So it seems this year NESA is testing waters with the new syllabus for various subjects in these years exam (eg english advanced modules and biology). Do you think this years physics paper could follow this trend? Maybe more projectile motion?
Yeah those are my favourite too. I'm just hoping theres not too many complex motors and generators questions in multiple choice, I always lose marks on thoseYes especially in physics NESA will probably focus more on the critical thinking aspects of Physics like interpreting data, equating formulas and deriving equations for random situations.
Which is GREAT news because I love these kinds of questions as opposed to writing essays on Physics
Fair enough. The way I do those questions is, for example if it is a graph including flux, I just imagine how the flux would change in my head to get it.Yeah those are my favourite too. I'm just hoping theres not too many complex motors and generators questions in multiple choice, I always lose marks on those
That'd be crazy if q from the 2019 sample paper was in the 2018 phys examhaha I'd recommend you to try the new Physics sample material here: http://educationstandards.nsw.edu.au/wps/wcm/connect/6b5246a2-9222-43db-8961-50ccee68d4d1/sample-questions-new-hsc-physics-exam-2019.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CVID=
Because in the biology exam, question 3 in the 2019 syllabus practice paper for the new syllabus (here: http://educationstandards.nsw.edu.au/wps/wcm/connect/c4c34161-7764-4150-b1db-2478dbd23337/sample-questions-new-hsc-biology-exam-2019.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CVID= ) was literally in the 2018 HSC paper.