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    (Original post by lgs98jonee)
    u didnt like physics then??
    Well I don't want to discuss individual answers... I'll just say everything went smoothly.
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    BS, know it before you spout it. What made you say this? My head of department for Chem, writes CHM3 papers for AQA, our school does AQA.

    And I did CHM3 paper. So I see a massive flaw in your argument.
    I see a massive flaw in the fact that yer chemistry teacher writes your papers that u are going to sit!!! That means u r basically cheating!!!! Your teacher will under the *unconscious* level start driving up questions from the upcoming exam paper during lessons/revision sessions, and then ur school will have an overall advantage. That is ridiculously unfair........

    There must be a flaw in your teacher writing the paper. Surely, not just he/she writes it all or maybe he/she just write suggestible questions? It is completely unfair if YOUR TEACHER WRITES YOUR PAPER (at A Level)
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    (Original post by ResidentEvil)
    I see a massive flaw in the fact that yer chemistry teacher writes your papers that u are going to sit!!! That means u r basically cheating!!!! Your teacher will under the *unconscious* level start driving up questions from the upcoming exam paper during lessons/revision sessions, and then ur school will have an overall advantage. That is ridiculously unfair........

    There must be a flaw in your teacher writing the paper. Surely, not just he/she writes it all or maybe he/she just write suggestible questions? It is completely unfair if YOUR TEACHER WRITES YOUR PAPER (at A Level)
    I think you've just broken the world record for number of assumptions per sentence... of course the teacher will not give any answers out!
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    (Original post by mik1a)
    I think you've just broken the world record for number of assumptions per sentence... of course the teacher will not give any answers out!
    but surely he/she will probably unconsciously revise topics/questions with the class that are linked to the paper no matter how professional he/she maybe!! It's like the biology practical the teachers couldnt resist to go over what they know will come up on the paper subtly and they're quite professional.
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    I love talking about exams after... just makes me feel at ease!
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    (Original post by mik1a)
    Well I don't want to discuss individual answers... I'll just say everything went smoothly.
    good....well done...u deserve it :-)

    (hope u got 8.82 for the volume of air bubble and microwaves as an answer in astro )
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    (Original post by lgs98jonee)
    good....well done...u deserve it :-)

    (hope u got 8.82 for the volume of air bubble and microwaves as an answer in astro )
    NO DONT TALK!!!!! ARGH MY BRAIN!!!

    thank god - yes i did get botht hose reading. i wonder how many forgot to add atm pressure to the bubble underwater.

    oh no... you are dragging me in! Nooooo
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    (Original post by mik1a)
    I hate it! I've just done 6 hours of economics and physics, and I really hate hearing that you did something wrong, or should have written this instead... personally I just want to put it out of my mind and focus on future exams. I think this is the best way, but other people might actually like discussing it.

    There is a tendancy that I've managed to overcome though.
    i'll only do it if I get under 80%, then I panick and think there's a big hole in my knowledge.
 
 
 

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