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So... for my mocks we got May 2011... However, this year our coordinator decided to choose what to give us for mocks instead of our History teacher (she just assumed it would be Nov 2011)... What our coordinator didn't know was that we had already practiced the May 2011 exam entirely! So, when we saw May 2011 on our mocks we thought "This is going to be great!" ... yeah, it wasn't... The May 2011 topics that the coordinator had printed off were different from the ones we were given? They were only slightly different, but enough to change the entire point of the questions (on Paper 2 there was one questions that was "Analyze why collective security failed during the interwar Period" while on the coordinator May 2011 exam it was "analyze why attempts at collective security failed since the Second World War") ... our History teacher was also very confused by it... anyone else have this problem?

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Possibly your coordinator gave you the May 2011 paper for a different time zone. You could check whether the papers have /TZ0, TZ1 or /TZ2 in the reference at the head of each page.

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Possibly your coordinator gave you the May 2011 paper for a different time zone. You could check whether the papers have /TZ0, TZ1 or /TZ2 in the reference at the head of each page.

Ah! That must be it... I didn't even think of the different time zones. XD Thanks. (:

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