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OCR A2 Physics A: G484 & G485 - 15 & 21 Jun 2017 [Exam Discussion] Watch

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    (Original post by Callicious)
    We do plenty of natural logarithms in Physics, especially in Capacitance and everything Magnetic/Gravitational/Electric.

    Yah, now that you mention it I suppose it would be worth it. Redoing all three might be annoying revision wise though :P
    Ultimately it is up to you - you probably know what is best. That is why I chose to do M3 so I could focus a lot on that module before the ccluster of exams later on.

    Yes and in carbon dating too ^^
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    (Original post by ineffablemind)
    Ultimately it is up to you - you probably know what is best. That is why I chose to do M3 so I could focus a lot on that module before the ccluster of exams later on.

    Yes and in carbon dating too ^^
    Drats! I forgot about all the half lives/etc XD
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    Can someone recommend me a good physics revision site or videos please????
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    (Original post by ineffablemind)
    Hello,

    I assume the few left that are giving these modules are self-teaching.

    If there is anyone else out there. It would be great to have someone else studying for the same modules - so we can help eachother.

    Thanks
    Not long left at all toll both exams! Hows prep?
    What are your last minute revisiin techniques. Im just so confused on what exactly to do, im doing past papers
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    http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/79737-q...nian-world.pdf

    2cii why is the time *by 0.25
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    (Original post by WilliamGates)
    http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/79737-q...nian-world.pdf

    2cii why is the time *by 0.25
    Because they want the power its work done per second and using 1.8mm distance for the force*distance means we are doing it for only 1/4 of a period so the time it takes for this motion is 0.25T.
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    Has anyone got the 2016 MS for g485, g484, g482 & g481??
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    (Original post by P_Digby)
    Because they want the power its work done per second and using 1.8mm distance for the force*distance means we are doing it for only 1/4 of a period so the time it takes for this motion is 0.25T.
    TY

    (Original post by suhaylpatel786)
    Has anyone got the 2016 MS for g485, g484, g482 & g481??
    If I find, I will upload.
    (Original post by Mander12357)
    Can someone recommend me a good physics revision site or videos please????
    A Level Physics online, use the free subscription.
    (Original post by Snxoxo)
    Not long left at all toll both exams! Hows prep?
    What are your last minute revisiin techniques. Im just so confused on what exactly to do, im doing past papers
    Hey I forgot my pass on that account.

    https://papers.xtremepapers.com/CIE/...2_s04_qp_4.pdf

    Do these papers. Q3 Is the exact same as the one on JUNE 2016 G484. Just go through CGP guide etc. Do all the CIE papers old spec
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    Hey I'm resitting this exam too I studied it in school two years ago, and resat it last year but failed it again, and am resitting it this year too. Nice to see others here doing this exam, it never seemed that common to me and even more so now obviously as it's the last exam ^^;

    I hope to get Cs on my exams, which based on my previous exams/coursework would mean I get a B overall, but higher would be nicer obviously.
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    Anyone got a good way to answer the 6 mark questions on experiments? like a good way to structure them?
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    does anyone have 2016 paper? for g484 and g485
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    how did you guys find g484?
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    (Original post by emmabrindley1)
    how did you guys find g484?
    Hard wbu?
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    Really weird paper but managed to do all properly except the experimental question of driving values for F, R and V
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    i found there were a few weird questions but generally alright, what did people do to show that the number of electrons hitting the plate was 5*10^7? i couldnt get it for the life of me.
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    (Original post by adsy9)
    i found there were a few weird questions but generally alright, what did people do to show that the number of electrons hitting the plate was 5*10^7? i couldnt get it for the life of me.
    Same
    Gave up lol
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    (Original post by adsy9)
    i found there were a few weird questions but generally alright, what did people do to show that the number of electrons hitting the plate was 5*10^7? i couldnt get it for the life of me.
    45*10^-3 divided by 1.6*10^-19. This number multiplied by 1.6
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    Wasn't too hard but still ran out of time, didn't like that mass on a spring question though
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    (Original post by ljf98)
    Wasn't too hard but still ran out of time, didn't like that mass on a spring question though
    It was a very different look on simple harmonic motion and circular motion
 
 
 
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