# GCSE edexcel physics paper 2 (unofficial mark scheme)

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2 years ago
#2
I can't remember the numbers of questions but I got:
3 ohms for the resistance one,
8g for the moments,
1.5V per lamp.
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2 years ago
#3
(Original post by KiraRickett)
I can't remember the numbers of questions but I got:
3 ohms for the resistance one,
8g for the moments,
1.5V per lamp.
And 105 degrees for the estimate temp. of water at 8 minutes.
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2 years ago
#4
Estimate had to be 100°C since thats its boiling point
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2 years ago
#5
The voltage stays 12V per all lamps. Voltage never chnages
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2 years ago
#6
(Original post by DenzoBenzo)
The voltage stays 12V per all lamps. Voltage never chnages
It was 1.5 (12/8) since it gave u the total you this was shared between all 8
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2 years ago
#7
What was the first question asking when it said measurements I was so confused
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2 years ago
#8
(Original post by KiraRickett)
And 105 degrees for the estimate temp. of water at 8 minutes.
What if you got 108 degrees, would that still get mark?
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2 years ago
#9
(Original post by nk02)
What if you got 108 degrees, would that still get mark?
i got 106
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2 years ago
#10
(Original post by nk02)
What if you got 108 degrees, would that still get mark?
I got 108 too
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2 years ago
#11
Do you guys think that across both papers 130 marks will be an 8?
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2 years ago
#12
i think an 8 will be at the lowest 130, im hoping for 9's to start around 155 to no more than 175, as hopefully im at around 180
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#13
(Original post by Mikolaj1109)
i think an 8 will be at the lowest 130, im hoping for 9's to start around 155 to no more than 175, as hopefully im at around 180
Swear it's out of 200 tho.. looking at this thread too many people seem to getting the right answers and that's not good news.
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2 years ago
#14
(Original post by nk02)
Swear it's out of 200 tho.. looking at this thread too many people seem to getting the right answers and that's not good news.
But student room is not an accurate place to judge how people did.
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2 years ago
#15
yeah it is out of 200, but for the old spec which was really easy an A* was only 82% last year, and thats 164, so i doubt it would be much higher and in our mocks, i'm at a grammar school the grade 9 was calculated using the formula and it came out as 78%
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2 years ago
#16
(Original post by nk02)
What if you got 108 degrees, would that still get mark?
I'm not 100% sure but there might be a certain scope they accept, like from between 100-110 so it might be fine! Unless the answer is like exactly 100 then I think you'll get the mark as it's quite close to what most people got.
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2 years ago
#17
(Original post by Mikolaj1109)
yeah it is out of 200, but for the old spec which was really easy an A* was only 82% last year, and thats 164, so i doubt it would be much higher and in our mocks, i'm at a grammar school the grade 9 was calculated using the formula and it came out as 78%
so that would make at 8 like 70% ****
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2 years ago
#18
I got like 65-70 marks in paper 1 but in paper 2 i got anywhere from 60-80 , i really have no idea
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2 years ago
#19
i got like 80-90 paper1, and i think 85-92 in paper 2, well i really hope i did. ik i messed up the lightbulb question as i calculated current not resistance and 1 or 2 of the one markers
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2 years ago
#20
What the hell was the six marker - it didn't make any sense. Should get the exam board to sit some English GCSEs....
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