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    (Original post by JazzyT17)
    What was it last year for an A*?
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    A better paper than last year by far. I think I've got upwards of 50, but I shouldn't count my chickens. I should have got a B at least which is all I need for my sixth form place.
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    (Original post by lyricalvibe)
    What did you get for the force?
    Can't remember exactly, I think it was something like 2.4 or so. Not sure, it was less than 5 atleast.
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    (Original post by akl141)
    Can't remember exactly, I think it was something like 2.4 or so. Not sure, it was less than 5 atleast.
    Yeah I got 2.4
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    (Original post by akl141)
    Can't remember exactly, I think it was something like 2.4 or so. Not sure, it was less than 5 atleast.
    Yeah, that's what I got
    How did you find the exam? You seem to have done well
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    (Original post by lyricalvibe)
    Yeah, that's what I got
    How did you find the exam? You seem to have done well
    Well I thought the exam overall was easy. Atleast, easier than what they could have asked. The six marks went fine, and the calculations weren't too complex either. Well thats just me because I revised.
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    (Original post by akl141)
    Well I thought the exam overall was easy. Atleast, easier than what they could have asked. The six marks went fine, and the calculations weren't too complex either. Well thats just me because I revised.
    Same here, I think it was a lot kinder than past papers and the stuff they could have asked in p5 :eek: I was quite shocked going through it :/ I hate physics calculations though -_- and they could have made the graph ones a lot harder as well and could have put in a lot more morphed data and how science works questions
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    (Original post by olmyster911)
    It was awful omfg


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    Bro...
    Still P7 to compensate
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    The wires contain charged electrons pressing the switch to complete the circuit. Which allows electrons move around the circuit in a continuos loop. The energy transformed to power supple electrons to the lamp. The electrons collide with ions in the lamp filament.the filament get it and the lamps become hot enough to emit light. The have used negative so that it's electrons have gone to the bulb so it hasn't got enought electrons to emit light. Is this good enough to get three marks.
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    Grade boundaries ?
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    I thought that the exam was alright but once again after comparing answers it could've gone better...

    For the graph I kept doing curved and then straight, and made it straight stupidly. I left s gap from the origin though and got current and power the right way, how many out of 3 do you think I'd get?

    for the Amir six marker I mentioned acceleration, not velocity - is this still right?
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    (Original post by Sulfur)
    I thought that the exam was alright but once again after comparing answers it could've gone better...

    For the graph I kept doing curved and then straight, and made it straight stupidly. I left s gap from the origin though and got current and power the right way, how many out of 3 do you think I'd get?

    for the Amir six marker I mentioned acceleration, not velocity - is this still right?
    It said not to plot the graph
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    (Original post by Sulfur)
    I thought that the exam was alright but once again after comparing answers it could've gone better...

    For the graph I kept doing curved and then straight, and made it straight stupidly. I left s gap from the origin though and got current and power the right way, how many out of 3 do you think I'd get?

    for the Amir six marker I mentioned acceleration, not velocity - is this still right?
    The graph was a steep curve depending on what your axis was. For the Amir six mark, acceleration was fine, but you must have mentioned increasing speed or velocity in order to gain extra marks otherwise the acceleration has no direct effect.
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    (Original post by akl141)
    The graph was a steep curve depending on what your axis was. For the Amir six mark, acceleration was fine, but you must have mentioned increasing speed or velocity in order to gain extra marks otherwise the acceleration has no direct effect.
    Yup - said acceleration and momentum built up as he began to run from stationary

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    It said not to plot the graph
    Not the actual results, you had to draw the pattern it'd produce though.
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    The wires contain charged electrons pressing the switch to complete the circuit. Which allows electrons move around the circuit in a continuos loop. The energy transformed to power supple electrons to the lamp. The electrons collide with ions in the lamp filament.the filament get it and the lamps become hot enough to emit light. The have used negative so that it's electrons have gone to the bulb so it hasn't got enought electrons to emit light. Howmany marks would I get
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    (Original post by lyricalvibe)
    Bro...
    Still P7 to compensate
    That's even worse!


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    Does anyone need the 7s papers from june 2013.
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    (Original post by Sulfur)
    for the Amir six marker I mentioned acceleration, not velocity - is this still right?
    I had no idea what to put for that one. Did you mention momentum, K.E, G.P.E & drag?


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    (Original post by olmyster911)
    I had no idea what to put for that one. Did you mention momentum, K.E, G.P.E & drag?


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    Momentum was relevant to mention as well as the fact that his driving forces was greater than the counter forces such as friction and drag. Kinetic energy would also be relevant, but GPE would only be relevant if you linked it to an increase in kinetic energy/speed. Also useful to mention that when Amir runs, he creates an interaction pair on the surface with a greater force that pushes him.
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    (Original post by g.l.a.4559)
    thanks so much for putting this up... just wonderin where did you get it? cos ive been looking for one for B7 but i can't find it anywhere://
    Here are is the B7 paper from 2013.
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