GCSE unit 2 physics exam friday 12 june

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does anyone reckon the exam will be easy tomorrow?
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does anyone reckon the exam will be easy tomorrow?
Personally, I think it will be better than you're expecting it to be. Unless you're exceptionally strong in the subjects that others typically aren't (math, physics, PE, etc.) then it'll be easy - but if not It's worth looking at youtube summary videos of P4, P5, P6 to drill everything into your head. Think of revision this way - you already know the stuff, it's in your head - but you need reminding.

Conclusion, not easy, but not as hard as you think. (but good luck all the same)
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My Biology and Chemistry exams went pretty well so I'm hoping my Physics tomorrow goes well too! I think it won't be too difficult but just hoping the 6 markers are as easy as the Biology and Chemistry ones were... Something maybe to do with Nuclear Power would be awesome.
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you mean unit 1 right??
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Personally, I think it will be better than you're expecting it to be. Unless you're exceptionally strong in the subjects that others typically aren't (math, physics, PE, etc.) then it'll be easy - but if not It's worth looking at youtube summary videos of P4, P5, P6 to drill everything into your head. Think of revision this way - you already know the stuff, it's in your head - but you need reminding.

Conclusion, not easy, but not as hard as you think. (but good luck all the same)
how did you find the exam?
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how did you find the exam?
Great! How did you do?
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Great! How did you do?
it was alright. jus think i got thrown off by the first question on velocity- but i tried applying the rule of freefall to it! pity there wasnt a six-marker on nuclear fission!
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