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Alright so theres less than a week to go till the Combined science trilogy Physics Higher paper 1, Post your prediction and revision material here.
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Alpha scattering experiment could very likely come up
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Yh, thats the Rutherford experiment right? and also I think half life and characteristics of gamma, beta and alpha rays are gonna come up
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yeahh that's the one also theres a good chance of the particle arrangements coming up too x
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here's my predicted they are always accurate. i predicted exactly what came up on the bio paper and chem

-P1 all
-P2 might not come up but im revising the RP (req practical)
-P3 all nothing on energy came up
-P4 series circuit (prob) + thermistor. im not entirely sure what might come up from this chapter + RP
-P5 all
-P6 internal energy (or smth like that) + change of state (prob describe the graph + specif latent heat)
-P7 alpha, beta, gamma + activity/half life and prob history of the atom
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There will at least be one question on a required practical so its worth learning all the required practical for paper 1 and there is only 4 for paper 1 physics to learn if you are doing combined science trilogy. Free science lesson videos are the best for revising required practicals:

Link to required practicals for paper 1 physics(freesicencelesson vids): https://www.freesciencelessons.co.uk...ed-practicals/

P.S. There is one for triple which you don't need to know which should be highlighted on the above website ^^.
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here's my predicted they are always accurate. i predicted exactly what came up on the bio paper and chem

-P1 all
-P2 might not come up but im revising the RP (req practical)
-P3 all nothing on energy came up
-P4 series circuit (prob) + thermistor. im not entirely sure what might come up from this chapter + RP
-P5 all
-P6 internal energy (or smth like that) + change of state (prob describe the graph + specif latent heat)
-P7 alpha, beta, gamma + activity/half life and prob history of the atom
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List of equations that needs to be learned for physics paper 1:
These are most of the equations for physics paper 1 that needs to be learned:

potential difference = current x resistance
charge flow = current x time
power = potential difference x current
power = current^2 x resistance
power = energy transferred/time
energy transferred = power x time
efficiency (in terms of power)= useful power output/total power input
efficiency(in terms of energy transferred) = useful energy transferred/total energy transferred
work done = force x distance

kinetic energy = 0.5 x mass x velocity squared
gravitational potential energy = mass x gravitational field strength x height
elastic potential energy = o.5 x spring constant x extension squared
density = mass/volume

These are the ones I can remember at the moment so there might be more, if there are more or if you think any of the above ones are incorrect please feel free to post it and I will add to the list.
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(Original post by sonu2003)
List of equations that needs to be learned for physics paper 1:
These are most of the equations for physics paper 1 that needs to be learned:

potential difference = current x resistance
charge flow = current x time
power = potential difference x current
power = current^2 x resistance
power = energy transferred/time
energy transferred = power x time
efficiency (in terms of power)= useful power output/total power input
efficiency(in terms of energy transferred) = useful energy transferred/total energy transferred

These are the ones I can remember at the moment so there might be more, if there are more or if you think any of the above ones are incorrect please feel free to post it and I will add to the list.
work done = force x distance
kinetic energy = 0.5 x mass x velocity squared
gravitational potential energy = mass x gravitationf field strenght x height
elastic potential energy = o.5 x spring constant x extension squared
density = mass/volume
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(Original post by sonu2003)
energy transferred = power x time
also energy transferred = charge x potential difference
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Oh yes, Thank you I will add it to the list :thumbsup:
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work done = force x distance
kinetic energy = 0.5 x mass x velocity squared
gravitational potential energy = mass x gravitationf field strenght x height
elastic potential energy = o.5 x spring constant x extension squared
density = mass/volume
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Okay thanks I added it to the list above ^^^
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also energy transferred = charge x potential difference
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Revision material for Physics paper 1:
Freesciencelesson vids: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqb...BVG3_bw/videos
Sceneca Learning
CGP Physics Revision Guide

If you have any suggestion, feel free to post them below and I will add to the list
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Anyone else think the grade boundrais are gonna be low like last year?
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I think that there will be a 6 marker on equations just like last year.
I think that they will make us mix and match circuits. E.g. A picture of an ammeter,thermistor and LDR and match it to their names.
I think there will be a question on Specific heat capacity.
A lot on circuits mostly series.
I think Nuclear and plum pudding will be either a 4 or 6 mark question.
At least 30-35 marks on equations.

Other than that I will be getting 70/70 on physics.I am joking but I want 60 marks out of 70.
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(Original post by Pro Gamer 2003)
I think that there will be a 6 marker on equations just like last year.
I think that they will make us mix and match circuits. E.g. A picture of an ammeter,thermistor and LDR and match it to their names.
I think there will be a question on Specific heat capacity.
A lot on circuits mostly series.
I think Nuclear and plum pudding will be either a 4 or 6 mark question.
At least 30-35 marks on equations.

Other than that I will be getting 70/70 on physics.I am joking but I want 60 marks out of 70.
specific heat capacity came up last year
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I think that there will be a 6 marker on equations just like last year.
I think that they will make us mix and match circuits. E.g. A picture of an ammeter,thermistor and LDR and match it to their names.
I think there will be a question on Specific heat capacity.
A lot on circuits mostly series.
I think Nuclear and plum pudding will be either a 4 or 6 mark question.
At least 30-35 marks on equations.

Other than that I will be getting 70/70 on physics.I am joking but I want 60 marks out of 70.
also, the havent put anything from P5 so expect a lot from that chapter
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Yh, I want to get like 55 in each of my science tests. hopfully will add up to a grade of 8-7 Physics is easy in the sense u can get lots of marks for learning equations
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I think that there will be a 6 marker on equations just like last year.
I think that they will make us mix and match circuits. E.g. A picture of an ammeter,thermistor and LDR and match it to their names.
I think there will be a question on Specific heat capacity.
A lot on circuits mostly series.
I think Nuclear and plum pudding will be either a 4 or 6 mark question.
At least 30-35 marks on equations.

Other than that I will be getting 70/70 on physics.I am joking but I want 60 marks out of 70.
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Which Topic is P5 in our school we grouped p1 p2 etc differently?
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Yh, I want to get like 55 in each of my science tests. hopfully will add up to a grade of 8-7 Physics is easy in the sense u can get lots of marks for learning equations
55+ in each paper is a 99 you only need 240 marks for a 99
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they might be bio was hard, while chemistry was alright. they might stay the same, go up or even go lower, can't assume with only 2 exams done
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