Physics igcse edexcell paper 2, 2017

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Does anyone have any predictions on topics for physics paper 2 this Friday? Any info is helpful ,I need to well in paper 2 x
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I'm thinking lots of maths as there was more writing in P1 this year than in the past.
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Maybe a 5 marker on how transformers work and also the advantages/disadvantages of different energy sources.
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Maybe a 5 marker on how transformers work and also the advantages/disadvantages of different energy sources.
How much should we actually do on the disadvantages and advantages of energy sources? There's lots to learn but like surely most of it is quite obvious and easy to blag or is there specific knowledge needed? Also, how much do we actually need to know about each energy source process (not the advantages or anything, the actual physics of it), because the textbook and the CGP have it, but I've never seen it in a past paper and the specification/syllabus says that we only need to know the energy transfers that take place in each one (which is a lot less work and quite easy compared to learning the actual full processes)
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How much should we actually do on the disadvantages and advantages of energy sources? There's lots to learn but like surely most of it is quite obvious and easy to blag or is there specific knowledge needed? Also, how much do we actually need to know about each energy source process (not the advantages or anything, the actual physics of it), because the textbook and the CGP have it, but I've never seen it in a past paper and the specification/syllabus says that we only need to know the energy transfers that take place in each one (which is a lot less work and quite easy compared to learning the actual full processes)
I don't think you need to go super in depth - as you said - you should only need to know the energy changes and that some energy sources are renewable / polluting / more or less expensive than others.
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