# AQA GCSE Physics Paper 2 (Higher Tier) 8463/2H - 23 Jun 2022 [Exam Chat]

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AQA GCSE Physics Paper 2 (Higher Tier) 8463/2H - 23 Jun 2022 [Exam Chat]

Here is the exam discussion for this exam. Talk anything from how to revise for it, specific questions or time management

Date/Time: Thursday 23rd June AM
Length: 1h45

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The exam I’m dreading the most
gonna revise the foundation advanced info and not the higher for this one lmaoo
Original post by archagan
gonna revise the foundation advanced info and not the higher for this one lmaoo

lol
What did you guys get for the 6 marker on density
I got 1040 but Idk if its right or not
How was the exam?
Original post by Yurtyyinkmonger
I got 1040 but Idk if its right or not

I think I got something with those numbers too I forgot tbh😭
Original post by caye0189
What did you guys get for the 6 marker on density

0.104 I think
Original post by Yurtyyinkmonger
I got 1040 but Idk if its right or not

you forgot the block was 10cm height anyway. so the answer was 1083 not 1040. I made your mistake then corrected
Original post by lm77x
0.104 I think

W8 did u convert the cm into metres
15m for power line length?
Original post by Yurtyyinkmonger
I got 1040 but Idk if its right or not

I got that!
Original post by caye0189
15m for power line length?

Yhh I got that
Original post by Jason:(
you forgot the block was 10cm height anyway. so the answer was 1083 not 1040. I made your mistake then corrected

Didn't it say the force on the TOP surface of the the brick was 600?
Original post by TheDarkSideDude
Didn't it say the force on the TOP surface of the the brick was 600?

That’s what I thought too and I got 0.104
Yh same I got 1040 for the Density one. And like 15m for the length but don't k iw if was right.
Original post by caye0189
That’s what I thought too and I got 0.104

but u had to convert the cm^2 to m^2
Original post by MarwaHZ
but u had to convert the cm^2 to m^2

wouldn’t that make it smaller?