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Additional Maths (OCR) editable past papers?

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by tim hod, Nov 27, 2011.

  1. tim hod

    tim hod New commenter

    Hi All,
    Just in the process of setting a Mock exam for my Year 11s who are doing Additional Maths (OCR).
    The past papers are all in pdfs, but I wondered if anyone had them in a more uer friendly format
    eg Word
    Fingers crossed
  2. I just tried, and yes you can copy and paste from the pdf into a word doument.
    I'm not doing the whole lot though -> over to you.

  3. I thought that this was edible past papers for a second there.
    Sorry not to add anything sensible but it could be an intruiging idea[​IMG]
  4. tim hod

    tim hod New commenter

    Also could be the only way some of the candidates could pass them.......
  5. mmmmmmmmmmmmm past papers. yum
  6. DM

    DM New commenter

    Two days after you eat them they become passed papers.
  7. I'm glad I didn't have a mouthful of tea when I was reading that DM.
    It would probably make the work a lot more palatable and the kids would be able to digest the content much better.
  8. I have a past paper that I wrote in word for our additional mock (taken from past paper questions). You're free to use it if you want. Send me your email address if you're interested

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