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    Are you able to write on your equation sheets during the exams? Or would that be classed a 'cheating'?
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    I would imagine it's fine to do this and certainly not cheating. I just wonder whether you should show working on your actual paper?????

    Anyway, I'm not an expert on these subjects so I've moved your post to the Physics exam thread.
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    I would imagine it's fine to do this and certainly not cheating. I just wonder whether you should show working on your actual paper?????

    Anyway, I'm not an expert on these subjects so I've moved your post to the Physics exam thread.
    Yeh, for physics I would jus be putting units on all the equations, and then for chemistry, more specifically for unit 2/3, I would write down tests for each ions, etc.
 
 
 
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