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    Wow!!!, May i ask you can you upload any notes you made :P
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    (Original post by king101)
    any revision notes that you made would be of great help.

    @Miss me neither havent made any lol
    ahh i made notes on hand but if i suggest what to do:
    depending on how much time you have

    read the CGP book and make notes (highlighted words)
    answer questions/ make notes of things you unsure of in your school text book
    http://gcserevision101.wordpress.com/physics-p3/ <- use this website, downlaod each b2 c2 p2 guides, then either print of and make notes, or read it.

    with a about two weeks left do papers straight with tiny revsion in between.

    (btw i started about month before the exam and left two weeks for the papers, i only did the CGP guide, if your stuck on anything pm me )
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    thx alot
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    (Original post by sendi_12)
    100 in all three modules
    UMS100? or raw marks 45/45?
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    (Original post by sendi_12)
    ahh i made notes on hand but if i suggest what to do:
    depending on how much time you have

    read the CGP book and make notes (highlighted words)
    answer questions/ make notes of things you unsure of in your school text book
    http://gcserevision101.wordpress.com/physics-p3/ &lt;- use this website, downlaod each b2 c2 p2 guides, then either print of and make notes, or read it.

    with a about two weeks left do papers straight with tiny revsion in between.

    (btw i started about month before the exam and left two weeks for the papers, i only did the CGP guide, if your stuck on anything pm me )
    nice website thanks
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    UMS 100 - AQA lot vary every year. They might give 40/45 100UMS etc
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    (Original post by TheFootyKing19)
    UMS 100 - AQA lot vary every year. They might give 40/45 100UMS etc
    yh I see
    it would be cool to get 45/45 raw marks :p:



    (Original post by king101)
    Wow!!!, May i ask you can you upload any notes you made :P
    I found C2 P2 B2 pdf revision notes on GetRevising website if you need more
    I can upload them if you want
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    (Original post by Miss Anonymous)
    UMS100? or raw marks 45/45?
    UMS we dont know the raw mark. i dont thnk i got full marks in chem and phy.
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    i think meisos will come up. kning 101- are u memorising the sciences or just understanding them?
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    (Original post by Miss Anonymous)
    I like circuits bit, but I don't quite like nuclear fission/fusion topic
    I don't like nuclear fission/fusion either. Tbf I just don't like physics
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    I ABSOLUTELY HATE PHYSICS!!! SO GONNA DO RUBBISH IN THAT!
    (hopefully nuclear fusion/fission don't come up)

    The other two, I am quitely confident about. I currently have A* in both, and I get most of the topics within them.

    Still gonna revise though

    P.S. Can anyone tell me what HSW stands for and what percentage would roughly be an A* in all three exams

    Thanks
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    (Original post by HowToSaveALife)
    I don't like nuclear fission/fusion either. Tbf I just don't like physics
    LOL

    (Original post by puddinboy)
    I ABSOLUTELY HATE PHYSICS!!! SO GONNA DO RUBBISH IN THAT!
    (hopefully nuclear fusion/fission don't come up)

    The other two, I am quitely confident about. I currently have A* in both, and I get most of the topics within them.

    Still gonna revise though

    P.S. Can anyone tell me what HSW stands for and what percentage would roughly be an A* in all three exams

    Thanks
    For Physics, its usually 29-33 out of 45 for an A*
    not sure about others but they tend to be higher (someone correct me if I'm wrong). Probably 31-35 for an A*. 30 at the lowest probably

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    dammit :/. Anyone finding the soluable and insoluable, acids and that chapter hard in chemistry?
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    (Original post by puddinboy)
    P.S. Can anyone tell me what HSW stands for and what percentage would roughly be an A* in all three exams

    Thanks
    hsw?
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    (Original post by king101)
    dammit :/. Anyone finding the soluable and insoluable, acids and that chapter hard in chemistry?
    yh... I find that hard too!
    Because I need to memorise stuff like "Acid + Alkali -> .........." and also what chemicals (can't remember!) are used for what.... etc
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    its stuiped :P. Really wish all that sorta stuff wont come up on the paper.
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    (Original post by king101)
    its stuiped :P. Really wish all that sorta stuff wont come up on the paper.
    Yhhhhhh!
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    (Original post by Miss Anonymous)
    Yhhhhhh!
    Do you know if we have to actualy learn about what sorta compunds are soluable or insoluable. I just cant get my head around that sorta stuff
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    (Original post by king101)
    Do you know if we have to actualy learn about what sorta compunds are soluable or insoluable. I just cant get my head around that sorta stuff
    no i dont think so coz they are given in the question??
    Not sure though! Hope not :'(
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    I NEED HELP WITH CHEMISTRY!!! Anyone willing to help me?

    Na [2,8] +

    Cl [2,8,8]-

    These two bond to make NaCl... so Cl(-) gains an electron because it has 7 electrons in its outer shell right?
    and Na(+) loses one because it has 1 electron in its outer shell

    What confuses me is, electrolysis.
    e.g. Pb(2+) + 2e(-) -> Pb
    At the cathode, apparently Pb(2+) gains two electrons.

    Why is this? Does Pb(2+) here mean something else and not 'has 2 electrons in the outer shell' - in which case it has to lose, not gain?

    I don't get it :'(

    Someone please help!

    thanks
 
 
 
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