This is a repeat session, everyone is welcome to attend.
We are now seeing some tricky questions appearing on physics exams, those 6-mark equation questions where students have to perform another calculation on their way to the final answer. These questions are often worth lots of marks and so are worth doing well. In this session we’ll look at a method for doing these types of question, and then apply this to some real GCSE questions. Regardless of your teaching background hopefully you’ll find this useful in teaching one of those trickier skills in physics.
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