AQA P3 GCSE exam

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Hi, my science class are extremely behind, we have a physics exam in 3 weeks and have only just started the physics topic. This means I'm going to have to do some ******** revision at home teaching myself, on top of all my other exams. So getting to the question, does anyone know any websites (other than the aqa specification and past papers) that have any P3 revision sources? I can't find any, not even bitesize has any and my revision books aren't detailed enough - i ould appreciate ANY help!!! :) /thank-youuuu **

Posted: 03-05-11 17:39 by Rose

Bad luck, lol.

I'm sitting this exam myself..27 th May?..and we're not behind..

I would suggest buying a revision guide, one that is more detailed. I've got one that has even got practice questions throughout and a real exam paper at the end ;D Good practice.

But otherwise you're limited on resources, I tried to find it myself, but apparently it isn't really out there, 'cause only a few hundred people do it.

ps. You could ask your teacher for the student book? The one you use in school? Thse are generally more detailed ;D

Good luck..with.you know.. :$

Posted: 03-05-11 18:40 by Lizzy

Lizzy wrote:

Bad luck, lol.

I'm sitting this exam myself..27 th May?..and we're not behind..

I would suggest buying a revision guide, one that is more detailed. I've got one that has even got practice questions throughout and a real exam paper at the end ;D Good practice.

But otherwise you're limited on resources, I tried to find it myself, but apparently it isn't really out there, 'cause only a few hundred people do it.

ps. You could ask your teacher for the student book? The one you use in school? Thse are generally more detailed ;D

Good luck..with.you know.. :$

Thanks, do you know what your revision guide is called? And yes I would love it if my teacher would but knowing her... she wouldn't :'( Thanks again :D

Posted: 03-05-11 18:56 by Rose

Hey there,

Im also doing the same exam as you.

I would suggest buying the Physics Revision Guide Publish By CGP, as its got the core content of P3.

The AQA Physics Text book, from Nelson Thornes would be quite costly especially having to use it for only 3 weeks, that'd come around £16-18, however that is the best resource there is

I have also uploaded a powerpoint on Ray Diagrams if you want to have a look at that

http://getrevising.co.uk/account/resources/aqa_physics_unit_3_ray_diagrams

Hope This Helps,

Frenchie :)

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Posted: 03-05-11 22:09 by Frenchie

If you can't get a hold of a text book, this is an excellent resource to use with enough detail:

http://getrevising.co.uk/files/documents/aqa_physics_unit_p3_higher_tier_revision_notes/Unit%203%20Revision%20Notes.pdf

Posted: 04-05-11 11:05 by N. M

Hi, erm Author, thanks so much for your link. Does that link contain the whole of P3?

If it does, then thanks in advance. You might just be my life saver :]

Posted: 04-05-11 14:58 by Paxo

Paxo wrote:

Hi, erm Author, thanks so much for your link. Does that link contain the whole of P3?

If it does, then thanks in advance. You might just be my life saver :]

 Yep, that's the whole of the P3 unit (AQA). I'd still use one more source like a textbook to ensure you've covered everything ^^

Posted: 05-05-11 11:01 by N. M

http://getrevising.co.uk/resources/p3_turning_forces_quiz_16_brilliant_questions that'll help ya know what you know about some of it **

Posted: 17-05-11 10:42 by Georgina

I'm doing mine on 27th May ... I suggest you do buy a revision book.. actually i would recommend the CGP (black colour ones) complete revision guide.

or if you want I could a whole revision guide on my computer I could send to you?just let me know if you want it :) Its straight forward and simple, but since you have only started physics at school you might find it hard, but if so I have no problem with helping you :) good luck :)

Posted: 17-05-11 17:48 by Jennifer