June 2011 G485-Fields, Particles and Frontiers of Physics Watch

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(Original post by TobeTheHero)
Am I the only one doing all nighter!
That's ridiculous, how will you stay awake in the exam?

Unless you're so good you can literally 'do it in your sleep'.
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When they ask us to define the Farad or Weber, can you just quote the equation with units? Or do you actually have to learn the definition?
You have to use the equation but replace the quantity with the unit. For example if they wanted Farad you would say coulomb per volt.
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That's ridiculous, how will you stay awake in the exam?

Unless you're so good you can literally 'do it in your sleep'.
I'm taking power nap every three hour I already had 4 hours sleep and just woke up now
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(Original post by TobeTheHero)
Am I the only one doing all nighter!
I would contemplate it for any other exam BUT physics.

Physics requires you to be on your game especially with OCR's new tactics.

The stuff you'll learn by not sleeping will be canceled out by your lack of sleep.
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(Original post by CoffeeStinks)
I would contemplate it for any other exam BUT physics.

Physics requires you to be on your game especially with OCR's new tactics.

The stuff you'll learn by not sleeping will be canceled out by your lack of sleep.
I went to bed at 5pm today and just woke up
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(Original post by TobeTheHero)
Am I the only one doing all nighter!
I'm actually bricking it already, don't think I could sleep if I wanted to
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I wouldn't recommend all-nighter....
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"All 4 forces were unified"

What does that mean?
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"All 4 forces were unified"

What does that mean?
all the forces were unified into one single force
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sleep! cram! sleep! cram! the eternal dilemma?
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Do you think that they might put in circular motion as a synoptic element since we're doing cosmology?
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(Original post by muffingg)
"All 4 forces were unified"

What does that mean?
All the forces unified into one theory?
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Do we need to learn every stage of the evolution of the universe from the big bang?
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I'm absolutely bricking it! Do you guys reckon the grade boundaries would be similar to the previous two? I thought feb 2011 was a lot harder than june 2010 but grade boundaries only went down by one mark!
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(Original post by muffingg)
"All 4 forces were unified"

What does that mean?
Is this for the birth of the universe?

Might mean that the 4 main forces were one indistinguishable force. They hadn't been separated into the for forces yet.
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Do we need to learn every stage of the evolution of the universe from the big bang?
Yup and the temp and time. :mad:
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On the specimen paper for qu 1bii to work out the magnitude of the field strength why do you use the full length instead of half ?:confused:
I believe that that is wrong.

Does that sentence make sense? lol
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There isn't really much difference between an open and flat universe is there? The (size-time) graph for the open universe also starts with a high gradient and the gradient tends to 0. Same with flat.

So is there really much difference in them?

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There isn't really much difference between an open and flat universe is there? The (size-time) graph for the open universe also starts with a high gradient and the gradient tends to 0. Same with flat.

So is there really much difference in them?

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i don't think an open universe tends to zero, if it did, it would it's flat. An open universe will constantly keep on expanding
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Yup and the temp and time. :mad:
We were told just to remember to temp and events and order, non of the exact timings.
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