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For higher SQA assignments such as biology, chemistry and physics, is there a maximum number of evaluations you can have in the evaluation section.

Is 5 points too much?
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For higher SQA assignments such as biology, chemistry and physics, is there a maximum number of evaluations you can have in the evaluation section.

Is 5 points too much?
No, you won't be penalised for writing more than you need - so long as you can write fast enough in the write up stage!
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That's good, thanks
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Can anyone help me with advice on physics assignment
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Can anyone help me with advice on physics assignment
What do u need help with, I just did my physics assignment last Friday
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I’m not sure what to put for my analysis as there is no constant I can calculate or a further calculation I could do
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I’m not sure what to put for my analysis as there is no constant I can calculate or a further calculation I could do
Just calculate the gradient
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Just calculate the gradient
Can you not calculate the gradient?
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Can you not calculate the gradient?
It is a curve I think I’m just going to talk about systematic uncertainties
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It is a curve I think I’m just going to talk about systematic uncertainties
What’s the experiment
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What’s the experiment
Current in an led and illuminance
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