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memorising physics equations gcse

was wondering if the equations given in the physics papers are the same every year or are the ones your given changed every year

and if there is a full list of all the equations we need to know

also if you have any advice on memorising the equations
Reply 1
Find an equation sheet from the old spec, use it in your practice, and every single time you use one of the formulae, write it down. Even if you're doing 20 questions all from the same topic that use the same formula, write it down every time.
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Reply 2
Original post by Sinnoh
Find an equation sheet from the old spec, use it in your practice, and every single time you use one of the formulae, write it down. Even if you're doing 20 questions all from the same topic that use the same formula, write it down every time.


i was planning to make flashcards for all the equations i can find from a list i found online

so would you recommend tallying how often each equations comes up?
Reply 3
Original post by million.
i was planning to make flashcards for all the equations i can find from a list i found online

so would you recommend tallying how often each equations comes up?


that would be unnecessary. if you just print out, say, this: https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resources/physics/AQA-8463-ES-INS.PDF
and use it when you practise, you will eventually memorise the equations if you do enough questions
Reply 4
Original post by Sinnoh
that would be unnecessary. if you just print out, say, this: https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resources/physics/AQA-8463-ES-INS.PDF
and use it when you practise, you will eventually memorise the equations if you do enough questions


okay thank you:smile:

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Reply 5
Original post by million.
okay thank you:smile:

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Ah, I was just trying to emphasise the point.

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