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- 17-06-2004 20:22
- 17-06-2004 20:24
add it up....54+20 (if you genuinely belive you got 20 - i severly doubt it!), and assuming no markup you get
74/120 = 61% = C (just). But you aint gonna get 20/60 are you!!!!??
i suggest you forget about it, as hard as that is. I've managed to today - heck i have better things to do on my last day as an under 18 year old (so sad )
- 17-06-2004 20:29
when u say coursework do u mean practical and planning?
we didnt get told our results.
i think i got 45/60 in prac/plan 25/60 in test= 70/120. ok
(Original post by friday13th)
- 17-06-2004 22:11
i got 54/60 on my coursework
and probably 20/60 on this
what grade will i have
oh,that's (54+20)/120= 74/120, so that i think you may get C, which is just above 60%.
By the way, has anyone done the optional paper for Nuclear and Particle Physics? I think it's on 28th June.
- 17-06-2004 22:20
its on june the 28th
(Original post by avalondep)
- 18-06-2004 00:35
i did OCR syllabus B(advancing physics) this morning. has anyone here sat that, or is there another thread.
that was a pretty dull paper. The very last question of paper 5 (Field+particle physics) was really tough if you didn't know anything about Hall Voltages. I just looked in the text book OCR/the Institute of Physics set, and there is about 4 lines about it in the whole book... and yet they dedicate a 10-marker to it. humph. don't like OCR syllabus B!
I found it relatively straightforward on the whole, but I made some silly mistakes. Like putting the current from positive to negative instead of the other way round (probably got it wring again here), but the reason I realised was I came home and watched a primary school programme on TV about currents!