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    For everyone taking this exam, take a look at this: http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resource...08-PTT-ARP.PDF

    This is what AQA requires us to learn for all the practicals.
    Learn them, reconstruct them.

    I'd also advise you to know how to calculate path difference of waves in as many situations as you can.

    Good luck.
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    Are we assessed on the 6 practical skills for paper 1?
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    (Original post by Conquest.)
    Are we assessed on the 6 practical skills for paper 1?
    the theory side of things. such as what happens to resonant frequency if mass of string is increased. It's a practical, in which the theory is assessed. Actually understanding the 'practical' side of the practicals is needed for paper 2. Although, get to grips with it for both papers to boost confidence.
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    Has anyone done the specimen paper 1 set 2? there are some questions I cant do was wondering if anyone could help?
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    (Original post by Sally,)
    Has anyone done the specimen paper 1 set 2? there are some questions I cant do was wondering if anyone could help?
    Sure Which ones ?
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    (Original post by Sally,)
    Has anyone done the specimen paper 1 set 2? there are some questions I cant do was wondering if anyone could help?
    this might be helpful


    https://drive.google.com/folderview?...1k&usp=sharing
 
 
 
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