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What subjects are you doing and how prepared do you think you are?

I'm doing Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology. I have my first exam on the 2nd of May. ://
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What subjects are you doing and how prepared do you think you are?

I'm doing Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology. I have my first exam on the 2nd of May. ://
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Good luck bro.. You'll smash them all
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What subjects are you doing and how prepared do you think you are?

I'm doing Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology. I have my first exam on the 2nd of May. ://
Which variant are you doing?
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What subjects are you doing and how prepared do you think you are?

I'm doing Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology. I have my first exam on the 2nd of May. ://
I have my chem exam on 2 may tooo PHY MATHS CHEM!!
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i'm doing CIE
physics- not really prepared for it.......... paper 2 is gonna be alright but i'm struggling on the double slit experiment questions
furthermaths- pretty good revision... probably gonna ace it this year
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i'm doing CIE
physics- not really prepared for it.......... paper 2 is gonna be alright but i'm struggling on the double slit experiment questions
furthermaths- pretty good revision... probably gonna ace it this year
Don't worry about double slit questions they usually ask to use the basic formula for calculations
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I have my chem exam on 2 may tooo PHY MATHS CHEM!!
From where you're giving your exams?

I have the same subjects
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I did Chem today and have 2 bio papers tomorrow ;(
which chem variant?
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By variant do you mean timezone? If so I am v1
I mean did you give paper 21, 22 , or 23?
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Which variant are you doing?
p22, you did the same right?

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I have my chem exam on 2 may tooo PHY MATHS CHEM!!
How did they go?
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Thank you!

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i'm doing CIE
physics- not really prepared for it.......... paper 2 is gonna be alright but i'm struggling on the double slit experiment questions
furthermaths- pretty good revision... probably gonna ace it this year
Good luck!
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I did Chem today and have 2 bio papers tomorrow ;(
How were they? And 2 Bio papers?
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p22, you did the same right?



How did they go?
Phy: The electricity Q was v confusing. Maths: The last Q ( tan function graph ).
Overall, they arent going as planned but I hope the other components go better.

Did u give the same p22 ?
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Size:  36.4 KB I had this Q in my CIE Physics exam how do we calculate the p.d across the two points when the constant R =6 ohm and Variable R = 8 ohm and current = 0.45 A and emf = 24 V.
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Yes I took paper 21



I think it's fair to say that they were harder than last year's πŸ˜‚ They asked about areas of the syllabus that you don't normally see in past papers so my lack of past paper practice didn't come as a great disadvantage thankfully.

And I did paper 21 and 51 for biology in the same sitting (one after the other). Have you had any papers yet?
Oh right that makes sense. I've done Chemistry, Biology, Maths and Physics. I've done p22 (p12 for maths ofc) for all of them, and I think apart from Biology all were very easy. Biology was fairly easy but I guess the exam lacked 'typical' questions and you had to do a lot of thinking to answer the questions if that makes sense.
I'm hoping the threshold isn't too high anyway haha
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Just realised that this is the AS thread, I'm actually doing taking full A-levels but couldn't find any other active threads. Feel free to link me to any πŸ˜‚
It's cool! What other subjects are you doing?
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Phy: The electricity Q was v confusing. Maths: The last Q ( tan function graph ).
Overall, they arent going as planned but I hope the other components go better.

Did u give the same p22 ?
There's only one p22 if that's what you're asking. Yeah I think I screwed up the graph in maths.
I don't think I've done really good in sciences. Still expecting As though.
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Size:  36.4 KB I had this Q in my CIE Physics exam how do we calculate the p.d across the two points when the constant R =6 ohm and Variable R = 8 ohm and current = 0.45 A and emf = 24 V.
I don't remember these values, which variant did you do?
I was about to screw up the electricity question but thankfully I didn't.
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Did anyone do AS physics p21 cie??
There were these 2 questions about forces tht I couldn't do 😞😐 the question was about a parachute attached to boat
Can anyone tell me the answer and how u got it?
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There's only one p22 if that's what you're asking. Yeah I think I screwed up the graph in maths.
I don't think I've done really good in sciences. Still expecting As though.


I don't remember these values, which variant did you do?
I was about to screw up the electricity question but thankfully I didn't.
zone 4 p22
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I'm doing CIE A2
Haven't found any threads for the full a level so I'll just post here instead.

I did the physics paper 51 yesterday. Did anyone else?
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