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# The Physics PHYA2 thread! 5th June 2013 watch

• View Poll Results: What mark do you think you got out of 70?
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1. (Original post by Qari)
Drawing was 1 mark
Yep.

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2. (Original post by Qari)
Worried I need over 90 UMS in it
whats the max ums mark for it?
3. (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
Yeah I was rushed for time too :/
Some people in my class were sat there with their arms folded with 20 minutes to go. Which worries me slightly

Haha, he has :L No reason to thank me, they asked for 2 requirements, I'm sure he would have put two and two together

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you never know and it doesn't really matter what time others finished as long as you finished it yourself
4. (Original post by Jones96)
whats the max ums mark for it?
100, in maths UMS is split evenly
5. (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
Yep.

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so angle didn't matter
6. (Original post by StalkeR47)
No not at all. If you showed the angle, it does not matter. But it is a bit scary to show a wrong angle to the examiner for TIR . But, I think you should be penalised for this.
I know the whole thing should've been 90, might have made errors with the adding though ha :L
Anyway what's done is done xD
Finished all my exams!

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7. (Original post by Jack93o)
its a lot less accurate though compare to the easier method of finding area of the large tringle up to the limit of proportionality + other regular shaped areas underneath the line

so I think I almost certainly got the answer wrong (outside the range of accepted values)

but maybe I get 1-2 method marks?
No seriously it's how you're meant to do it, check the past papers
8. (Original post by Qari)
so angle didn't matter
Yeah. But the wrong angle is scary though. Wrong angle could mean refraction but not reflection. Scary.
9. (Original post by Jones96)
whats the max ums mark for it?
120
10. (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
I know the whole thing should've been 90, might have made errors with the adding though ha :L
Anyway what's done is done xD
Finished all my exams!

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(Original post by StalkeR47)
No not at all. If you showed the angle, it does not matter. But it is a bit scary to show a wrong angle to the examiner for TIR . But, I think you should be penalised for this.
you think we will talk again?
11. (Original post by Qari)
100, in maths UMS is split evenly
damm... 90% will be tough. im hoping for 75-85 in M1 and 70-80 in M2
12. (Original post by Qari)
you think we will talk again?
Talk again...?

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13. (Original post by Jones96)
damm... 90% will be tough. im hoping for 75-85 in M1 and 70-80 in M2
I know, I'm terrified
14. (Original post by Qari)
you think we will talk again?
HAHA lol! We could do. But now there is no point since now it is done and you can not change it.
15. Who's going to continue physics next year?

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16. (Original post by Qari)
I know, I'm terrified
why you need to get 90 anyway? what grades that for?
17. (Original post by Jones96)
why you need to get 90 anyway? what grades that for?
Last year I chose subjects that weren't my strong point, except maths

so I'm redoing year 12 but I'm doing A2 Maths
I need 97 UMS in M1 & C4 to get A overall
18. (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
Who's going to continue physics next year?

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I am
19. (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
Who's going to continue physics next year?

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20. (Original post by x-Sophie-x)
Who's going to continue physics next year?

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Me Me Me Me Me Me Me Me ME Me Me Me Me Me Me Me Me

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