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How should I prepare for my as level emf isa? Really want to get an A
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Do some revision on the topic Electricity, since that is related to EMF. Make sure you're familiar with the EMF equations E=I(R+r) and =E/Q and make sure you know what EMF is (it's the Electromotive force, the voltage of a circuit when there is no current).
Take a look at previous EMPAs, and also you may have done a practise EMPA on Electricity, you may want to take a look at that as well.

And also make sure you're familiar with uncertainty, there's bound to be a question about it somewhere (considering it always appears somewhere in past EMPAs especially in the written papers)
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Thank you !
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