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# IAL Mechanics 1 20January exam! watch

1. (Original post by Faisal1997)
does anyone have the mechanics 1 paper? the unofficial mark scheme for c12 came out.
I think it will be in a week. There are model answers for s1 already, which was on the 15th of January. So it will take a week. Wait for 27th

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2. Hi. Also looking or the M1 IAL markscheme. Any idea where i could find it?? Thanks
3. (Original post by guitarguy)
Hi. Also looking or the M1 IAL markscheme. Any idea where i could find it?? Thanks
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4. (Original post by J2JW)
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Hi. I see the C12 and S1 but cant find te M1
5. (Original post by guitarguy)
Hi. I see the C12 and S1 but cant find te M1
Man, it's too early, wait a bit. The mark scheme is supposed to be soon (27th maybe). Follow his Twitter
6. (Original post by J2JW)
Man, it's too early, wait a bit. The mark scheme is supposed to be soon (27th maybe). Follow his Twitter
Will do. Thanks
8. (Original post by PhysicsMathsTut)
Thank you!
9. (Original post by PhysicsMathsTut)
Could you tell me please : if in the question with the moments I got the same answer, but wrote the formula for x first and only then I said that one of the forces equals zero, so i got x - will I still gain marks? Will the examiner see that I do understand the concept?

And one more - if I lose 5 marks, will it be at least 91%? Cause I badly need 91%>

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10. (Original post by J2JW)
Could you tell me please : if in the question with the moments I got the same answer, but wrote the formula for x first and only then I said that one of the forces equals zero, so i got x - will I still gain marks? Will the examiner see that I do understand the concept?

And one more - if I lose 5 marks, will it be at least 91%? Cause I badly need 91%>

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It doesn't matter when you set one of the forces equal to zero, as long as you get the same result.
I can't tell much about the UMS conversion

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