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    (Original post by KD1997)
    What values did you get?
    I got about 28 seconds for RC and roughy 75000 for the resistor. For the capacitor it was 8.3 x10-6 but i changed mine ever so by a tiny bit when i went back and checked answers, if they deduct marks for that i'm gonna cut, what about you.
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    (Original post by notanooblol)
    Yeah that's exactly what I thought, I've lost a couple in the multi choice and like 5 or 6 on section B so should be a safe 120 ums. Someone should try make an official mark scheme because we are missing a lot at the moment so really can't estimate our marks accurately
    I think it'll be higher, it was such a standard paper
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    (Original post by the_chosen_one97)
    My MC answers were:

    DBDDDCDDCBCBBACBBACAAACBC
    I got very similar answers but I don't think there were so many Ds towards the beginning...
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    (Original post by Yo12345)
    No, restoring force is min a centre of oscillation. 100% correct


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    The question asked for the incorrect statement?

    Regardless, I'm fairly sure I spotted another incorrect statement >.<
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    (Original post by Cadherin)
    I agree with you exactly. A* around 57, 120 UMS around 62/63.

    But we'll have to find out if the AQA Gods are feeling friendly...

    Mind you, people said they found PHYA2 easy last year and it was only 58/70 for 120 UMS (82%) for 120 UMS, so they may well be friendly...
    I'm still shocked at how low the PHYA2 boundaries were last year.
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    (Original post by Cadherin)
    I got very similar answers but I don't think there were so many Ds towards the beginning...
    Defo, apart from the first D, the other Ds seem very odd :/
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    (Original post by the_chosen_one97)
    My MC answers were:

    DBDDDCDDCBCBBACBBACAAACBC
    this was my multiple choice

    B B D D C D B C B C B B A A C D C C D A D C B D
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    (Original post by BioStudentx)
    The question asked for the incorrect statement?

    Regardless, I'm fairly sure I spotted another incorrect statement >.<
    Is asked where is restoring force min. A. Top. B. Bottom. C. Centre. D. Top and Bottom


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    (Original post by Yo12345)
    Is asked where is restoring force min. A. Top. B. Bottom. C. Centre. D. Top and Bottom


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    Ooopps. Yeah, centre is right. We were thinking off different questions.
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    (Original post by -Gifted-)
    Defo, apart from the first D, the other Ds seem very odd :/
    this was my multiple choice

    B B D D C D B C B C B B A A C D C C D A D C B D
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    what was the last part of q1 on section b
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    What did people get for the radius of Venus?

    8.87 = 4/3 pi * ~5400 * G * R

    R ~= 5.8x10^6?
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    (Original post by Mattematics)
    What did people get for the radius of Venus?

    8.87 = 4/3 pi * ~5400 * G * R

    R ~= 5.8x10^6?
    6.06x106
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    (Original post by BioStudentx)
    Ooopps. Yeah, centre is right. We were thinking off different questions.
    The one you're thinking of is the one where which is correct? And it was was a is 180 degrees out of phase with x


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    (Original post by rk_)
    this was my multiple choice

    B B D D C D B C B C B B A A C D C C D A D C B D
    For the first one, everything was conserved wasn't it?
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    (Original post by the_chosen_one97)
    For the first one, everything was conserved wasn't it?
    yup
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    (Original post by palacefloor)
    6.06x106
    What was the value given for the density?
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    (Original post by Yo12345)
    The one you're thinking of is the one where which is correct? And it was was a is 180 degrees out of phase with x


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    Yep. I put that one!

    Sorry for confusing everyone haha. I've had a bit of a nightmare there!
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    Hey, I made a graph of predicted answers to the multiple choice, based on myself, and the posts here. Perspective: I am predicted an A* overall, I have gotten at least 20 on every multiple choice paper I've done, and by this data, I have at least 20/25 (Mine is the top row)
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    (Original post by marioman)
    I'm still shocked at how low the PHYA2 boundaries were last year.
    They were lower than the potato haha.

    Having said that, I got 120 on PHYA1 and only 113 on PHYA2...
 
 
 
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