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Convert content to exam-style questions (physics)
« on: January 07, 2019, 01:08:41 pm »
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Hey!


You're probably aware that practice questions are a useful form of revision, and that it's generally best to practice throughout the entire year rather than waiting until the end; you might not be aware that making your own practice questions can be included in this.

Remember that answering questions the way VCAA likes (eg using the provided units, showing substitution into the equation) is a valuable habit to ingrain as well as understanding and knowing the content

I'd encourage everyone to make a few questions and contribute them to this thread - if you're unsure about your question or answer post anyway (feel free to note any uncertainty) and other users will check it :)

Guidelines:
- can be of any form (eg. Alex thinks this and Tyler thinks that, who's right?, diagram, multiple choice, short answer, graph)
- put the answer in a spoiler
- the study design is a great resource for reminding you of what topics you could write on
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