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So i did the practical and you guys know that we can make some changes DURING THE unit 3 theory exam..but f i make any changes should i let my partner know as wel ?
Would i be in trouble if both of us have different themes( eg . my partner didnt convert units to seconds but i converted it to seconds)

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i don't think you would get in trouble. the examiners don't know who you worked with
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i don't think you would get in trouble. the examiners don't know who you worked with
But i would get in trouble if i changed the results right?
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But i would get in trouble if i changed the results right?
you wouldn't get in trouble but if your results look wrong you might not get the marks
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heres a bit of advice: don't take too long on writing your results table in the exam. you will wast your time
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heres a bit of advice: don't take too long on writing your results table in the exam. you will wast your time
okay thanks
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is your actual exam on monday 20th
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is your actual exam on monday 20th
no im doing mine in summer
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is your actual exam on monday 20th
yep
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(Original post by WhyamIhere26)
So i did the practical and you guys know that we can make some changes DURING THE unit 3 theory exam..but f i make any changes should i let my partner know as wel ?
Would i be in trouble if both of us have different themes( eg . my partner didnt convert units to seconds but i converted it to seconds)

thanks!!
what was the practical for the exam? my practical is on the 14th not 10th which was yesterday
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What practical was your exam? Just checking because my practical is on the 14th, not the 10th like yours and the written paper is on the 20th for me.
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i don't think you would get in trouble. the examiners don't know who you worked with
what was the practical?
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heres a bit of advice: don't take too long on writing your results table in the exam. you will wast your time
what was the practical?
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what was the practical?
Well basically first you heat A HCl solution to 10 degrees and place it on a boiling tube ..then use an agar jelly containing phenolphthalein ...when u put the agar into the boiling tube u need to record the time it takes for the red colour of the agar to turn colourless.
Then i repeated the steps 3 times for 10 degrees...
Then i repeated the experiment for HcL solutions of temperatures 10,20,30,40,50,60 degrees
And finally youre observation would be greater the temperature ..lower the time taken to turn colourless
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Thanks man. My practical is on the 14th btw. So now i know what to revise😂
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(Original post by WhyamIhere26)
Well basically first you heat A HCl solution to 10 degrees and place it on a boiling tube ..then use an agar jelly containing phenolphthalein ...when u put the agar into the boiling tube u need to record the time it takes for the red colour of the agar to turn colourless.
Then i repeated the steps 3 times for 10 degrees...
Then i repeated the experiment for HcL solutions of temperatures 10,20,30,40,50,60 degrees
And finally youre observation would be greater the temperature ..lower the time taken to turn colourless
thanks man. my practical is on the 14th. so now i know what to revise.
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Mine is on the 20th aswell.
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how long does the practical take?
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What practical was your exam? Just checking because my practical is on the 14th, not the 10th like yours and the written paper is on the 20th for me.
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after the exam on the 20th can someone please tell me the topics that came up and what the planning experiment was about
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