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    Good luck tomorrow, everyone!

    Remember, an exam does not dictate your future. You have studied AS Physics for a year, so just concentrate and dig deep into those wells of knowledge.

    You can do it!
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    sadly I got distracted when thinking whether the *****y basketball hoop would topple

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    (Original post by NisarKhan)
    Good luck tomorrow, everyone!

    Remember, an exam does not dictate your future. You have studied AS Physics for a year, so just concentrate and dig deep into those wells of knowledge.

    You can do it!
    NisarKhan is exactly right...
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    Anyone got an unofficial mark Scheme?

    (If you have I'd say you're a very efficent worker)
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    How did you guys find it?

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    Well... Could have gone worse I suppose... But that was still an awful exam. I quite liked the questions, I suppose it was easy in that respect, but I just should have revised more efficiently.
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    (Original post by Skipper12345)
    revised more efficiently.
    According to Pearson your (output energy)/(output energy) is your efficiency so if it makes you feel any better you were 100% fam
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    Why is it that Physics is the only subject that I don't manage to answer every question? So frustrating because I know I would have completed everything if I got an extra 5 mins
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    (Original post by ionic285)
    Why is it that Physics is the only subject that I don't manage to answer every question? So frustrating because I know I would have completed everything if I got an extra 5 mins
    Same, I had a few questions where I had to quickly finish it, probably got it wrong

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    Yeah... More time and I would have notice the stupid mistakes I made!! Like the one about calculating what the fluid was!
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    (Original post by Skipper12345)
    Yeah... More time and I would have notice the stupid mistakes I made!! Like the one about calculating what the fluid was!
    I realsied later that I messed up in the resistivity one, got the area wrong

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    I realsied later that I messed up in the resistivity one, got the area wrong

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    Oh well! It will all be okay in the end, what's done is done!
    I got very confused on the efficiency one, as I had one value in energy and one in power, and had no time to convert. Now I think I realise.. Did you have to use P=FV?
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    (Original post by Skipper12345)
    Oh well! It will all be okay in the end, what's done is done!
    I got very confused on the efficiency one, as I had one value in energy and one in power, and had no time to convert. Now I think I realise.. Did you have to use P=FV?
    They gave Pd and Current, so you do P=VI I think

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    (Original post by Skipper12345)
    Oh well! It will all be okay in the end, what's done is done!
    I got very confused on the efficiency one, as I had one value in energy and one in power, and had no time to convert. Now I think I realise.. Did you have to use P=FV?
    The efficiency one, you know the velocity to be 0.4m/s so in 1 second it rises by 0.4mYou can use E=mgΔh to find out the energy (which if also the power) then P=VI (or something like that) and use the two powers to find efficiency
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    The multiple choice was quite weird. That first question tho!

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    (Original post by Rsoane101)
    The efficiency one, you know the velocity to be 0.4m/s so in 1 second it rises by 0.4mYou can use E=mgΔh to find out the energy (which if also the power) then P=VI (or something like that) and use the two powers to find efficiency
    Ahhhh, I think I did it right then! That's good!! What fluid did you get that the student was using? Corn syrup?
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    Anyone do the resit of the old spec? or does anyone know if there's a thread for it?

    Cheers
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    Easiest paper I've done in years. Glad I didn't waste time revising. Might aswell take my uni exams now. Piece of piss. Thought this was the GCSE, after reading the cover several times, apparently this is a level standard. I might aswell take all A levels, if they are that easy.
    Hope you guys didn't do too bad, you have always got next year.
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    (Original post by will.frc)
    Easiest paper I've done in years. Glad I didn't waste time revising. Might aswell take my uni exams now. Piece of piss. Thought this was the GCSE, after reading the cover several times, apparently this is a level standard. I might aswell take all A levels, if they are that easy.
    Hope you guys didn't do too bad, you have always got next year.
    So what did you get for the moments one?

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    Anyone else not have time to answer about half the paper....
 
 
 
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