You have a response on there, and now you've responded I'm sure they'll get back to you In future, it's also best to title your posts with something more along the lines of "physics rollercoaster question" rather than "rollercoaster" as that makes people more likely to click on it, and also if you put it in the subject specific forum (I assume in this case physics) then it's much more likely to be seen by a subject specialist who can help
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What website can I use to do pat papers most effective for the new 9-1 GCSEs?
A really good science website is "free science lessons." That's what i use for my science and it is amazing.
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Welcome to the GCSE forum!:party2:
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Hey! I have mock exams this week, do you have any advice to help me keep on track and be less nervous?
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