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2. How are we all preparing for this?
3. idk if it's just me but i'm finding it super hard trying to actually be focussed and motivated with everyone else having finished their exams?! any motivation tips?
idk if it's just me but i'm finding it super hard trying to actually be focussed and motivated with everyone else having finished their exams?! any motivation tips?
I posted some science related music videos back here which might help for motivation -http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...8#post42729268

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5. (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
I posted some science related music videos back here which might help for motivation -http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...8#post42729268

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Neil deGrasse Tyson Funks the Universe - Music Video

6. Was wondering if anyone had any predictions on the 6 mark questions?
7. I need some real motivation...havent really gone through anything yet...grrr

Ryan
8. uh can anyone explain this? Don't really fully understand it.
Explain pressure in terms of
The change of momentum of the particles striking the walls creating a force
The frequency of collisions
9. (Original post by ryanb97)
I need some real motivation...havent really gone through anything yet...grrr

Ryan
What more motivation can you need other than after this you have 2 and a half months to relax... now is not the time to chill!
10. Why does CGP say we have to learn the equations for motion when they're given in the exam
Why does CGP say we have to learn the equations for motion when they're given in the exam
ikr
12. (Original post by BrokenS0ulz)
uh can anyone explain this? Don't really fully understand it.
Explain pressure in terms of
The change of momentum of the particles striking the walls creating a force
The frequency of collisions
The greater the change in momentum of the particles striking the walls, the greater the pressure.

The greater the frequency of collisions, the greater the pressure.
The greater the change in momentum of the particles striking the walls, the greater the pressure.

The greater the frequency of collisions, the greater the pressure.
oh ._. so simple!
14. I haven't even started revising. nearly everyone i know has finished their exams, i need motivation reaaaaaaaaaaaaallly quick
15. Almost finished p6 after 3 days of trying to learn it.
16. (Original post by AcuraIntergurl)
I haven't even started revising. nearly everyone i know has finished their exams, i need motivation reaaaaaaaaaaaaallly quick
Okay I managed to get some work done yesterday and what really helped was basically just not going on twitter and facebook cause they're all dumb and have completed their exams already, itll make you feel really sh*tty reading about their fun day of doing nothing, and standing your revision guide on your laptop so you can't access the internet or anything xD idk how but doing this made me feel a whole lot more in the revision frame of mind oh and think about opening your results slip and seeing all As except for physics in which you got a D in cause you got distracted, js
Okay I managed to get some work done yesterday and what really helped was basically just not going on twitter and facebook cause they're all dumb and have completed their exams already, itll make you feel really sh*tty reading about their fun day of doing nothing, and standing your revision guide on your laptop so you can't access the internet or anything xD idk how but doing this made me feel a whole lot more in the revision frame of mind oh and think about opening your results slip and seeing all As except for physics in which you got a D in cause you got distracted, js
thank you, twitter is definitely the root of all evil in terms of procrastination!
Neil deGrasse Tyson Funks the Universe - Music Video

Great song!

Love Neil deGrass Tyson- brilliant scientific communicator
19. (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
Great song!

Love Neil deGrass Tyson- brilliant scientific communicator
I agree, Carl Sagan, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye and Brian Cox are/were brilliant at that
20. (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
I posted some science related music videos back here which might help for motivation -http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...8#post42729268

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i think they just hypnotised me to focus now wow

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