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Edexcel Unit 4: Physics on the Move 6PH04 (11th June 2015) watch

  • View Poll Results: What do you think the grade boundary for an A will be?
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    (Original post by MangleKuo)
    If it's clockwise, it should be out of the page....

    Clockwise = force bend to right

    Middle finger point forward, thumb point right, direction of magnetic field line (index finger) point out of the page...
    sorry yes you are right my mistake...i drew the path clockwise and the magnetic field OUT of the page. will this get me 2/2 marks?
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    not sure the grade boundaries will be quite so high. Just remember 60 for an A would be the second highest boundary since Jan 2011.

    Do you think this was the second easiest paper since January 2011? I don't...
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    (Original post by gideon123)
    sorry yes you are right my mistake...i drew the path clockwise and the magnetic field OUT of the page. will this get me 2/2 marks?
    I'm not sure for some reason I remember the graph has given you hint on which way the proton should go..and most people agree it was anticlockwise , into the page...but they can be wrong

    If you've drew and written something else than what the hint want you to do, you probably won't get any mark cause that was two separate questions unless it's error carry forward.

    Otherwise you'll get 2/2 marks

    I personally might have drew clockwise and written out of the page, but I can't remember.
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    (Original post by jay_em)
    not sure the grade boundaries will be quite so high. Just remember 60 for an A would be the second highest boundary since Jan 2011.

    Do you think this was the second easiest paper since January 2011? I don't...
    I think it was harder then last years. Last year was 62/80 for A* so i think it will be 60 for A*.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I think it was harder then last years. Last year was 62/80 for A* so i think it will be 60 for A*.


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    (Original post by h.h.h.h.h)
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    Yes
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Yes
    Was it harder than jan 2013? I would say yes but...
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    What did you guys put for Question 14: the one about the space probe and conservation of momentum and energy ?
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    I hope so😂
    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I think it was harder then last years. Last year was 62/80 for A* so i think it will be 60 for A*.


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    i think we got different questions in bangladesh... is that even possible?
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    oooh... i gave IAL... anyone here who gave IAL aswell
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    (Original post by rabia reha)
    oooh... i gave IAL... anyone here who gave IAL aswell
    🙋


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    (Original post by rabia reha)
    i think we got different questions in bangladesh... is that even possible?
    haha... I know that feel! lol we're doing the IAL one mind discussing how you felt it?
 
 
 
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