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    I am really scared for this exam all because I honestly dislike physics and i find it very hard to concentrate when revising for a topic I dont like. Any tips and ideas for the kind of questions you might think will come up in the exam??
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    I think Herschel and Ritter may come up as a six-marker or maybe the star cycle
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    (Original post by Dudeyoufugly)
    I think Herschel and Ritter may come up as a six-marker or maybe the star cycle
    Im good with Herschel and Ritter...dont even wanna talk about the star cycle aha
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    (Original post by leemz)
    Im good with Herschel and Ritter...dont even wanna talk about the star cycle aha
    same tbh, i think the best six marker would be dangers/ uses of EM waves
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    (Original post by Dudeyoufugly)
    same tbh, i think the best six marker would be dangers/ uses of EM waves
    Yeah, thats pretty easy too...could easily get full marks on that one
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    (Original post by leemz)
    Yeah, thats pretty easy too...could easily get full marks on that one
    have you done B1 and C1
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    (Original post by Dudeyoufugly)
    have you done B1 and C1
    Yeah, how did you find the question about crude oil fractions on the C1 paper? I wrote what i thought was right even though i was doubting myself.
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    (Original post by leemz)
    Yeah, how did you find the question about crude oil fractions on the C1 paper? I wrote what i thought was right even though i was doubting myself.
    there wasn't much you could write on it tbh, i wrote that petrol is obtained near the top of the cooling tower so it is easier to ignite, is less viscous, has a shorter carbon chain and a higher boiling point than bitumen. And it is used as a fuel for cars. Bitumen is obtained near the bottom of the tower so it is harder to ignite, has a higher boiling point, is very viscous and has a longer carbon chain than petrol and its uses inc: road surfacing and roof surfacing.
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    (Original post by Dudeyoufugly)
    there wasn't much you could write on it tbh, i wrote that petrol is obtained near the top of the cooling tower so it is easier to ignite, is less viscous, has a shorter carbon chain and a higher boiling point than bitumen. And it is used as a fuel for cars. Bitumen is obtained near the bottom of the tower so it is harder to ignite, has a higher boiling point, is very viscous and has a longer carbon chain than petrol and its uses inc: road surfacing and roof surfacing.
    Oh i missed out the points about the boiling point differences but I wrote pretty much the same thing
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    (Original post by leemz)
    Oh i missed out the points about the boiling point differences but I wrote pretty much the same thing
    i think that would get you pretty much all the marks; how'd you find biology
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    (Original post by Dudeyoufugly)
    i think that would get you pretty much all the marks; how'd you find biology
    I hope so, Biology was really good..How did you find it?
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    (Original post by leemz)
    I hope so, Biology was really good..How did you find it?
    it was quite good aside from the calculation question and infertile male w/ CF question because we haven't learnt that. What did u get for the tablet question in the C1 paper?
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    (Original post by Dudeyoufugly)
    it was quite good aside from the calculation question and infertile male w/ CF question because we haven't learnt that. What did u get for the tablet question in the C1 paper?
    Honestly, i dont think they should give us calculations in Biology? For the tablet question I chose the crushed one because it took the least time to react completely with the acid and I put another reason but I cant remember
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    (Original post by leemz)
    Honestly, i dont think they should give us calculations in Biology? For the tablet question I chose the crushed one because it took the least time to react completely with the acid and I put another reason but I cant remember
    same, how about the question before it, tablet B or C?
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    (Original post by Dudeyoufugly)
    same, how about the question before it, tablet B or C?
    I think i selected C.
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    I think i selected C.
    i did B im not sure if its right, how did u find the other 6-marker
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    (Original post by Dudeyoufugly)
    i did B im not sure if its right, how did u find the other 6-marker
    Which one??
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    (Original post by leemz)
    Which one??
    the last one; on alloys
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    (Original post by Dudeyoufugly)
    the last one; on alloys
    Oh i mentioned that they stop them from sliding over each other so this makes it more stronger. I also said that the stronger, the longer it lasts etc
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    (Original post by leemz)
    Oh i mentioned that they stop them from sliding over each other so this makes it more stronger. I also said that the stronger, the longer it lasts etc
    basically the same i added a diagram
 
 
 
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