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AQA Physics Spec B on the 22nd watch

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    (Original post by charikaar)
    Do you mean Physics 2004? if so its available on AQA website


    www.aqa.org.uk


    ohhh yeah there is momentum question on both 2003 and 2004 paper so worth revising in it.


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    There's a problem with my PC , ive gt the 2003 paper but it wont download 2004.
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    Contrary to popular belief and based on the physics (spec B) syllabus these are the additional topics:

    Control in Circuits
    Moments and C of M
    momentum
    circular motion
    optical devices
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    (Original post by Divine89)
    There's a problem with my PC , ive gt the 2003 paper but it wont download 2004.

    Try downloading new version of Adobe Reader.



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    btwww....how do u actually find a past paper on the AQA site. i cn't find any?! ne2 give me a link pls?
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    (Original post by thebadboy2k1)
    btwww....how do u actually find a past paper on the AQA site. i cn't find any?! ne2 give me a link pls?

    http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gcse/phys_assess.html


    thats all you need!


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    No luck on the adobe . Plz plz plz if some1 can send my the paper&mark scheme via e-mail plz plz plz pm me! Time is running out!
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    I think the best thing would be to revise directly from the specification and it should only take a few hours to read it through. The specification is everything you need to know written down in a really concise way. For my mock I just spent the day before reading it and managed to get an A*, however the formulas are definately the most important.
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    (Original post by Elissa)
    I think the best thing would be to revise directly from the specification and it should only take a few hours to read it through. The specification is everything you need to know written down in a really concise way. For my mock I just spent the day before reading it and managed to get an A*, however the formulas are definately the most important.

    Great piece of advice

    I've no problem with formulae! its the writing that scares me!


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    CGP Complete Revision is best for for separate science.
 
 
 
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