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Has anyone got bought this program for Edexcel Physics? watch

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    and would like to share.
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    Please elaborate on "this program" to which you are referring to
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    i forgot to add the link. here

    http://www.bearwoodphysics.com/asa2revision1.htm
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    (Original post by Tennis)
    i forgot to add the link. here

    http://www.bearwoodphysics.com/asa2revision1.htm
    Although it says you have to pay you can actually access the pages by playing around with the url e.g.
    http://www.bearwoodphysics.com/ph3.3.htm is a page on electricity and thermal
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    thanx a lot mate your a genius
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    Jesus Christ......you think some people would be a bit cleverer these days

    Talkin about whoever runs the website there, not you
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    actually having tried it, it isnt the same revision notes as he gives for the edexcel ones. those are different. could you try and access the right ones. thanx
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    (Original post by Tennis)
    actually having tried it, it isnt the same revision notes as he gives for the edexcel ones. those are different. could you try and access the right ones. thanx
    I think they are the same but they arnt as good as the Mechanics notes. I think the creator just made some good notes for the 1st unit so everyone pays but then the rest of the notes are crap. Good plan its just a shame he doesnt know much about restricting access
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    no what i meant is that that isnt the same. the page for mechanics is different to the original. that is something completely different.
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    (Original post by Tennis)
    no what i meant is that that isnt the same. the page for mechanics is different to the original. that is something completely different.
    I dnt think it is!
    If you go to http://www.bearwoodphysics.com/unit1.1.htm then go from 1->21.htm you get mechanics notes which are same as going through the web page
    If you go to http://www.bearwoodphysics.com/ph3.3.htm you get notes which are on thermal which look like they have been written following the edexcel syllabus
    I cant be bothered tho to keep altering the url to find the pages
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    yeah i know but i need the unit 3 one which ive tried for the past 10 minutes and cant access. oh well its impossible.
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    (Original post by Tennis)
    yeah i know but i need the unit 3 one which ive tried for the past 10 minutes and cant access. oh well its impossible.
    It is possible but will take a long time eg http://www.christian81.free-online.co.uk/ph4a.3.htm there is some unit 3 notes on solid materials
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    i forgto to mentian astrophysics.
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    (Original post by Tennis)
    i forgto to mentian astrophysics.
    I give up - it takes too long looking
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    i guess the guy wasnt so stupid afterall. anyway you were able to access those sites from here

    http://www.christian81.free-online.c...lrevision1.htm

    so unfortunately, you werent such a genius afterall i'll take that back. but thanx for trying.
 
 
 
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