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Physics mock is in 10 days. Should I be worried? I'm also taking a day off studying today. Physics is my weakest subject. How much should I be studying? I have 2 physics exams, 2 biology and 2 chemistry.

am i gonna **** up my life?
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is noone gonna reply
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10 days is fine.
F=ma
KE=1/2 mv^2
GPE=mgh
Energy in an object (based on temerature) = mass * specific heat capacity * temperature

There's a couple for GCSE

v=u+at
v^2=u^2+2as
s=ut+1/2 at^2
s=t(u+v)/2

are a couple for mechanics

they're not hard to remember if you do some questions on them.
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(Original post by Sidra.I)
Physics mock is in 10 days. Should I be worried? I'm also taking a day off studying today. Physics is my weakest subject. How much should I be studying? I have 2 physics exams, 2 biology and 2 chemistry.

am i gonna **** up my life?
Just try and do your best it's your mock just revise when you feel like it and remember to take frequent breaks.
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(Original post by Sidra.I)
Physics mock is in 10 days. Should I be worried? I'm also taking a day off studying today. Physics is my weakest subject. How much should I be studying? I have 2 physics exams, 2 biology and 2 chemistry.

am i gonna **** up my life?
10 days is plenty for learning equations and the subject. The best way to revise for science is go through what you've learnt all year and write it out in a more refined form, for example bullet points and mindmaps are very effective. Also past papers are good for identifying topics your not so great on. For the actual equations try and make funny words out of them so they stick in your head more. For example F=MxA (FAM). You might end up forgetting a couple of equations but it's a mock so don't get your yourself too worked up about just do your best.
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Revision Tip: Always start with your weakest subject so it's not ignored and put away to the side because people generally don't like the subjects they are bad at as much!
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Go on quizlet and make one for all the equations( and then learn them)- that’s what I did and I learnt them all in 2 days before my mock
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Ten days is more than enough time
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