The First Cohort of IAL In My School - A Year 12 Journey Watch

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The Physics test today was very difficult, but fortunately I passed.
However, I completed 18 questions without missing one on tomorrow's test topic for Chemistry, so I am going to smash it!
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I have smashed my Chemistry test yesterday!
I am going to make great progress in my Chemistry and Physics as well as starting revision for a test 2 weeks later, as Hong Kong is so unsafe and I don't want to go out.
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I have completed 6 exercises on Energy and Work. It seems that I have started quite early for my Physics test next week.
I will do 2 more in the afternoon, as well as some Chemistry questions.
If I failed the Physics test, this will be the result of Man Utd vs Liverpool, played on 20/10/2019:
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I think losing 6-1 to your biggest rival team is really embarrassing, and winning 4-1 against them on their own turf is an excellent result, so it is a great motivation for me!
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I have completed half of the exercises over the past few days for Physics. I will also do a presentation on today's Physics lesson content on an MTR train tonight, as it departs North Point for Po Lam. I have also downloaded some Physics Olympiad questions for revision.
I have also drew the dot and cross diagrams, as well as displayed formulae, for 50 compounds, so I know Bonding in Chemistry in a highly mastered level!
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Update:
I have completed almost all of the exercises I downloaded online, but deleted 1 of them as it is totally off topic, despite its title named Momentum.
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I have completed all of the exercises from physicsandmathstutor.com for my test topics tomorrow, plus one AP exercise, which is even more challenging, and got all questions on the AP answered correctly.
I have already started Topic 4 Chemistry and Topic 3 Physics.
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I just turned my eClass password into the formula of terminal velocity, so I need to know it in order to get into eClass!
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I got the highest score in the class in the recent Chemistry and Physics tests, getting 93% and 95% respectively.
Because of this, here is the result of Man Utd vs Liverpool, to be played on Sunday:
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My tests are coming one after another, and I have 2 more next week. They are a Maths test on Monday (unit P1, chapters 1-2) and a Chemistry test on Friday (topics 3A and 3B).
If I failed any of the tests, this is the result of Liverpool vs Tottenham, to be played on 27/10/2019:
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But if I continued my 90% streak in them, this will be the result, and Liverpool will set a new record for consecutive Premier League wins in emphatic style should we beat Man Utd on Sunday!Name:  IMG_20191019_085510.jpg
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Also, I did a presentation on Fluid Flow and Viscosity on a CTB 619 bus (fleet number: 8474) and 2 presentations on Metallic Bonding on two MTR trains (carriage B312 on the 20:47 from North Point to Po Lam, and carriage C867 on the 20:53 from Yau Tong to Whampoa) yesterday. A few passengers on 8474 and C867 applauded me after the presentations.
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I have got another Chemistry test on the 31st. If I failed the test, this is the result of Aston Villa vs Liverpool, to be played on 2nd November:
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But if I got an A, this will be the result:
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I think losing 4-0 to a newly promoted club is embarrassing, and a 6-0 away win is fantastic regardless of the opponent, so I would prefer the 6-0 away win and use it as a motivation!
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I always use some silly methods to study, apart from doing presentations on buses and trains, as well as rewriting song lyrics with textbook content. I once turned letters into chemical formulas (alkanes), and finding out outliers and creating box plots from the league tables.
According to my calculations, Liverpool is an outlier as of GW 9!
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I have a Maths test and a Physics test coming next week. If I failed any of the tests, this will be the result of Liverpool vs Man City, to be played on 10/11/2019:
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But if I got an A in both of them, this will be the result and Liverpool will be 9 points clear at the top of the table!
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I'm also doing IAL math and the same units, how are you finding it? I just finished P1 and will have a full test on it next week
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(Original post by danaaltajer)
I'm also doing IAL math and the same units, how are you finding it? I just finished P1 and will have a full test on it next week
It is OK. I did further maths in IGCSE last year and got an 8.
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I DID REALLY BADLY IN MY CHEMISTRY TEST! ONLY 57%! IT WAS TERRIBLE!
I honestly found a few questions quite difficult. However, I changed the wallpaper of my tablet into the equation I got wrong, and put all of the suggested answers of the questions I got wrong into lyrics and sing them to the melodies from Tobu Railway, which is a railway company from Japan operating near Tokyo. I find that I am quite sensitive to numbers and music, so I can memorise everything if I turn them into songs. I will also write a 5000-word essay about all topics covered.
However, my first set of mocks is coming up. In order to study for the mock, the next game regarding Liverpool that I am able to watch is against Brighton, to be played on the weekend after the mocks. If I got all A grades in my mocks, Liverpool will claim a big win over Everton (4-0) in the Merseyside Derby on 5th December!
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EPL results on the weekend after I got 90%+ in 2 tests:
Liverpool 2 Leicester 1
Burnley 1 Everton 0
Man City 0 Wolves 2
Newcastle 1 Man Utd 0
This is the perfect weekend for a Liverpool fan!
So, I think these will happen if I get such results in my next 3 tests:
Crystal Palace 0 Liverpool 2
Sheff Utd 2 Man Utd 1
Man City 1 Chelsea 3
Everton 1 Norwich 5
Which is another perfect weekend!
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I got a 70% in my Physics test. It seems that I have started to get a revival after three bad results in Maths and Chemistry.
I have 3 Maths tests in 2 weeks afterwards.
In addition, as I found that a few people really missed Sidewalk Scientist, which aired on TVB for the last time in February, I will turn some topics into the format of the show to help everyone to revise! Each episode covers 3 topics, lasting up to 30 minutes.
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I got a 100% and a 82% in my last 2 Maths Tests! 8013 is on the way back to the top!
However my mocks are coming soon, and one of the teachers posted the WRONG syllabus online!
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As my school has finished Unit 1, the first set of mocks are on Unit 1. I made use of today's class suspension to study for the mocks.
I did two Physics Unit 1 papers and found them challenging. I should do more of them.
However, I did pretty well on a Chemistry Unit 1 paper today, scoring an A grade.
I will take some rest and move on to Maths.
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