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    I am speaking as a student who took this exam this afternoon.

    This afternoon's exams were the most stressful out of all the GCSE exams I have taken so far. I am recently having problems (presumably linked with my bad posture) meaning that the muscles in my shoulder and upper back tense and hurt a lot if I lean forward for two hours. On top of that, I got a headache from concentrating on revision for an exam I had this morning and for the Physics exam (so by the time I actually sat the exam, my concentration wasn't as good as it could have been) and my eyes became worn out. Therefore, I may have not read some graphs properly or left a digit out etc.

    So please understand that people may make mistakes, even in questions that only require a simple calculation, and let's not tease each other for it.
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    (Original post by Matt1278)
    " charge is measured in ohms" hahaha no wayy
    Omggggggg stop it, you're making me die right here!
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    actually you might not have. I think there were 2 slightly different p3 papers - one for the people who did core science this year and one for the people who did it last year. I think they were pretty much the same, but if you did core last year the paper didn't have any labelling - it was labelled for you
    (Original post by MrTechGamer)
    Crap I knew everything for p3 and I miss it , I might need to take a flipping eye test. , I am fuming .I will kidnap the AQA head chief and force him to put my case under special consideration.This pathetic , why oh why , piece of poos.
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    i found this funnier than i should have tbh
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    I thought P2 was pretty hard and I was struggling with time. It seems to have several more pages than the previous papers I had done.
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    (Original post by Saffiee)
    How did u get the energy transferred as 612J
    "for the resistor with the greatest resistance I put C because it had the least steep gradient so it allowed the least current to flow through "
    Pretty sure that the steeper the gradient the higher the resistance because V=IxR can be rearranged to R = V ÷ I and v/i is the gradient (v=yaxis, i = xaxis)
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    (Original post by srw98)
    actually you might not have. I think there were 2 slightly different p3 papers - one for the people who did core science this year and one for the people who did it last year. I think they were pretty much the same, but if you did core last year the paper didn't have any labelling - it was labelled for you
    I will kiss you, are you actually right . P.s I'm not a paedo but I will give you rep and badges if you confirm this.
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    (Original post by Amy Hickman)
    well keep dreaming <3
    What has this thread become?!
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    What did people get for the half life question?


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    (Original post by MrTechGamer)
    I will kiss you, are you actually right . P.s I'm not a paedo but I will give you rep and badges if you confirm this.
    Confirmed. Just spoke to my teacher.
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    What did people get for the half life question?


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    (Original post by SamWood1)
    What did people get for the half life question?


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    I got 12
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    I quite admire how that gap cuts through quite evenly in that block of text!
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    (Original post by joyalrj22)
    "for the resistor with the greatest resistance I put C because it had the least steep gradient so it allowed the least current to flow through "
    Pretty sure that the steeper the gradient the higher the resistance because V=IxR can be rearranged to R = V ÷ I and v/i is the gradient (v=yaxis, i = xaxis)
    I (current) was on the y-axis not the x-axis and V (pd) was on the x-axis
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    (Original post by Palette)
    I am speaking as a student who took this exam this afternoon.

    This afternoon's exams were the most stressful out of all the GCSE exams I have taken so far. I am recently having problems (presumably linked with my bad posture) meaning that the muscles in my shoulder and upper back tense and hurt a lot if I lean forward for two hours. On top of that, I got a headache from concentrating on revision for an exam I had this morning and for the Physics exam (so by the time I actually sat the exam, my concentration wasn't as good as it could have been) and my eyes became worn out. Therefore, I may have not read some graphs properly or left a digit out etc.

    So please understand that people may make mistakes, even in questions that only require a simple calculation, and let's not tease each other for it.
    I can relate to this. I completely lost focus an hour before the exam because I had 3 exams today and I have made so many mistakes in the exam.
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    (Original post by turquoisecat)
    Yes for c2 and c3 if you can please


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    sorry i havnt been able to do one for P2 tonight but i have already made one for C2 if youd like that..?? if i get time on friday if someone hasnt already made one ill put a P2 mark scheme together! reply if you want the C2 one though!

    [btw i dont do triple so im unable to help you with that]
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    What did you put for the metal question were it was like why is it not valid for ALL metals or something.
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    (Original post by Burning)
    Chill dude, you're wrong it's Coulomb get over it that's the mark gone, you can't do anything ^_^
    I said the unit of charge is coulomb in the exam so no marks lost there ahha
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    p2 i finished 15 mins early, p3 i finished 20 mins early wtf?
    bio and chem i almost took up all the time lmao...
 
 
 

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