A-Level physics

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With the new spec, as I'm unsure myself, compared to GCSE will the equations be handed to you on a sheet of paper during the exam or do I need to memorise every single equation?
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I did AS Physics (ocr) and you get given a booklet with lots of equations on. You still need to learn some but I wouldn't waste time learning those on the booklet provided
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(Original post by jayokay)
I did AS Physics (ocr) and you get given a booklet with lots of equations on. You still need to learn some but I wouldn't waste time learning those on the booklet provided
Thanks so much, was worrying quite a bit about that
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(Original post by SunnyBoys)
With the new spec, as I'm unsure myself, compared to GCSE will the equations be handed to you on a sheet of paper during the exam or do I need to memorise every single equation?
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http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...oklet_8PH0.pdf
This is what we got for new spec Edexcel, it's pretty much got all the equations you need
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You're given every single formula you could need, our formula sheet in the exam was 8 pages long and included everything from kinematics equations, electricity, waves, quantum etc
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