I need more engineering physics questions (rotational dynamics)

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Our optional topic for AQA A-level Physics is Engineering Physics. I've done all the questions that are offered for rotational dynamics on physicsandmathstutor and I was wondering if anyone had extra resources/questions that they can recommend so I can get more practice with them. Thanks.
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Have you had a look here: https://www.savemyexams.co.uk/a-leve...questions-pdf/
and here: https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com...ering-physics/ ?
also AQA's site here: https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/scie...ment-resources
but bear in mind you will find similar questions for that topic from other boards so if you've exhausted your supply do look at questions from OCR / Edexel etc: they may have a slightly different flavour but will give you factual practice.

Also, you can look to the earlier specifications if you've run out of recent paper questions from AQA.

Finally, if you've learned the topic well enough to do all the questions and gain full marks, don't spend more time on that topic but move on to a more challenging (for you) one.

Good luck
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(Original post by Lysistrata)
Have you had a look here: https://www.savemyexams.co.uk/a-leve...questions-pdf/
and here: https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com...ering-physics/ ?
also AQA's site here: https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/scie...ment-resources
but bear in mind you will find similar questions for that topic from other boards so if you've exhausted your supply do look at questions from OCR / Edexel etc: they may have a slightly different flavour but will give you factual practice.

Also, you can look to the earlier specifications if you've run out of recent paper questions from AQA.

Finally, if you've learned the topic well enough to do all the questions and gain full marks, don't spend more time on that topic but move on to a more challenging (for you) one.

Good luck
thanks a lot!! sadly I've looked at the majority of the resources but I found this website which has some new questions I haven't seen before:
https://www.revisely.co.uk/alevel/ph...eering-physics
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(Original post by Lysistrata)
Have you had a look here: https://www.savemyexams.co.uk/a-leve...questions-pdf/
and here: https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com...ering-physics/ ?
also AQA's site here: https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/scie...ment-resources
but bear in mind you will find similar questions for that topic from other boards so if you've exhausted your supply do look at questions from OCR / Edexel etc: they may have a slightly different flavour but will give you factual practice.

Also, you can look to the earlier specifications if you've run out of recent paper questions from AQA.

Finally, if you've learned the topic well enough to do all the questions and gain full marks, don't spend more time on that topic but move on to a more challenging (for you) one.

Good luck
I'll also have a look at the old spec papers , but I'm a little doubtful about other exam boards. Some people told me that it might confuse me more than help me. Thank you for the advice tho!
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