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Ansaki

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doing physics without doing unit 1 and 2
« on: January 19, 2019, 07:33:22 pm »
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havent done physics in year 10 and i havent done units 1 and 2
what do you guys say i gotta do to catch up and perform well throughout the year?
and i go to a under represented school does this effect my study score in any way?
my study score aim is 40 at least... is this possible for me?
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Re: doing physics without doing unit 1 and 2
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2019, 07:57:50 pm »
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and i go to a under represented school does this effect my study score in any way?
No. But under represented schools (generalising here, not all true) tend to have a mixed bag of students therefore potentially dragging down your study scores due to cohort strength (lack of it). 40 is possible in any situation, though.

I'll leave the Physics-specific commentary to somebody who has done it.
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Re: doing physics without doing unit 1 and 2
« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2019, 01:19:28 am »
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Yooo most important thing to catch up on is probably the forces and motions topics. Also I would personally recommend you have a solid understanding of electrical circuits and are able to do V=IR on different components of a circuit (as it becomes relevant when dealing with transformers). Might be forgetting a little but it would defo be advantageous to catch up on forces and motion.

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