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    Not looking forward to this one, any tips on how to answer the planning questions at the end of the paper!!
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    (Original post by Indian Batman)
    Not looking forward to this one, any tips on how to answer the planning questions at the end of the paper!!
    Hey there! I'm doing the igcse cie atp tomorrow as well... best of luck! when you are answering the investigation questions, just read the question, understand it and try to imagine yourself doing the experiment in the lab.... think about what apparatus you'd use and then you can figure out how to do the experiment.
    Hope i could help!
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    Hey there! I'm doing the igcse cie atp tomorrow as well... best of luck! when you are answering the investigation questions, just read the question, understand it and try to imagine yourself doing the experiment in the lab.... think about what apparatus you'd use and then you can figure out how to do the experiment.
    Hope i could help!
    The paper wasn't too bad just a few tricky 1 or 2 mark questions which annoyed me a little during the paper, but thankfully I managed to answer the planning question and I reckon I didn't do too bad on it
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    The paper wasn't too bad just a few tricky 1 or 2 mark questions which annoyed me a little during the paper, but thankfully I managed to answer the planning question and I reckon I didn't do too bad on it
    Yes the paper i did was really good too... and the planning question was great too!!
 
 
 
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