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    This has been on my mind for quite a long time... If anyone can clarify this for me it would be a great help
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    (Original post by XXXNICEGUYXXX)
    This has been on my mind for quite a long time... If anyone can clarify this for me it would be a great help
    just a different course, which has all the physics taught applied to real life situations.
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    is it harder though?
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    its different.... many say its easier ,but as a mathematician id prefer a more standard paper, guess its just personal preference
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    (Original post by XXXNICEGUYXXX)
    is it harder though?
    I haven't found it that hard, in fact it is quite easy as I can see that what I am learning can be used in real life.
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    Salters Horners is far too waffly. Here we come with my favourite question from a physics paper (Salters Horners) of all time (can't remember which year):

    Describe the ultimate fate of the universe. Your answer should relate to dark matter and expansion. (6 marks)


    At least it was something like that. I HATE WRITING WAFFLE WHICH IS WHY I DIDN'T PICK ENGLISH!!!
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    (Original post by Yannis)
    Salters Horners is far too waffly. Here we come with my favourite question from a physics paper (Salters Horners) of all time (can't remember which year):

    Describe the ultimate fate of the universe. Your answer should relate to dark matter and expansion. (6 marks)


    At least it was something like that. I HATE WRITING WAFFLE WHICH IS WHY I DIDN'T PICK ENGLISH!!!
    ha ha yeh i remember that.

    another personal favourite was something to do with a cat that had been exposed to some sort of radiation, the question reading...

    why should one not give the cat too much care and attention?

    ffs lol
 
 
 
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