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    dude you'd like my brother - he plays CoD all day long
    I only like RS and MC lol
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    gr8 brlog
    dont spoil it
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    Patel, try FP2 June 2013 as a mock - I just done it
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    Patel, try FP2 June 2013 as a mock - I just done it
    On it. :yep:
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    Patel, try FP2 June 2013 as a mock - I just done it
    Quick check, you mean the 2013 actual paper and not the withdrawn or (R) ones, yeah?

    Edit: assuming you meant the normal one, I've just finished it. Going to mark it now.

    Edit 2: Got full raw. The markscheme is so unrigorous it made me laugh a few times. :lol:

    Edit 3: ^that makes me sound like a cocky ****.
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    cocky ****
    Do physics
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Quick check, you mean the 2013 actual paper and not the withdrawn or (R) ones, yeah?

    Edit: assuming you meant the normal one, I've just finished it. Going to mark it now.

    Edit 2: Got full raw. The markscheme is so unrigorous it made me laugh a few times. :lol:

    Edit 3: ^that makes me sound like a cocky ****.
    Do physics

    Derive the Lorenz transform or something, and don't go using brehme diagrams, it's like the relativistic version of CAST :-P


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    Do physics

    Derive the Lorenz transform or something, and don't go using brehme diagrams, it's like the relativistic version of CAST :-P


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    I understood like 1 word from that.

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    Feynman diagrams are bae
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    Do physics

    Derive the Lorenz transform or something, and don't go using brehme diagrams, it's like the relativistic version of CAST :-P


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    Do geometry is my verdict. Vectors are the shizzle. So eazy.


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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Quick check, you mean the 2013 actual paper and not the withdrawn or (R) ones, yeah?

    Edit: assuming you meant the normal one, I've just finished it. Going to mark it now.

    Edit 2: Got full raw. The markscheme is so unrigorous it made me laugh a few times. :lol:

    Edit 3: ^that makes me sound like a cocky ****.
    Well done I got 73 on it but didn't get anything wrong, just cut 2 for lack of working. How'd you time? I managed to cut it at 55 mins but the last question took me 15. Wonder what boundaries were like.

    Your advice is really paying off - I'll be updating my progress soon!
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    I have this feeling that I should do physics, no clue why...
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    I have this feeling that I should do physics, no clue why...
    It's actually a lot of fun! Do space
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    It's actually a lot of fun! Do space
    Not home rn but will do so once I'm back at home. :yep:
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    Not home rn but will do so once I'm back at home. :yep:
    I really hope you understand the spec btw - there is some fascinating stuff :eek:

    It's crazy how advanced we are and the things we are capable of!
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    I really hope you understand the spec btw - there is some fascinating stuff :eek:

    It's crazy how advanced we are and the things we are capable of!
    You make me want to study physics now! I need to get my sleep cycle on track though

    How was day 1 of back to school?
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    I really hope you understand the spec btw - there is some fascinating stuff :eek:

    It's crazy how advanced we are and the things we are capable of!
    To be honest, I've got a set of videos that I'm going to go through but it seems to cover more than just the spec, stuff like stellar clusters and it's made by an actual astronomer himself, so I'm actually quite looking forward to that.
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    To be honest, I've got a set of videos that I'm going to go through but it seems to cover more than just the spec, stuff like stellar clusters and it's made by an actual astronomer himself, so I'm actually quite looking forward to that.
    Do you mind sharing that playlist?
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    (Original post by aymanzayedmannan)
    You make me want to study physics now! I need to get my sleep cycle on track though How was day 1 of back to school?
    It is truly awesome stuff! :yep: And yeah dude you should probably be heading to bed soon :lol:Pretty decent, thanks! I'm worried about FP3 - our exams start soon and we've only just started Vectors

    (Original post by Zacken)
    To be honest, I've got a set of videos that I'm going to go through but it seems to cover more than just the spec, stuff like stellar clusters and it's made by an actual astronomer himself, so I'm actually quite looking forward to that.

    Sounds good As long as you're appreciating space I'm happy
 
 
 

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