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    Guys, How far behind are we for the AS level specification. I'm seriously worried about my Physics AS level. I don't know when we're due to finish but at the moment it looks pretty late.
    I'm doing the AQA AS Level Physics Spec for 2015.
    So far we've covered Mechanics and Waves. We've started Materials. We have yet to do particles and electricity. Measurements and Errors I assume you pick up as you go along. But the point is Particles is a huge topic and electricity has a fair bit of memorisation to it!
    I've calculated I have around 14 weeks left and around 17 specification chunks left.
    Do i have to worry or are we on schedule!!!? How are your colleges handling it? What part of physics are you on and what have you completed so far?
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    (Original post by Someboady)
    Guys, How far behind are we for the AS level specification. I'm seriously worried about my Physics AS level. I don't know when we're due to finish but at the moment it looks pretty late.
    I'm doing the AQA AS Level Physics Spec for 2015.
    So far we've covered Mechanics and Waves. We've started Materials. We have yet to do particles and electricity. Measurements and Errors I assume you pick up as you go along. But the point is Particles is a huge topic and electricity has a fair bit of memorisation to it!
    I've calculated I have around 14 weeks left and around 17 specification chunks left.
    Do i have to worry or are we on schedule!!!? How are your colleges handling it? What part of physics are you on and what have you completed so far?
    If you think your class is going to slow you can always teach yourself on the background, so you are sure you will have covered everything and have time to prepare for the exam. I recommend DrPhysicsA in youtube, very useful!
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    (Original post by IComputerScience)
    If you think your class is going to slow you can always teach yourself on the background, so you are sure you will have covered everything and have time to prepare for the exam. I recommend DrPhysicsA in youtube, very useful!
    Thanks! I've made some form of a rudimentary plan! I'm going to cover two specification points each week. This means I'll finish mid-March. This will give me plenty of time to revise and solidify what I've learnt. Also I'll be doing it in class too. Thanks for the recommendation! Using his videos to teach myself Materials.
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    (Original post by Someboady)
    Thanks! I've made some form of a rudimentary plan! I'm going to cover two specification points each week. This means I'll finish mid-March. This will give me plenty of time to revise and solidify what I've learnt. Also I'll be doing it in class too. Thanks for the recommendation! Using his videos to teach myself Materials.
    Great! Good luck with revision
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    I'm doing the same spec except I've done electricity and particles. But I've read ahead at home.
 
 
 
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