Physics equations & English Lit quotesWatch
However I’ve been finding remembering the physics equations terrifying. I’ve decided, worst comes to worst I could blag it right?
I mean if there are two numbers yeah and I can’t remember the equations, it’s either multiply or divide. If I do divide and it’s a tiny tiny tiny number and it’s asking me about momentum, I know it’s multiply right? Like I shouldn’t worry tooo much right? Or should I be like trying to memorise these equations like there is no tomorrow?
+++ the same sort of issue for English lit.
I know I’m Paper one they give you an extract, and my friend said you don’t need to remember a gross amount of quotes to pass this one as you can use from extract. I’m not so worried about paper two as you’ve got the unseen poetry which is a curve ball but always a bit easier bc you don’t have to remember mad quotes.
So anyway my question is should I be panicking about the quotes (I already know a lot But is it better to be safe than sorry?) and the equations and is my mixed matched technique valid or will I be screwed?
What exam board are you with? And what quotes do you need to learn apart from the poetry quotes? With physics if you are doing higher you will need to know the equations if you are doing double science or foundation or what ever you don’t need to work so much
I’m with Aqa and we’re doing r&j, acc And aic. I’m doing combined science foundation.
With your Romeo and Juliet, make sure you have key quotes with the analysis, I’m unsure what “acc” and “aic” are. Just do a couple hours of revision don’t stress about them. When your just out and about or in the shower even try to recite and remember the quations and quotes.
Best of luck
Ive been using a mixture of flash cards and just rewriting the quotes over and over again to try and remember. Ngl I literally have no idea what kinda question is gonna come up so I’m nervous as anything