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OCR Physics A - Fields, Particles and Frontiers of Physics Definitions

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    Hello,
    The OCR Physics A course seems to do this rather annoying peculiar thing in which they ask you to state/define a few things through out the exams.

    I was wondering if anyone knows what range of terms/units/laws we need to be able to define/state for the terminal exam in June.

    I looked through the specification but they usually ask a few definitions that they don't explicitly list in the student's specification. So yeah if anyone could at all that would be pretty awesome.
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    Is there anyone else doing this exam that could possible share there thoughts? Cheers
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    (Original post by Mathlete 4 the win)
    Hello,
    The OCR Physics A course seems to do this rather annoying peculiar thing in which they ask you to state/define a few things through out the exams.

    I was wondering if anyone knows what range of terms/units/laws we need to be able to define/state for the terminal exam in June.

    I looked through the specification but they usually ask a few definitions that they don't explicitly list in the student's specification. So yeah if anyone could at all that would be pretty awesome.
    Hey
    I created a thread for the G485 Fields, Particles & Frontiers of Physics exam.
    Someone else also asked about the definitions, so I uploaded a pdf of all the definitions we had to know. (They're in the attachment.)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1949108
    Good luck with the exam
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    (Original post by magdaplaysbass)
    Hey
    I created a thread for the G485 Fields, Particles & Frontiers of Physics exam.
    Someone else also asked about the definitions, so I uploaded a pdf of all the definitions we had to know. (They're in the attachment.)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1949108
    Good luck with the exam
    Perfect! Thanks

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