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AQA Physics AS exam 24th MAY and 9th JUNE 2016 (Thread) watch

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    (Original post by Jakewww)
    I had to guess a couple earlier on but overall was pretty rushed throughout
    IKR!! hopefully grade boundaries would be low
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    Ran out of time...
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    I didn't realize there are 8 questions until the last 3 minutes,couldn't finish it obviously.
    Good job AQA,you trolled me.
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    What was that paper...
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    (Original post by Logic4Life)
    What was that paper...
    Disappointment
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    Did the question say "what would have happened to the percentage uncertainty if the diameter of the wire INCREASED and the length stayed the same". Some people says it decreased. Did I read it wrong?
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    (Original post by NYB)
    Did the question say "what would have happened to the percentage uncertainty if the diameter of the wire INCREASED and the length stayed the same". Some people says it decreased. Did I read it wrong?
    i thought it was decreased
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    what have the grade boundaries been like in recent years for aqa physics?
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    (Original post by ben_urwinator)
    i thought it was decreased
    Damit...
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    (Original post by TheChosenOne1)
    what have the grade boundaries been like in recent years for aqa physics?
    around 70-80 % i think but its a new spec so should be a bit lower than normal
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    (Original post by Dowel)
    around 70-80 % i think but its a new spec so should be a bit lower than normal
    This better b 1/70 for an A cause I've got nothing higher
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    Model answers:

    Vernier measurement: 6.9 mm (100% this)

    What's area needed on Mars for power: Mars doesn't have sun. So answer was snickers (trick question I know)

    Question 9 page 18: this was just ridiculously easy, you crossed the question out.

    How many components can you add? 69

    Kaon doesn't have quarks, clearly.

    Moments: again very nice question: ans was sq of 4761

    For what shows being annihalited you had to tick yourself (again a very nice question)

    What happens Uncertainty in young modulus:

    Well cause this was 4 marks you had to be very precise:- so the answer was, nothing. You had to leave it blank ( trick question again, if you write any answer uncertainty increase)

    This paper was overall very easy and I think for an A it will be 69. Gg
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    Actually its muon that is not made up of quarks....
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    (Original post by thao.lephuong)
    Actually its muon that is not made up of quarks....
    I think he is joking!
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    Hitler reacts to paper 2:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztc43dC0320
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    (Original post by GarlicBread01)
    Hitler reacts to paper 2:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztc43dC0320
    Always love these
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    (Original post by ChilliLemon)
    I think he is joking!
    Ahh okayyy I misunderstood 😅😉
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    who knows where to find an unofficial mark scheme
 
 
 
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