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    (Original post by CD223)
    I've not which is why I originally flagged it up as there aren't any model exam answers


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    So annoying, no one in my class today knew what it was, and they didn't seem too worried so I guess it's a concept which is tested as part of mag fields without them telling you specifically that they're testing it, if that makes sense. Idk


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    So annoying, no one in my class today knew what it was, and they didn't seem too worried so I guess it's a concept which is tested as part of mag fields without them telling you specifically that they're testing it, if that makes sense. Idk


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    Yeah no one in my class was even taught it !


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    (Original post by CD223)
    Yeah no one in my class was even taught it !


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    How are you going about revising now? Just past papers or still making some notes along side doing papers?
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    (Original post by KeithHayward)
    How are you going about revising now? Just past papers or still making some notes along side doing papers?
    I'm not doing past papers yet - saving them for Feb half term. Just going through books! And stuff on Kerboodle. How about you?


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    I'm not doing past papers yet - saving them for Feb half term. Just going through books! And stuff on Kerboodle. How about you?


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    I'm doing the same really, a few past papers thrown in here and there.
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    (Original post by KeithHayward)
    I'm doing the same really, a few past papers thrown in here and there.
    Ah right, sounds like a good tactic given the lack of breadth of past papers to do, unlike with maths haha.


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    (Original post by CD223)
    Ah right, sounds like a good tactic given the lack of breadth of past papers to do, unlike with maths haha.


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    For M2 theres so many to do. Our physics teacher has started to come up with his own questions so hopefully that should help
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    (Original post by KeithHayward)
    For M2 theres so many to do. Our physics teacher has started to come up with his own questions so hopefully that should help
    Haven't even stared M2 papers! Got a thread for it though if you're interested? (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3047357)

    Aha let us know if there's any good ones!


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    Haven't even stared M2 papers! Got a thread for it though if you're interested? (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3047357)

    Aha let us know if there's any good ones!


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    Nice! Do you find the PHYA4 further mechanics section or M2 harder?


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    Nice! Do you find the PHYA4 further mechanics section or M2 harder?


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    M2 is easily harder. PHYA4 mechanics is the nicest part of the A2 syllabus if you do M2, since you double learn most things e.g. momentum
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    (Original post by KeithHayward)
    M2 is easily harder. PHYA4 mechanics is the nicest part of the A2 syllabus if you do M2, since you double learn most things e.g. momentum
    Ah it's good that you still double learn things like with AS Physics and M1!


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    Ah it's good that you still double learn things like with AS Physics and M1!


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    We did statistics 1 and 2 last year for applied and are doing m1,m2 this year. So since I only picked up AS and A2 physics in september everything to do with mechanics is brand new to me so annoying :mad:
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    (Original post by KeithHayward)
    We did statistics 1 and 2 last year for applied and are doing m1,m2 this year. So since I only picked up AS and A2 physics in september everything to do with mechanics is brand new to me so annoying :mad:
    Oh wow! Good luck!


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    Can anyone give me any advice about how not to get wrecked by unit 6?
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    Can anyone give me any advice about how not to get wrecked by unit 6?
    Are you doing the EMPA or ISA?


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    (Original post by CD223)
    Are you doing the EMPA or ISA?

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    ISA
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    Ah right! I'm doing EMPA. It's my worst module. I did unit 3X EMPA last year and got a C :/


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    Ah right! I'm doing EMPA. It's my worst module. I did unit 3X EMPA last year and got a C :/

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    Yeah, the practical exams are a real b***h! Luckily, and I think this is why we do the ISA, we get two goes. Last year I got an D in the first one and an A in the second!
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    Yeah, the practical exams are a real b***h! Luckily, and I think this is why we do the ISA, we get two goes. Last year I got an D in the first one and an A in the second!
    I wish we had two goes...


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