OCR Twenty First Century Science Physics P1-7 *Official Thread 2016*

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    (Original post by Ben.M)
    Will do, I think I have them for all sciences, 1-7 if I remember correctly
    Could I have the 7s please?
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    Sorry, but I can't find the 7's. My room is just full of piles of booklets and papers, and I can't find them. But here are P4, P5 and P6

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    (Original post by Ben.M)
    Sorry, but I can't find the 7's. My room is just full of piles of booklets and papers, and I can't find them. But here are P4, P5 and P6

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    Ok no worries but when you find them could you post them onto the thread below please. Thanks

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4115407
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    Thanks for the resources

    Does anyone have any youtube links for p4,5&6
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    (Original post by emmald583)
    If anyone needs help with any of the topics, feel free to ask me
    When two insulators rub together and electrons are transferred, how do you know which item is going to lose electrons and become positively charged? Do you need to know?
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    I know P6 for anyone who needs help, but don't bother asking me for P4 or P5 I'm useless at them
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    (Original post by Char4ncubex)
    Thanks for the resources

    Does anyone have any youtube links for p4,5&6
    I found some incredibly useful YouTube videos for P5 a while ago, I'll try and find them again
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    (Original post by Char4ncubex)
    Thanks for the resources

    Does anyone have any youtube links for p4,5&6
    Found them

    https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=...RfQELxcXWzJTvH
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    (Original post by Ben.M)
    Sorry, but I can't find the 7's. My room is just full of piles of booklets and papers, and I can't find them. But here are P4, P5 and P6

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    Hi have you found the 7's yet? I need them asap. Thanks
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    (Original post by Speedbird129)
    Hi have you found the 7's yet? I need them asap. Thanks
    No I'm afraid not, I was sure I had 7's but I'm doubting myself now, because I can't find them
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    (Original post by Ben.M)
    No I'm afraid not, I was sure I had 7's but I'm doubting myself now, because I can't find them
    SO you can't remember if you made them or not?
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    Yeah they are useful I used them earlier this week. I just need some more good p6 and p4 material
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    Who's ready for physics additional !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🎉 core was okay let's just hope this goes ok aswell


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    Anyone have any predictions for 6 mark questions? A part of me hopes it wont be too hard as p123 was horrible, but then i remember my teacher dubs p4 the hardest science unit, and i had an awful teacher to teach me it....
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    ++Does anyone have the 2015 paper?
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    Does anyone know whether we have to know that weight = mass x 9.81 for P4 ? Or do we just assume mass = weight?

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    Does anyone have predictions?
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    (Original post by pinksplodge)
    When two insulators rub together and electrons are transferred, how do you know which item is going to lose electrons and become positively charged? Do you need to know?
    I've never been taught a way to tell, I assume we don't need to know?
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    (Original post by Ananya._c)
    Does anyone know whether we have to know that weight = mass x 9.81 for P4 ? Or do we just assume mass = weight?

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    You use weight = mass x 10 for GCSE level, it's not until A Level that they want 9.81
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    If anyone has the 2015 paper and mark scheme that would be reeeeally helpful!!
 
 
 
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