Can I do the same Higher Physics assignment I did last year, this year? Watch

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I only lost two marks last year for my Higher Physics last year but I'm resitting to try and get an A. Am I allowed to do the exact same experiment and even just write the exact same things as last year? Just asking, in case this would be technically like plagiarizing myself. I've been told by a teacher that the SQA doesn't keep hold of old assignments so I should be fine, just want to double check.
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I only lost two marks last year for my Higher Physics last year but I'm resitting to try and get an A. Am I allowed to do the exact same experiment and even just write the exact same things as last year? Just asking, in case this would be technically like plagiarizing myself. I've been told by a teacher that the SQA doesn't keep hold of old assignments so I should be fine, just want to double check.
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