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Any predictions for A-level papers 1,2 & 3.
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Paper 1: projectiles, photoelectric effect, excitation, fibre optics, young's modulus
Paper 2: no idea.
Paper 3: no idea

just gut feeling.
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What wasn't on last years paper (Not including multiple choice): Quarks, Conservation (Particle interactions), Energy levels & photon emissions, Photoelectric effect, Interference (waves), Longitudinal vs transverse, Superposition, Materials, Newton's laws, Projectiles, Potential dividers, IV Curves, Circular motion.
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(Original post by Unknownnnn)
Any predictions for A-level papers 1,2 & 3.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QvMZIsSdfw
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The vidoe has been taken down, do you by any chance remember what they were?
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video has been deleted. What predictions were made?
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(Original post by _.Maaad)
The vidoe has been taken down, do you by any chance remember what they were?
https://imgur.com/BC6wSQN
Someone took screenshot, first box paper 1, second box paper 2 , and 3rd paper 3
I guess if video is deleted maybe he was right and aqa contacted him to remove it xDD
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(Original post by xipo7101)
https://imgur.com/BC6wSQN
Someone took screenshot, first box paper 1, second box paper 2 , and 3rd paper 3
I guess if video is deleted maybe he was right and aqa contacted him to remove it xDD
From what I remember he really emphasised the particle physics like they will 100% come up and the fromula f=pav^2 for a water hitting the wall flowing from a pipe as a 1 marker (force,density, crossectional area, velocity) no idea why he emphasised this formula but here you go.
And that there is a big chance of National grid question for paper 2,
Paper 3 he said was shot in the dark, except high chance of uncertainties calculations and prob no questions about log graphs.
I think for paper 1 there would be hard question about path and phase difference, and I think they will ask something about projectile motion and defo particle/ quantum physics.
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Can you remember the name of the channel by any chance please?
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I think there will also be some crap on mechanics on the rate of change of momentum causing a force possibly in an applciation such as when an airag inflates.

just saying because the thing i struggle to explain
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science shorts
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Can you remember the name of the channel by any chance please?
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(Original post by j.1.2)
I think there will also be some crap on mechanics on the rate of change of momentum causing a force possibly in an applciation such as when an airag inflates.

just saying because the thing i struggle to explain
I looked at unnoficial mark scheme for AS 2019 and there was a question about modal and material dispersion so prob won't be asked again on paper 1.
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(Original post by xipo7101)
I looked at unnoficial mark scheme for AS 2019 and there was a question about modal and material dispersion so prob won't be asked again on paper 1.
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I've never seen F = pav^2 before - is it something we're meant to know or would it be derived in the question?
(Original post by xipo7101)
From what I remember he really emphasised the particle physics like they will 100% come up and the fromula f=pav^2 for a water hitting the wall flowing from a pipe as a 1 marker (force,density, crossectional area, velocity) no idea why he emphasised this formula but here you go.
And that there is a big chance of National grid question for paper 2,
Paper 3 he said was shot in the dark, except high chance of uncertainties calculations and prob no questions about log graphs.
I think for paper 1 there would be hard question about path and phase difference, and I think they will ask something about projectile motion and defo particle/ quantum physics.
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You would derive it using the units that they give you.
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Check science shorts videos, his mechanics and materials video has it in the very last part.
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I've never seen F = pav^2 before - is it something we're meant to know or would it be derived in the question?
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