I heard in a video that AQA dont really change there questions a lot in the exams. Is this true? Also where can i get past papers pre 2018. AQA dont have them or I cant find them
AQA can change whatever the f*ck they want, in any way they f*cking want, whenever they f*cking want to, so long as it's in the specification. Almost all the questions in the six main natural science GCSE papers that will be sat next summer will have questions that differ vastly from the previous examination series -- you might encounter one or two that are similar, but with just a slight change of wording and figures (maybe even three if you're lucky). Just revise effectively and adequately so you're prepared for anything they will try to throw at you.
You won't be able to access the papers from the 2018 examination series until sometime around May or June 2019 on AQA's website. They're barred from the public eye as many schools use them as mock exams for students. If you want to practice with anything accurate to the reformed GCSE experience, I suggest that you use the specimen papers.
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