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Discussion for 11 May cie igcse physics multiple choice and practical
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taking the paper in a couple of hours' time.... NERVE WRECKINGGG
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taking the paper in a couple of hours' time.... NERVE WRECKINGGG
Sameeeeee I hate physics lol!
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Sameeeeee I hate physics lol!

me too what do you think will come up on the prac - I think springs with load and electrivity citcuits
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me too what do you think will come up on the prac - I think springs with load and electrivity citcuits
Yh I think electricity and drawing circuits will come up and maybe the lenses ??
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Yh I think electricity and drawing circuits will come up and maybe the lenses ??

I'm so nervous - got a C in my mock but then we did another mock last week and I got and E overall !!!!! My worst result was in the multi choice :-(
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Last min things I can go over before I go get the bus in an hour
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I'm so nervous - got a C in my mock but then we did another mock last week and I got and E overall !!!!! My worst result was in the multi choice :-(
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Last min things I can go over before I go get the bus in an hour
LEARN EQUATIONS

Equations are your best friend if you don't know where to start with a question. Remembering a relevant equation can sometime help you deduce the answer.

This is especially true in paper 4. simply writing down a relevant equation and then inputting values from the question can get you half the marks.
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LEARN EQUATIONS

Equations are your best friend if you don't know where to start with a question. Remembering a relevant equation can sometime help you deduce the answer.

This is especially true in paper 4. simply writing down a relevant equation and then inputting values from the question can get you half the marks.
thanks - I do have a sheet with equations on - better find it quick and learn them now and on the bus. good luck - hope it goes well.
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gunna take my paper in a few hours ! NERVEWRECKINGGGG
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How did everyone find the exam??
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what was question 3 on on mc ????????
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How did everyone find the exam??
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what was question 3 on on mc ????????
What was the question?
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i don't know , i just remember finding it really hard but i forgot what the question was.
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What was the question?
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21, it wasn't a speed time graph
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Which variant did you do?
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I thought that the alt to practical was very easy, but there were a few tricky questions on the multi choice. What did everyone get for the resistance/putty question? The anser was either 2, 4, 8 or 16
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