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CiggyZ

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SAC NEXT WEEK
« on: April 25, 2019, 12:27:13 pm »
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Good Day Fellow Students;
Next week I will be having a Physics SAC with 3 components;
AOS1 - Data Analysis component
AOS1 - Performing practical investigation component
AOS1 - Practical Response (Written)
For the Following Chapters;
Gravity, Electric and Magnetic Fields; and Applications of Fields
What do you reckon is the best way to study/prepare for this SAC, as teachers are providing much feedback; alongside other teachers because they have never completed a SAC of such manner.
Kind Regards, CiggyZ

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Re: SAC NEXT WEEK
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2019, 01:13:36 pm »
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Good Day Fellow Students;
Next week I will be having a Physics SAC with 3 components;
AOS1 - Data Analysis component
AOS1 - Performing practical investigation component
AOS1 - Practical Response (Written)
For the Following Chapters;
Gravity, Electric and Magnetic Fields; and Applications of Fields
What do you reckon is the best way to study/prepare for this SAC, as teachers are providing much feedback; alongside other teachers because they have never completed a SAC of such manner.
Kind Regards, CiggyZ

Maybe brainstorm a couple of limitations/errors that will affect the results and possible solutions to them. Make sure you understand the concepts well in case there are questions that ask you what will happen if the experiment is set up wrong and why it will not work properly. Understand the scientific method stuff like knowing the difference between systematic and random errors, independent and dependent variables. Maybe some checkpoints questions.
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CiggyZ

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Re: SAC NEXT WEEK
« Reply #2 on: April 25, 2019, 03:17:50 pm »
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Thanks G; if you can give me more pointers I will be glad
Kind Regards, CiggyZ