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    I'm currently revising for my exams, i am doing physics as level edexcel.
    Is it essential i learn the cpac methods? I've already done the experiments at school, but do i need to learn the methods in depth for my exams? ?
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    (Original post by Mals1999)
    I'm currently revising for my exams, i am doing physics as level edexcel.
    Is it essential i learn the cpac methods? I've already done the experiments at school, but do i need to learn the methods in depth for my exams? ?
    I recently made a post about tips about about dealing with the practical style question (x)
    To answer your question, remember how you did it , what you find out and how to improve it. Also remember the axis of the graph and the gradient of the graph in terms of plotting your result of the experiment .
 
 
 
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