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    I think I got 34

    So gutted man
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    I think I may have got between 42 and 47. Which I'm pretty happy about. Now we just need a good G482 paper


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    (Original post by madrevision)
    go home, you're drunk lol
    Ahhahaha, agreed
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    think i dropped 6 marks. messed up the moments question and deriving 1/2mv^2. why is everyone complaining, everything they asked was in the ocr text book, people should of just revised more thoroughly
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    What do you think the grade boundaries will be like?
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    (Original post by CompSci1)
    What do you think the grade boundaries will be like?
    Maybe 43-45 for a low A. With most people finding it difficult it could be even lower.


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    (Original post by 9876543211)
    think i dropped 6 marks. messed up the moments question and deriving 1/2mv^2. why is everyone complaining, everything they asked was in the ocr text book, people should of just revised more thoroughly
    KE derivation was not asked in the OCR textbook?
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    boom shakalaka
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    I know i lost a 1-3 marks on the YM question as i saw

    GPa but for some reason i decided to put 1.875x10^6 rather than x10^9
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    (Original post by JackLambourne)
    Maybe 43-45 for a low A. With most people finding it difficult it could be even lower.


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    It was 41 in Jan and that was easier.
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    (Original post by Jordn)
    I know i lost a 1-3 marks on the YM question as i saw

    GPa but for some reason i decided to put 1.875x10^6 rather than x10^9
    i did all the working out right on the ym question but i forgot to divide the % by 100 so how many marks would I lose?
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    (Original post by ss2012)
    i did all the working out right on the ym question but i forgot to divide the % by 100 so how many marks would I lose?

    It depends on the mark scheme, they'd probably have

    'Allow answers of x maximum of 2 marks or something going by all other mark schemes
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    (Original post by Melli_)
    what i used was s=u+at^2
    u= 0
    a= what we are looking for
    s= given
    the solve for t. I think that's what i did. I'm not sure if that right. I got a U last time. I only did like a quarter of the paper >< Good luck with youre results! dw you'll do well. you have the other paper that's worth 150!!

    Thank you I keep getting Ds


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    one thing schools need to realise and really emphasise is how ****ing **** the textbook for OCR AS physics is. The section on reflection doesn't even really tell you what it is! CGP or whatever its called revision guides are pretty good and the internet will have loads of stuff! i can imagine some schools dont emphasise the crapness of the textbook as much as ours do
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    Anyways good luck to everyone who's still got to do G482. My AS Physics is finished :hat2:
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    I really hope I do better on the second unit otherwise I'm dropping physics for A2

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    I'm in confusion, I thought if a force is exerted on an object that is on a flat plane, as that force is perpendicular to the weight it doesn't affect it at all, only the friction does (from the reaction), which I assume was negligible?
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    (Original post by cameron1993)
    I'm in confusion, I thought if a force is exerted on an object that is on a flat plane, as that force is perpendicular to the weight it doesn't affect it at all, only the friction does (from the reaction), which I assume was negligible?
    if we are on about the same question, that's what I thought until I heard everyone talking about the force F being the same as something because the raindrop was in equilibrium- seriously fml i'm so sc****d, I just put it's 0 because cos90=0
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    (Original post by laurence231)
    one thing schools need to realise and really emphasise is how ****ing **** the textbook for OCR AS physics is. The section on reflection doesn't even really tell you what it is! CGP or whatever its called revision guides are pretty good and the internet will have loads of stuff! i can imagine some schools dont emphasise the crapness of the textbook as much as ours do
    SO TRUE! ugh I hate them, if I was my school I would not trust an exam board that approved the waste of paper they call a textbook. Luckily my school barely ever uses them but they still manage to get on my nerves


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    (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
    Anyways good luck to everyone who's still got to do G482. My AS Physics is finished :hat2:
    are you taking A2 ?
 
 
 
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