2020 JAN IGCSE Physics P1 and P2 Discussion

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Hello Guys,
This will be the Official thread for the 2020 JAN IGCSE Physics P1 and P2,
which are on the 13th and 16th of January.

Here you can share exam tips and discuss answers after the exams.

We Welcome Physics IGCSE candidates and anyone who wishes to help.
Last edited by 999QR; 1 year ago
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Evil Homer

Is anyone doing Physics IGCSE P1 on next Monday?
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#4
Hello,
how did everyone do?
i personally found the questions pretty easy and I'm expecting an 8 or a 9.
any question you guys need to make sure of?
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1 year ago
#5
@999QR what were we supposed to be done in the question about the foot?
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(Original post by Cueball002)
@999QR what were we supposed to be done in the question about the foot?
so each length was 2cm so 2x2=4cmsquared
and then you cant the squares which was approximately 37 squares.
and then you multiply 4 by 37 to get the answer, i dont remember what i wrote w=for the answer but this is how i did it.
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1 year ago
#7
Would it not be 27 squares because that’s how much actual squares was in the outline.But the rest was half in and out of the outline
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(Original post by GSLFC)
Would it not be 27 squares because that’s how much actual squares was in the outline.But the rest was half in and out of the outline
but you can add up the half squares and approximately get 37.
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1 year ago
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@999QR i got 46 squares, i counted all the squares that the foot covered
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1 year ago
#10
do u think they will count that as wrong???
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(Original post by Cueball002)
@999QR i got 46 squares, i counted all the squares that the foot covered
There were half squares so i dont think you can count it as a whole.
you might get 1 mark for doing 2x2.
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1 year ago
#12
How did everyone find p2?
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#13
(Original post by Refraction)
How did everyone find p2?
I think p1 was easier but p2 wasnt that hard.
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1 year ago
#14
Ok that’s strange a most found p2 easier. What do you think the grade boundaries will be?
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(Original post by Refraction)
Ok that’s strange a most found p2 easier. What do you think the grade boundaries will be?
140 for a 9?
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1 year ago
#16
That’s high considering last years was 135. 115 for an 8. What was your answer for the last question on p2. Orbital radius question
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1 year ago
#17
Also very annoyed because there weren’t any questions on nuclear fission or chain reactions.
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(Original post by Refraction)
That’s high considering last years was 135. 115 for an 8. What was your answer for the last question on p2. Orbital radius question
Was the orbital radius P1 or P2?
i think it was on P1, my answer was 15.6
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1 year ago
#19
I got 15.6 too. Thanks
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#20
(Original post by Refraction)
I got 15.6 too. Thanks
YAY!!
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