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    LOL I haven't even revised it, but then again I revised the night before for Chem and Bio...
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    (Original post by romansholiday)
    LOL I haven't even revised it, but then again I revised the night before for Chem and Bio...
    You can do it!
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    Wb the vacuum flask?

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    (Original post by Habina786xx)
    Wb the vacuum flask?

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    That's been a 6 marker in 2013 iirc.
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    I think cost effectiveness maybe
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    (Original post by romansholiday)
    LOL I haven't even revised it, but then again I revised the night before for Chem and Bio...
    same lmao I'm hoping P1 is wingable tbh because I have no time
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    Let's hope it's really hard so we get lower grade boundaries.
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    (Original post by _Xenon_)
    Let's hope it's really hard so we get lower grade boundaries.
    Physics does usually have very low grade boundaries compared to other subjects
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    (Original post by studentshavefun)
    Physics does usually have very low grade boundaries compared to other subjects
    Ah thats reassuring because i have done 0 revision!!!
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    Guys I have the answers to your questions. This teacher has predicted the 6 marker numerous times. Watch the video. Its very useful.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1dEkygywQE
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    (Original post by PCMasterRai)
    Guys I have the answers to your questions. This teacher has predicted the 6 marker numerous times. Watch the video. Its very useful.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1dEkygywQE
    Her predictions aren't always correct though
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    Well considering she's got most of them right- its an insight to what the text will be like
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    (Original post by studentshavefun)
    Physics does usually have very low grade boundaries compared to other subjects
    Yeah because people always find it most difficult and imo it is the easiest science, lol.
    Lower grade boundaries are always good for me.
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    I'm kinda scared bc I'm crap at physics and nothing is going in, I'm doing past papers and reading the book. Any advice?
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    (Original post by katodizzle)
    I'm kinda scared bc I'm crap at physics and nothing is going in, I'm doing past papers and reading the book. Any advice?
    Good enough I suppose. Also, read the examiners report after each exam series. They are really useful. All the best.

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    (Original post by monkeyboy18000)
    Good enough I suppose. Also, read the examiners report after each exam series. They are really useful. All the best.

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    Thanks
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    (Original post by katodizzle)
    Thanks
    Watch these!!!

    http://freesciencelessons.co.uk/aqa/...ids-and-gases/
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    Thanks so much, these are really useful
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    (Original post by katodizzle)
    Thanks so much, these are really useful
    No problem and good luck for tomorrow.
    I use those videos myself and they've heLped me loads.

    Best wishes.
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    OMG I'm terrified i feel like i have failed every exam so far,
    tomorrow is the physics p1 exam n i don't know how to remember and revise any of it someone help me
 
 
 
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