I doubt you'll get in trouble as it's not your fault if you had easy access to material. But this happened to me as well. My Spanish teacher gave us a list of about 40 questions of what was going to be asked in the speaking a good couple months before the exam. They were split into the 3 themes and she told us she was going to ask us a couple from each theme. So she told us to memorise as many questions as we could. Plus during the speaking she had the exact same sheet of paper with the questions on in front of her, and I was looking straight at the questions during the exam as it was literally right in front of me. No one from AQA has gotten I'm contact with me or the teacher about this. This happened to the whole class aswell. I'm not complaining that I knew the questions tho.