edexcel M2 on thursday Watch

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Anyone no where i can get the soltuions to M2 jan 2002 from

and if anyone got any suggestion about what to learn please say,

Dan , how do you revise for M2, and timescale
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Suggestions on what to learn? Everything? There isn't really that much in M2.. kinematics, centres of mass, energy stuff, collisions and statics.
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You basically need to know all of it. However I think it would be wise to expect 2 questions on vectors (possibly a projectile one). There is nearly always a ladder/centre mass of combined laminas. Work energy tends to be coupled vehicles. If you are short on time to revise this topic try and do the example questions as your exam practice (no peeking at the answers) that way if you do get stuck you can check what you should have done. I found I could revise the whole of M2 in 4 days this way, about 2 hours a day. If you do that now you will still have time left to do practice papers etc before the big day. Good luck with the paper dude.
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i really need the solutions to m2 jan 02, if anyone nos where i can get them please say, or can u post them plz
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dont revise!!! the best thing to do is learn the basics. know that energy is converted . know about the centre of masses and then work from the first principle
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Follow this link and near top of page is all solutions to Jan 02

http://www.xs4all.nl/~mcgee/Asolutions.htm

Not my site but has what you need (probably)
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