Ocr gcse latin 2020 past papers

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Hello everyone, i have searched the internet far and wide, but I can't seem to find any past papers for the Ocr Latin GCSE 2020 exams. even on the exam board website. If anyone knows where I can access them =, it would be a tremendous help. BTW, I am a homeschooled Student so asking my teachers is not an option.
many thanks in advance
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Hello everyone, i have searched the internet far and wide, but I can't seem to find any past papers for the Ocr Latin GCSE 2020 exams. even on the exam board website. If anyone knows where I can access them =, it would be a tremendous help. BTW, I am a homeschooled Student so asking my teachers is not an option.
many thanks in advance
You want this summer's paper?
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You want this summer's paper?
I would like papers specific to my set texts: Germanicus et Piso , Regulus personae non-gratae, lines 1–19 and Virgil, Aeneid, 2.506–558 ,705–740, 768–794. Basically Verse B and Prose B. Sorry for not clarifying.
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I would like papers specific to my set texts: Germanicus et Piso , Regulus personae non-gratae, lines 1–19 and Virgil, Aeneid, 2.506–558 ,705–740, 768–794. Basically Verse B and Prose B. Sorry for not clarifying.
On the OCR web there are these: https://www.ocr.org.uk/qualification...16/assessment/

Older papers from the previous spec here: https://www.ocr.org.uk/qualification...081-from-2012/
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On the OCR web there are these: https://www.ocr.org.uk/qualification...16/assessment/

Older papers from the previous spec here: https://www.ocr.org.uk/qualification...081-from-2012/
Thank You, but these papers are for different set texts. I can't use them for my exams as the texts change every two years. but your effort is much appreciated.
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Thank You, but these papers are for different set texts. I can't use them for my exams as the texts change every two years. but your effort is much appreciated.
So you will be unlikely to find examples - ask your teacher as they probably have older ones. I

Have you checked the sample materials as well?
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It's kept under wraps and only teachers registered with the site through their exam centre will have access to it. The reason is that nearly all teachers will use it as their mock, and it would be totally unfair if some people had managed to get hold of it beforehand. There's plenty of stuff around. OCR for example have past papers on the old syllabus available under 'Withdrawn...'. GCSE Latin doesn't change much. There are minor variations in the prescribed vocab list each time a syllabus changes, and one or two syntactical forms are added or no longer required. Just check the accidence/syntax pages of the current spec. This means, of course, that you may come across something in an old paper which you have not met... guess, and move on, for 95% of the paper will be manna from heaven.
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