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    (Original post by C0balt)
    I do physics with AQA but they allow using unrounded number for calculations at least for physics
    And in my physics ISA my teacher made a note on my table that unrounded value was used for one of the columns in the table. I don't know about chemistry but I don't see why they should be different.


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    I did Edexcel physics,their coursework is so.nasty ugh.I prob bombed it.
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    I did Edexcel physics,their coursework is so.nasty ugh.I prob bombed it.
    Coursework is the nastiest of all
    I got an A in the physics ISA but my UMS is going to be disappointing


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    (Original post by C0balt)
    Geez, how long did that take?


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    Too long

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    (Original post by C0balt)
    I do physics with AQA but they allow using unrounded number for calculations at least for physics
    And in my physics ISA my teacher made a note on my table that unrounded value was used for one of the columns in the table. I don't know about chemistry but I don't see why they should be different.


    Note to others

    just because I mentioned physics ISA DONT BOMBARD MY INBOX ABOUT IT. Your PM will immediately be reported if it's about ISA info trading

    but any question UNrelated to physics ISA is WELCOME and I will try to help you as much as possible and as soon as possible if you PM or quote me




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    are you ABSOLUTELY sure becos my next queries were about physics aqa
    thanks . so even though it says in the mark scheme e.g. (M1 for their answer to part (i)*2) they acknowledge that the unrounded value is in reference to the same answer .
    Thanks again to both you and Georgia for the help sorry for being a pest
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    Got a question!

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    (Original post by chemphys)
    are you ABSOLUTELY sure becos my next queries were about physics aqa
    thanks . so even though it says in the mark scheme e.g. (M1 for their answer to part (i)*2) they acknowledge that the unrounded value is in reference to the same answer .
    Thanks again to both you and Georgia for the help sorry for being a pest
    Erm you can ask me about physics AQA but don't ask me for what came up in the ISA


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    Too long

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    Oh I see lol


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    (Original post by Dee .. ♥)
    Hallo

    Got a question!

    Think about what sort of intermolecular force 1-bromobutane can make.
    For the second column ask yourself "is 1-bromobutane polar?"


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    (Original post by C0balt)
    Oh I see lol


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    Must have been at least 20-30 hours

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    (Original post by samb1234)
    Must have been at least 20-30 hours

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    Did you type it up or write it down pen n paper

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    (Original post by C0balt)
    Did you type it up or write it down pen n paper

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    Handwritten as that's how I learn best

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    (Original post by samb1234)
    Handwritten as that's how I learn best

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    Yeah I agree it's time consuming but better for learning
    Especially chemistry has mechanisms and stuff which is easier with handwriting

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    Yeah I agree it's time consuming but better for learning
    Especially chemistry has mechanisms and stuff which is easier with handwriting

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    Yep only downside is I cant send it to people

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    Yep only downside is I cant send it to people

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    The point of doing notes IMO is actually making the notes so people who get someone else's notes are missing out in their revision tbh. (Well better than nothing obviously)


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    (Original post by C0balt)
    Think about what sort of intermolecular force 1-bromobutane can make.
    For the second column ask yourself "is 1-bromobutane polar?"


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    I cancelled it down to C and D because they're insoluble.. right? Idky though :/

    So is it polar? Um, yes?
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    (Original post by C0balt)
    The point of doing notes IMO is actually making the notes so people who get someone else's notes are missing out in their revision tbh. (Well better than nothing obviously)


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    I agree but I always get spammed with requests near exams

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    I agree but I always get spammed with requests near exams

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    Lol I find it unfair you have to do all the work and they just sit there and demand it for free


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    Lol I find it unfair you have to do all the work and they just sit there and demand it for free


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    I don't really mind helping people forces me to work since I'm naturally pretty lazy

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    I don't really mind helping people forces me to work since I'm naturally pretty lazy

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    Fair enough
    I should probably get some friends who demand me for notes because I haven't bothered yet. :lol:


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    (Original post by C0balt)
    Fair enough
    I should probably get some friends who demand me for notes because I haven't bothered yet. :lol:


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    Not so much notes I just get asked so many questions about different things. Last year I got added to 17 Facebook group chats during the exam period haha.

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