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For the exam on 26th November

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Reckon there's gonna be an 6-8 marker on stars, but most likely a 5-6 marker on application of lenz law. Wonder what modules they'll combine this time, maybe projectile motion questions but with the picture/frames per second thingy?
 
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Reckon there's gonna be an 6-8 marker on stars, but most likely a 5-6 marker on application of lenz law. Wonder what modules they'll combine this time, maybe projectile motion questions but with the picture/frames per second thingy?
loads of trials had the projectile motion with the picture so I lowkey doubt it. Hopefully its the 5-6 on lenz law, love that stuff
 

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nothing on the big bang and stars or ac induction motors
 

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both ruse and grammar trials had no 9 markers so hope same thing transpires this year
 

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Reckon there might be a hard relativity question
 

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Reckon there might be a hard relativity question
perhaps but idk if you can make relativity hard. once you got it, you got it. just remember proper time isnt limited to the one not moving and theres two points of reference. length contraction has the potential to be hard.
 

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perhaps but idk if you can make relativity hard. once you got it, you got it. just remember proper time isnt limited to the one not moving and theres two points of reference. length contraction has the potential to be hard.
The twin question was hard imo, but that was the only hard relativity question I came across. Don't know if they can make harder
 

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The twin question was hard imo, but that was the only hard relativity question I came across. Don't know if they can make harder
are you able to post the question please? i know what youre talking about its about the twin paradox.
 

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do you guys think the physics exam will have more EM questions this year? Hopefully the paper doesn't focus on Kepler's laws
 

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i just hope the paper is like no physics trials ive done. i swear there is no such thing as a good physics trial cuz the hsc is much more clear and elegent in the questions.
In the PEM trial the first short answer question was a (nearly) impossible projectile motion question. It was 3 marks but took me 2 pages of working lol.
 

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In the PEM trial the first short answer question was a (nearly) impossible projectile motion question. It was 3 marks but took me 2 pages of working lol.
that group is so incompetent i dont even bother with them. the only decent paper i could find was normanhurst and even then it doesnt really reflect hsc style questions
 

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