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Worried about AH Physics NEED to get a B

Haris

Posted 22 April 2007 - 05:10 PM

I'm sitting AH Physics this year, and it's vital I get a B so I can get into Dundee uni. I handed my investigation on 'g' by freefall before the Easter holidays. I'm hoping to get full marks (or somewhere close to that ) in the investigation so I have a better chance of getting a B in the final exam.

So far, I've revised the Mechanics unit and I'm currently revising the Electrical Phenomena unit (nearly finished). What do you think is the best way to test your knowledge? I'm attempting the tutorial questions right now. There's also course questions, but they seem harder than the actual past paper questions?! Should I be worried if I'm finding the course questions hard? After I've attemped all the tutorial questions successfully I'm going to go through the past paper questions. Is there anyhting else I should be doing? Any suggestions/help would be appreciated


broughy

Posted 22 April 2007 - 05:59 PM

i recommend past papers. what i did when i was revising for school exams was to go through the whole course & summarise my notes for it, and then do the past papers. that meant that when i had a problem with any of the past papers, i had a set of nice neat notes where i could look for it & find it fairly easily, as opposed to my class notes which always ended up being a bit of a mess!

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