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Hi guys,
Does anyone know the types of questions that came up on this paper so I know which areas to focus on
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hey there, i sat my paper yesterday, i did higher tier and struggled a lot it was really hard..
though idk if it was designed by my school but the subjects that were on it were:
- non renewable and renewable sources , they asked a question about different sources and what kind of energy they are ( eg thermal, chemical )
- Half life ( only a small easy question )
specific heat capacity ( i failed this question, they asked to find the mass )
- the symbol for a fuse
- the domestic energy ( 230v and 50hz was the answer )
i cant remember anymore,
ask your teacher for a checklist, and make sure you know all the equations, they give u some equations just not all. GOODLUCK
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hey there, i sat my paper yesterday, i did higher tier and struggled a lot it was really hard..
though idk if it was designed by my school but the subjects that were on it were:
- non renewable and renewable sources , they asked a question about different sources and what kind of energy they are ( eg thermal, chemical )
- Half life ( only a small easy question )
specific heat capacity ( i failed this question, they asked to find the mass )
- the symbol for a fuse
- the domestic energy ( 230v and 50hz was the answer )
i cant remember anymore,
ask your teacher for a checklist, and make sure you know all the equations, they give u some equations just not all. GOODLUCK
Thank you. It went ok but I waffled a lot on most of the questions and also think I got the specific heat capacity one wrong
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Thank you. It went ok but I waffled a lot on most of the questions and also think I got the specific heat capacity one wrong
i failed it too dw lol
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is this triple higher? I’ve got my exam on Wednesday lol
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is this triple higher? I’ve got my exam on Wednesday lol
triple had a lot more on it i believe, though the specific heat capacity Q was definitely on triple ( my twin does triple )
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hey there, i sat my paper yesterday, i did higher tier and struggled a lot it was really hard..
though idk if it was designed by my school but the subjects that were on it were:
- non renewable and renewable sources , they asked a question about different sources and what kind of energy they are ( eg thermal, chemical )
- Half life ( only a small easy question )
specific heat capacity ( i failed this question, they asked to find the mass )
- the symbol for a fuse
- the domestic energy ( 230v and 50hz was the answer )
i cant remember anymore,
ask your teacher for a checklist, and make sure you know all the equations, they give u some equations just not all. GOODLUCK
hi, have you done biology paper one yet?
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hi, have you done biology paper one yet?
yeah i have done both biology papers, though again idk if it’s just for my school ,on paper 1
there was ( higher paper )
: the structure of the leaf, and what each part does , eg : the phloem, xylem , spongey mesophill
there was a question about
- microscope question ( image size = actual size x magnification )
- food tests
- improving the pond weed practical
- drug trial testing
- enzymes
- osmosis
- what’s the difference between a bacteria and plant cell
( that’s all i can remember )
paper 2:
- ruler drop test ( about reaction time )
- labelling the thyroid, adrenal and ovaries in a diagram
- what enzyme digests starch ( amylase )
- food chains
abiotic and buotic factors ( biotic = living , abiotic is non living )
- IVF ( the stages and why it increases the chance of fertility / pregnancy )
- a lot about the menstraul cycle, mainly about LH
- the nervous system and how it works ( S R S R M E R , = stimulus, receptor, sensory neurone , relay neurone , motor neurone, effector , response ) ITS A GOOD RHYME LEARN IT
- definition of homeostasis ( meaning= maintaining the optimum internal environment )
- you need to know what hormone acts on what ( they were - pancreas - insulin - liver, adrenal gland - adrenaline- heart, pituitary gland - oestrogen - uterus )
ummm and yea that’s all i can think of, paper 2 was easier , GOODLUCK I HOPE I HELPED!
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yeah i have done both biology papers, though again idk if it’s just for my school ,on paper 1
there was ( higher paper )
: the structure of the leaf, and what each part does , eg : the phloem, xylem , spongey mesophill
there was a question about
- microscope question ( image size = actual size x magnification )
- food tests
- improving the pond weed practical
- drug trial testing
- enzymes
- osmosis
- what’s the difference between a bacteria and plant cell
( that’s all i can remember )
paper 2:
- ruler drop test ( about reaction time )
- labelling the thyroid, adrenal and ovaries in a diagram
- what enzyme digests starch ( amylase )
- food chains
abiotic and buotic factors ( biotic = living , abiotic is non living )
- IVF ( the stages and why it increases the chance of fertility / pregnancy )
- a lot about the menstraul cycle, mainly about LH
- the nervous system and how it works ( S R S R M E R , = stimulus, receptor, sensory neurone , relay neurone , motor neurone, effector , response ) ITS A GOOD RHYME LEARN IT
- definition of homeostasis ( meaning= maintaining the optimum internal environment )
- you need to know what hormone acts on what ( they were - pancreas - insulin - liver, adrenal gland - adrenaline- heart, pituitary gland - oestrogen - uterus )
ummm and yea that’s all i can think of, paper 2 was easier , GOODLUCK I HOPE I HELPED!
Thank you so much xx I don’t know if it’s too much to ask but have you also done the chemistry papers? ☺️
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have y done chemistry paper 2
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Thank you so much xx I don’t know if it’s too much to ask but have you also done the chemistry papers? ☺️
ahah yeah i’ve finished them, AGAIN idk if my school designed them themselves but here’s what i got/ can remember
chemistry paper 1:
energy change practical ( with the polystyrene cup )
method of crystallisation
question about graphene and diamond, the properties of them
displacement reactions
uhh i can’t remember anything else cus i did the paper last week, but paper 2 contains..
- how to calculate carbon footprint
- evolution of the atmosphere
- green house gases
- the effects of sulfur dioxide , solid particles and umm.. carbon monoxide
- alkenes and alkanes
-the formula for them and how to test it, ( using bromine water )
- how to calc mass change in gas by using a graph
- disappearing cross practical
- factors effecting rate of reaction
- fraction distillation
ok i can’t remember anymore but there was definitely more, just study those main topics or smth
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I have no idea how you have remembered all of that!
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ahah yeah i’ve finished them, AGAIN idk if my school designed them themselves but here’s what i got/ can remember
chemistry paper 1:
energy change practical ( with the polystyrene cup )
method of crystallisation
question about graphene and diamond, the properties of them
displacement reactions
uhh i can’t remember anything else cus i did the paper last week, but paper 2 contains..
- how to calculate carbon footprint
- evolution of the atmosphere
- green house gases
- the effects of sulfur dioxide , solid particles and umm.. carbon monoxide
- alkenes and alkanes
-the formula for them and how to test it, ( using bromine water )
- how to calc mass change in gas by using a graph
- disappearing cross practical
- factors effecting rate of reaction
- fraction distillation
ok i can’t remember anymore but there was definitely more, just study those main topics or smth
Thank you so much, you’ve helped a lot xx
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Thank you so much, you’ve helped a lot xx
no problem x
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Do anyone of you remember the specific heat capacity question in detail, so I can try it out myself.
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no problem x
were there any hard question on forces and motion? or space?
I did my chemistry exam today and it was pretty hard and i'm hoping that physics goes better.
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yeah i have done both biology papers, though again idk if it’s just for my school ,on paper 1
there was ( higher paper )
: the structure of the leaf, and what each part does , eg : the phloem, xylem , spongey mesophill
there was a question about
- microscope question ( image size = actual size x magnification )
- food tests
- improving the pond weed practical
- drug trial testing
- enzymes
- osmosis
- what’s the difference between a bacteria and plant cell
( that’s all i can remember )
paper 2:
- ruler drop test ( about reaction time )
- labelling the thyroid, adrenal and ovaries in a diagram
- what enzyme digests starch ( amylase )
- food chains
abiotic and buotic factors ( biotic = living , abiotic is non living )
- IVF ( the stages and why it increases the chance of fertility / pregnancy )
- a lot about the menstraul cycle, mainly about LH
- the nervous system and how it works ( S R S R M E R , = stimulus, receptor, sensory neurone , relay neurone , motor neurone, effector , response ) ITS A GOOD RHYME LEARN IT
- definition of homeostasis ( meaning= maintaining the optimum internal environment )
- you need to know what hormone acts on what ( they were - pancreas - insulin - liver, adrenal gland - adrenaline- heart, pituitary gland - oestrogen - uterus )
ummm and yea that’s all i can think of, paper 2 was easier , GOODLUCK I HOPE I HELPED!
OMG! did u do the Physics and Chem 2020 one as well? i don't know if you'll remember but it'll be LIFE SAVER, please reply
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