AQA Physics ISA RefractionWatch
Anyway i've got an AQA Physics ISA on refraction tommorow, its the practical. The paper is next week some time as well. So far i've revised the basics like errors, uncertainty, percentage uncertainty and some basics on refraction itself.
If anyone can share any advice which will help me it would be appreciated. Thanks!
in chemistry they want +/- 0.5.
I done this isa today...say I get a part of a question wrong, and the next part of that questions asks you to use that answer to calculate something else...would i get the 2nd question all wrong aswell? or i will get full marks for using the formula and doing it right but used a wrong answer from the first part???