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ANSWERS: OCR Physics B(Advancing Physics) G491~ 20th May 2014~ AS Physics Watch

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    I managed to finish all of the paper and check
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    That was the worst exam ever - so difficult


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    Feel like I failed that. Didn't answer like 30% of the paper
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    That was horrible. Looking at past papers, I've been thinking "this is like GCSE, this is alright". That exam wasn't. Hoping for low boundaries or an easy second paper


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    Ouch....
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    what did you guys get for the ostrich question? how much smaller was the mass?
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    Hardest g491 paper yet by far imo
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    I really hope the grade boundaries are low this year
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    (Original post by makil)
    what did you guys get for the ostrich question? how much smaller was the mass?
    What ostrich question? I hope I didn't miss a page or anything...

    On topic, that exam was difficult...
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    What did everyone get for the mass of a raindrop, it can't be 10^-3 surley
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    Well that was absolutely terrible
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    Everyone here hated that paper!


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    (Original post by Daniel Rundle)
    What did everyone get for the mass of a raindrop, it can't be 10^-3 surley
    Was that the ostrich question?
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    Spoken to about 15 people so far, only one could finish. Everyone saying it was horrible, hoping for low boundaries. Not looking promising at all. Someone didn't have time to even start section B


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    I put 10^-3 for the raindrop.

    Very hard paper, ran out of time and didn't answer the last 3 questions, although I doubt I'd have had the knowledge to answer them anyway... The rest was just about alright but still hard, low grade boundaries for sure.
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    Pardon?


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    (Original post by urz13)
    I put 10^-3 for the raindrop.

    Very hard paper, ran out of time and didn't answer the last 3 questions, although I doubt I'd have had the knowledge to answer them anyway... The rest was just about alright but still hard, low grade boundaries for sure.
    10-6
    It was in kg


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    (Original post by Daniel Rundle)
    What did everyone get for the mass of a raindrop, it can't be 10^-3 surley
    10 -6


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    (Original post by Mutleybm1996)
    10-6
    It was in kg


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    Exactly what i thought but infared is 700nm although it can range to 1mm i think so im confused
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    (Original post by Mutleybm1996)
    10-6
    It was in kg


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    Oops. There goes another mark
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    Did anyone else find all the Graphene questions really difficult?
 
 
 
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