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    (Original post by C0balt)
    Sounds familiar... That's how much the air actually rose right?
    I think it was a ratio of some sort, adiabatic lapse rate. You had to divide your worked out height by the given one to find some ratio. 0.9 something i got
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    Has anyone got the paper?
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    Unofficial Markscheme?
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    (Original post by Mango Milkshake)
    I think it was a ratio of some sort, adiabatic lapse rate. You had to divide your worked out height by the given one to find some ratio. 0.9 something i got
    I can't remember seeing such question... Oops...
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    (Original post by allofthestars)
    for the density question in nuclear/thermal was one of the marks awarded for putting the units of density?
    no
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    Is there any demand for an unofficial mark scheme for Thermal and Turning Points? I can write one up and post it here if anybody would like me to.
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    (Original post by jay1421)
    is there any demand for an unofficial mark scheme for thermal and turning points? I can write one up and post it here if anybody would like me to.
    yes please
    ur my hero if you do
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    (Original post by Jay1421)
    Is there any demand for an unofficial mark scheme for Thermal and Turning Points? I can write one up and post it here if anybody would like me to.
    YEs! ha
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    (Original post by Jay1421)
    Is there any demand for an unofficial mark scheme for Thermal and Turning Points? I can write one up and post it here if anybody would like me to.
    What did you think of the turning points section this year, difficulty wise, compared to previous years?

    Also, what's your thoughts on the A* boundary for turning points out of 35?
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    I don't remember much of the paper but I remember the acceleration of me leaving school after that physics exam was more than 9.8m/s2 that's for sure
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    (Original post by thestarter)
    YEs! ha
    Alright, I'll have the unofficial mark scheme written out by tomorrow

    (Original post by kelvin1338)
    What did you think of the turning points section this year, difficulty wise, compared to previous years?

    Also, what's your thoughts on the A* boundary for turning points out of 35?
    I thought it was not too bad, it wasn't massively difficult but I also don't think it was the easiest paper, especially considering the amount of 'wordy' questions. Overall, I'd say the A* boundary was around 25/35 Hope that helps!
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    (Original post by Jay1421)
    Alright, I'll have the unofficial mark scheme written out by tomorrow



    I thought it was not too bad, it wasn't massively difficult but I also don't think it was the easiest paper, especially considering the amount of 'wordy' questions. Overall, I'd say the A* boundary was around 25/35 Hope that helps!
    How's that unofficial ms coming along mate?
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    (Original post by IsaacMed17)
    How's that unofficial ms coming along mate?
    Hi - sorry to all, I hadn't quite gotten around to it and was at a Wedding all of yesterday, so I'll be finishing it up today and posting later.

    Sorry for the inconvenience, guys!
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    (Original post by Jay1421)
    Hi - sorry to all, I hadn't quite gotten around to it and was at a Wedding all of yesterday, so I'll be finishing it up today and posting later.

    Sorry for the inconvenience, guys!
    No worries mate. Anywhere close now?
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    For the experimental arrangement of rutherfords experiment, what did you include?
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    (Original post by IsaacMed17)
    No worries mate. Anywhere close now?
    Hey! Sorry again, it's almost done now, just making the finishing touches as I write this, just thought I'd give you an update as I know it's been delayed a lot - Sorry! Will post ASAP!
    (Original post by humzaakram1)
    For the experimental arrangement of rutherfords experiment, what did you include?
    I'm posting an unofficial mark scheme very soon, however for that particular question, for 2 marks I believe you must draw...

    - Alpha source (potentially with shielding)
    - Gold foil
    - Alpha-detectors around the apparatus
    - Vacuum (the entire apparatus)
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    Hey all - just uploaded the Thermal etc. section of the mark scheme to imgur, here's the link!

    Unit 5 Thermodynamics, Radiation and Gases Unofficial Mark Scheme

    As always, if there's anything in it that you believe to be wrong, be sure to let me know and I'll correct it!

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by Jay1421)
    Hey all - just uploaded the Thermal etc. section of the mark scheme to imgur, here's the link!

    Unit 5 Thermodynamics, Radiation and Gases Unofficial Mark Scheme

    As always, if there's anything in it that you believe to be wrong, be sure to let me know and I'll correct it!

    Thanks!
    Nice, are you palnning on doing a turning points ms?
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    (Original post by Abc321zxc)
    Nice, are you palnning on doing a turning points ms?
    Yep! I'm midway through it at the moment, I'll be uploading it later tonight at some point - can't give a specific time though. Hope it helped so far!
 
 
 
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