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1. (Original post by splashywill)
They probably get a lot of this, it'll most likely just have to be marked by hand.
I dont think AQA are that mean.
Thanks for saying that, I am kinda derpy
2. (Original post by marioman)
Pretty sure that was A.
Thank you!
3. (Original post by Jordenwilder1998)
What did people get for the q with the right angle triangle I put 3F to do with gravity?????
yeah I'm pretty sure it was 3F
I nearly did the same, I wasn't aware of the instructions on the back, and on the front it said for invigilators use. In the last few mins I realized you were suppose to use the answer form and I quickly filled em in xD
I feel like the only person in the exam board that has done this
5. (Original post by kingaaran)
I have the multiple choice paper: I'll post the answers on here in a bit

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how do you have the paper?
6. what was the graph meant to look like
7. (Original post by kingaaran)
I have the multiple choice paper: I'll post the answers on here in a bit

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please could you put a picture of the paper on this thread ?
8. (Original post by kingaaran)
I have the multiple choice paper: I'll post the answers on here in a bit

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Could you pm me it please?

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9. According to the unofficial mark scheme, if i got what i think i got on the Multiple choice paper, and the written paper i would've got between 43-47/75..... is this bad???
10. (Original post by C0balt)
X to Y, as X was more positive and so a positive test charge would move from X to Y
Yeah I got that too, cos X's force to the right was greater than Y's to the left so resultant to the right
11. What did the graph look like for that parallel plate multiple choice question?
12. (Original post by JC_Costales)
According to the unofficial mark scheme, if i got what i think i got on the Multiple choice paper, and the written paper i would've got between 43-47/75..... is this bad???
its probably C/B borderline, not bad
13. (Original post by JC_Costales)
According to the unofficial mark scheme, if i got what i think i got on the Multiple choice paper, and the written paper i would've got between 43-47/75..... is this bad???

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14. (Original post by JC_Costales)
According to the unofficial mark scheme, if i got what i think i got on the Multiple choice paper, and the written paper i would've got between 43-47/75..... is this bad???
Depends what grade you need. Where's the unofficial ms? Could you post a link plz
15. (Original post by kingaaran)
I have the multiple choice paper: I'll post the answers on here in a bit

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YES
16. (Original post by splashywill)
please could you put a picture of the paper on this thread ?

I was annoyed and just was like, **** it, and took it out of the room.

I have no time atm, but sometime this evening I will post the answers

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17. (Original post by Aethrell)
What did the graph look like for that parallel plate multiple choice question?
Straight horizontal line, force is constant in uniform field
18. (Original post by Nikhilm)
Depends what grade you need. Where's the unofficial ms? Could you post a link plz
it's somewhere on this thread... i cant remember what page. sorry
19. (Original post by Yo12345)

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It's somewhere on this thread, you'll have to find it as i cant remember sorry XD

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