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    Totally screwed for tomorrow's paper. Should I revise throughout the night?
    We're in the same boat.. Contemplating my options
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    (Original post by talk2lanky2000)
    We're in the same boat.. Contemplating my options
    Inbox me, I'm gonna revise throughout night and smash this exam. Nothing is impossible.
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    (Original post by Wizz1996)
    Totally screwed for tomorrow's paper. Should I revise throughout the night?
    Been there, done that, not the best idea, trust me :rolleyes: But it really does depend how well you cope with little sleep, if you've done it before and could make it through the next morning without feeling like you're going to faint every 5 minutes, then I say go for it.
    If not, then try and wake up earlier and read through your notes to get you into physics mode :cool:
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    (Original post by talk2lanky2000)
    We're in the same boat.. Contemplating my options
    Me too
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    any predictions on the 6 marker?
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    What do we need to know about car batteries as little 2 markers about them come up a bit like to do with internal resistance and power etc


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    Been there, done that, not the best idea, trust me :rolleyes: But it really does depend how well you cope with little sleep, if you've done it before and could make it through the next morning without feeling like you're going to faint every 5 minutes, then I say go for it.
    If not, then try and wake up earlier and read through your notes to get you into physics mode :cool:
    I'm gonna stay up. Man on a mission, my time to conquer! :P INSHALLAH I'll smash it
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    (Original post by imyimy)
    What do we need to know about car batteries as little 2 markers about them come up a bit like to do with internal resistance and power etc


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    Car batteries requires a high amount of power. Internal resistane lowers terminal pd due to lost volts so therefore limits current and voltage. Something like that
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    (Original post by Monkey246)
    How do you know which force an interaction involves; strong or weak???
    eg. from a past exam paper (june 13 unit1)
    X → π– + p you were meant to know that this was the weak interaction involved in this decay. How???
    You can say that the strangeness is not conserved.
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    do micrometer questions ever come up
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    :afraid::ashamed2::sad::cry2::cry2::cry::cry::cry::rip:
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    Anyone pulling an all nighter??
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    (Original post by lilminster)
    Anyone pulling an all nighter??
    (Original post by Wizz1996)
    I'm gonna stay up. Man on a mission, my time to conquer! :P INSHALLAH I'll smash it
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    Me too
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    We're in the same boat.. Contemplating my options
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    This first year of A Level has been an invaluable experience on the right way to revise, being an external candidate. Just a shame it came at a cost of £2320... if grades suck this year, I'll have to register somewhere cheaper next year.

    I understand everything. Remember it at a certain time early in the morning and getting the right combination of questions is another thing entirely.
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    hey guys can i get notes on unit 1 physics paper
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    guys plz. if u have notes on physics paper unit 1 plz. give me
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    I assume a lot of you physicians are doing maths too, if so you should have a graphical calculator, you do know you can make notes and save them on it?
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    no point in cheating is there? its a test on what youve learnt and understood
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    (Original post by Fifa97)
    Car batteries requires a high amount of power. Internal resistane lowers terminal pd due to lost volts so therefore limits current and voltage. Something like that
    Thanks


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    Attachment 286429

    If you extend the reverse bias, it eventually reaches a breakdown voltage where the diode's resistance suddenly drops, so a large current can flow
    Thanks, really wasn't aware of this, so glad I have discovered it is the case this morning...


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