Is the old spec past papers good enough?Watch this thread
I was just wondering whether the old spec past papers (papers before 2015) would be good enough for the new spec, as I only have the resources that my teachers give me and a specimen paper for each subject. That's it, apart from the old spec papers of course!
Are the old spec past papers good enough?
If you become very familiar with the old style papers scoring between 80-100% every time, it should get you a minimum of a solid B grade in the new style exams.
Thanks guys, so there isn't that much that is different, just practical assessments as well as new topics. A grade B would be good for me but I'm trying for even an A so, I'll be putting in more work to get the A! Thannks
No problem! For chemistry practical technique theory I highly recommend chemrevise website and check out the OCR revision guides. The module 2 acids section is four pages and contains large amount of information of titrations, how to reduce uncertainty and how to show you have repeatable accurate results. Those revision sheets are how I revise currently.
My pleasure, im afraid i dont take physics so am unable to help with those. I do take a level maths but theres SO much material just on physicsandmathstutor for that theres no need to list any other sites
I think if you find questions relevant to what you have studied because the format won’t have changed too drastically, they’ve just taken some material out and added new material
The style of the questions asked doesnt change too much so the old papers are good enough. Plus you have no other choice.