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For A-Level Physics are you given the formulas like you are in GCSE Physics? watch

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    are you given the formulas/equations or are you expected to learn them?
    for the test
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    They give you nearly all of them. There's like 2 you have to learn (you used to have to remember loads, it changed for January 2009)
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    Some formula are given to you, you will have to learn most, however most GCSE formula you should know anyway. better to learn all of them, there isn't many :p:.
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    (Original post by Nonbeatific)
    Some formula are given to you, you will have to learn most, however most GCSE formula you should know anyway. Most will learn all anyway.
    lol? you get a formula booklet with every equation except a few.
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    For OCR A most formulae are given in the formula booklet, I know that document is available online, but not sure about other exam boards...but there are a couple you need to learn :yes:
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    I'm doing AQA and they give you everything!!!!!!!
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    your given most of them, but it is good to try and learn as many of them as possible since then you can then use them quicker (rather them having to look all of them up)
 
 
 
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