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1. These are the questions I'll drop almost all of the marks on, and the follow up questions marks. I can't seem to find revision videos online at all for this type of question.

Examples: June 14 - Q.5) --- Jan 13 - Q.5)
2. (Original post by SeanHarvey)
These are the questions I'll drop almost all of the marks on, and the follow up questions marks. I can't seem to find revision videos online at all for this type of question.

Examples: June 14 - Q.5) --- Jan 13 - Q.5)
Post the full questions and I'll see what I can do
3. what exam board are you?
4. (Original post by Inker)
what exam board are you?
AQA
5. Reference how you record temp, vlotage current ect, how you vary factors (i.e water bath/ice for thermistor).
How many repaets/ recordings you take, what you plot on a grpah and what it shows/what gradient and y intercept are and possibly safety procedures if it asks for them
6. I struggle on the 6 markers involving Electricity/circuits too
7. (Original post by Will2610)
Reference how you record temp, vlotage current ect, how you vary factors (i.e water bath/ice for thermistor).
How many repaets/ recordings you take, what you plot on a grpah and what it shows/what gradient and y intercept are and possibly safety procedures if it asks for them
Nice, is this the sort of thing you would write for every 6 marker on circuits?
8. (Original post by Matt Johnson)
Nice, is this the sort of thing you would write for every 6 marker on circuits?
One more day and that's it the exam is here arghh #nervous good luck to everyone doing it
9. (Original post by Matt Johnson)
Nice, is this the sort of thing you would write for every 6 marker on circuits?
Yeah this is typical of a change in voltage against change in temp for a thermistor question. If its circuits it will always invlove recording values and plotting them. Think back to the isa's.

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