I have my first mock tomorrow!- And it's Physics!!😞

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Yup, basically what the title says.
Any revision tips, websites, past experiences or condolences are most welcome.
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DW...I have my physics Alevel board exam tomorrow!!
Just do past papers and keep revising concepts.
ALL THE BEST! do tell how it goes.
also, r u giving GCSE exam? I might have a website or two.
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DW...I have my physics Alevel board exam tomorrow!!
Just do past papers and keep revising concepts.
ALL THE BEST! do tell how it goes.
also, r u giving GCSE exam? I might have a website or two.
Thanks, and yes it is GCSE
And now I feel really bad because GCSE physics seem so trivial compared to A-Level Physics
I wish you all the best too! I mean I can't even imagine how stressed you must be. Hope everything goes well and I am sure you'll do great! x
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I did my physics mock before Christmas. Make sure you know your equations! I don’t know what exam board you’re doing, but I did paper 1 AQA and 70% of the paper was equation-based and 30% knowledge. I’d use quizlet for revising equations, aswell as Seneca for last minute revision. I believe they also have a night before course for Physics GCSE so i would definitely try that!
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I did my physics mock before Christmas. Make sure you know your equations! I don’t know what exam board you’re doing, but I did paper 1 AQA and 70% of the paper was equation-based and 30% knowledge. I’d use quizlet for revising equations, aswell as Seneca for last minute revision. I believe they also have a night before course for Physics GCSE so i would definitely try that!
Thank You so much!
I'm also doing AQA Paper 1. Thanks again!
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Is there a topic I should focus on more I’ve got my physics mocks tomorrow aswell
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I did my physics mock before Christmas. Make sure you know your equations! I don’t know what exam board you’re doing, but I did paper 1 AQA and 70% of the paper was equation-based and 30% knowledge. I’d use quizlet for revising equations, aswell as Seneca for last minute revision. I believe they also have a night before course for Physics GCSE so i would definitely try that!
Hey, were there also a lot of graph questions... ?(I'm hoping the answer is no...)
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If you like videos, then there is always freesciencelessons on YouTube. It saved my science GCSEs two years ago as I'm a visual learner, and I ended up going from like a 4 to an 8. Would really recommend giving them a watch as he covers all topics
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If you like videos, then there is always freesciencelessons on YouTube. It saved my science GCSEs two years ago as I'm a visual learner, and I ended up going from like a 4 to an 8. Would really recommend giving them a watch as he covers all topics
Thanks, but whether or not I like videos depends when it comes to me...
I get bored and distracted really really easily, so the video has to be entertaining,
Will definitely try it though!
and I have discovered that I am an auditory learner, so if anyone does have some advice for me pls don't hesitate
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