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I've noticed they're generally a lot easier than standard a level exam questions, but a lot of people swear by them for practice even though they're way easier. which website is best for practising physics questions that are of the right standard?
Also any tips for an A*
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I've noticed they're generally a lot easier than standard a level exam questions, but a lot of people swear by them for practice even though they're way easier. which website is best for practising physics questions that are of the right standard?
Also any tips for an A*
I feel like most of the good Qs are from the exam boards and only teachers can access them. Because they switched exam specs in 2019 and we havent had any other past paper to go off of
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Savemyexams is better.
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Savemyexams is better.
Dont you have to pay for it though to see the answers?
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The best of the best?

Umutech
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Dont you have to pay for it though to see the answers?
Yeah... it's only £5 though and maybe your school/college has access?
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The best of the best?

Umutech
It's only for AQA....
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It's only for AQA....
I know!
The best of the best for AQA.
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I know!
The best of the best for AQA.
You don't know whether OP is doing AQA though
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Get a decent textbook and you'll be fine. Imo the PMT questions aren't comparable to real exam questions since they're older (personally I think the newer papers are more complex/require more thinking i.e. harder.)
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You don't know whether OP is doing AQA though
that's okay. If they're doing AQA, then great, umutech is just for you. If there is another exam board they're studying, that's okay, because other sites, like PMT, or savemyexams (as you mentioned) will also have questions tailored to their exam board.

I simply suggested umutech for AQA questions, and I thought in terms of past paper questions, especially newer ones, which tend to be more in line with
recent exam questions.
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which website is best for practising physics questions that are of the right standard?
They're the best in terms of 'new spec', i.e. in line with the most recent specification, and also the website structures each topic in way that is easy to understand.

That is all
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