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AQA is not responsible for the content of external sites, New and improved GCSE Science resources and support available, Request a Topics not listed may be assessed in linked or synoptic questions, Practicals;No core practicals are assessed in this paper, Core Practical 10.17 Construct electrical circuits to A: Investigate the relationship between potential difference, current and resistance for a resistor and a lampB: test series and parallel circuits using resistors and filament lamps, Core Practical 3.6Investigate the change in pH on adding powdered calcium hydroxide or calcium oxide to a fixed volume of dilute hydrochloric acid, Core Practical 3.31Investigate the electrolysis of copper sulfate solution with inert electrodes and copper electrodes, Core Practical 5.9C Carry out an accurate acid-alkali titration, using burette, pipette and a suitable indicator, Topic 1 Key concepts in chemistry Types of substance, Topic 1 Key concepts in chemistry Calculations involving masses, Topic 3 Chemical changes Acids and bases, Topic 3 Chemical changes Electrolytic processes, Topic 4 Extracting metals and equilibria Obtaining and using metals, Topic 5 Separate chemistry 1 Quantitative analysis, Topic 5 Separate chemistry 1 Dynamic equilibrium, Topic 2 Motion and forces Velocity and acceleration, Topic 2 Motion and forces Newtons 3rd law and momentum, Topic 3 Conservation of energy Energy transfers and efficiency, Topic 4 Waves Sound with applications, Topic 5 Light and the electromagnetic spectrum Light and lenses, Topic 6 Radioactivity Emission of ionising radiations, Topic 7 Astronomy Big Bang and Steady State theory, Core Practical 10.17 Construct electrical circuits to: A Investigate the relationship between potential difference, current and resistance for a resistor and a lampB: B test series and parallel circuits using resistors and filament lamps, Core Practical 3.6Investigate the change in pH on adding powdered calcium hydroxide or calcium oxide to a fixed volume of dilute hydrochloric acid, The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - 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Please enable JavaScript. 5: investigate how changes in concentration affect the rates of reactions by a method involving measuring the volume of a gas produced and a method involving a change in colour or turbidity. | PDF | 136 KB, Question paper(A-level): events. | PDF | 907 KB, Question paper (Modified A4 18pt)(A-level): Were also doing extra checks on the advance information and question papers for future exams. Core Practical 14.11 Investigate the properties of water by determining the specific heat capacity of water and obtaining a temperature-time graph for melting ice. Resources: Specification. 2021, Published 29 Jul 2022 with revision and exams. 2023 This should be an investigation developing a hypothesis.7: use of chemical tests to identify the ions in unknown single ionic compounds covering the ions from sections Flame tests through to Sulfates. Contact us Privacy policy Legal notice Cookie policy. The amount of energy required to raise the temperature of 1kg of a substance by 1 degree Celsius, problems and resolutions of specific heat capacity practical, thermal energy passing out of the beaker in the air-> insulator with lower thermal conductivity, system of transformers and high voltage cables, electricity passes through step up transformers - increase PD to 100,000 volts, particles colliding with the walls of the container that the gas is held in, less than 1/10 000 of the radius of an atom. Any chances that questions I'm not able . Physics AQA Paper 1 Advanced Information 2022 Term 1 / 57 what is specific heat capacity? It will be the first time advance information has been published about the exams. For full details on how your personal information will be used, stored and protected, and how to request further information from Oxford International AQA Examinations, please read our privacy policy. On Monday 7th February the exam boards released their advanced information materials ( version 1.0) to help schools plan for the upcoming exam season. | PDF | 157 KB, Examiner report(A-level): 0. Reply 1. reply. On Paper 1, students can choose whether to answer the prose fiction or drama question. Source A - 21st century autobiographical writing ; Source B - 19th century Essay; Section B: Writing . - November 5: investigate how changes in concentration affect the rates of reactions by a method involving measuring the volume of a gas produced and a method involving a change in colour or turbidity. | PDF | 593 KB, Question paper(A-level): non-exam assessment, fieldwork and live performance: - November Energy transfers were listed in the advance information (0.2 KB) as being assessed - but circuits were unfortunately listed as not being assessed. Energy which is stored by particles (atoms and molecules) within a system, increases the energy the particles have - This increases the internal energy, The amount of energy needed to change the state of 1kg of a substance without a change in temperature. When the object collides with the obstacle, energy is converted to: The kinetic store of the obstacle (making it move), The thermal store of the object and the obstacle (the particles in the object and the obstacle vibrate more). The object's energy is initially in the kinetic store as it moves upwards. Where the change in thermal energy, E, in joules, J, mass, m, in kilograms, kg, the specific heat capacity c, in joules per kilogram per degree Celsius, Jkg1C1 and the temperature change, T in degrees Celsius, C. Part 1 of the Speaking text (the photocard) was removed and students only needed to complete Part 2 (the general conversation). AQA GCSE Science Revision for 2022 AQA Physics Paper 1 Revision - 9th June 2022 - GCSE Combined Science Higher Exam Science and Maths by Primrose Kitten 206K subscribers Join Subscribe 1.5K. Paper 3 Section B Option D Turning points in physics 8: preparation of a pure, dry sample of a soluble salt9: investigate what happens when aqueous solutions are electrolysed10: investigate the variables that affect temperature changes in reacting solutions, -The periodic table-How bonding and structure are related to the properties of substances-Structure and bonding of carbon-Reactivity of metals-Reactions of acids-Electrolysis, Topics not assessed in this paper: Not applicable. 7: carry out an investigation into human reaction times.8: investigate the effect of light on the growth of newly germinated seedlings.9: measure the population size of a common species in a habitat. The energy required to raise the temperature of 1kg of a substance by 1C or 1K. 14: an investigation to determine the specific heat capacity of one or more materials. the motor that can do the same work faster is more powerful - as the energy is transferred at a faster rate, transferred usefully, stored or dissipated. Core Practical 1.6 Investigate biological specimens using microscopes, including magnification calculations and labelled scientific drawings from observations. 2021, Published 29 Jul 2022 2021, Insert(A-level): Say goodbye to ads. Grading in the 2022 exam series Ofqual confirmed its plans for grading standards for the summer and November 2022 exam series. This work is converted to the object's kinetic store. It takes 1 year to complete an AS course in AQA Physics and 2 years to complete a full A-Level. AQA is not responsible for the content of external sites, New and improved GCSE Science resources and support available, A-level Chemistry Paper 2 analysis of student performance. | PDF | 2.1 MB, Question paper(A-level): - November 2021, Published 29 Jul 2022 | PDF | 1.4 MB, AQA is not responsible for the content of external sites, Centre declaration form: To begin with, the vehicle's energy is in the kinetic store. Paper 1 Students might also find our GCSE Science revision tips useful. Worried about turning points. OxfordAQA provided advance information for the November 2021, January 2022 and May/June 2022 exam series about the focus of the content of exams for all subjects except International GCSE English Literature, GCSE Plus and IPQ. This website works best with JavaScript switched on. Concise resources for the GCSE AQA Physics course. Our range of course are designed to help you develop your skills, build -Acids and bases-Amount of substance-Transition metals-Group 7(17), the halogens-Atomic structure-Bonding-Equilibrium constant Kp for homogeneous systems, Preparation of an organic solid and a test of its purity, -Alkenes (including Required Practical 10)-Amount of substance-Amino acids, proteins and DNA-Chemical equilibria, Le Chateliers principle and Kc-Rate equations-Aromatic chemistry-Introduction to organic chemistry, Measuring the rate of reaction by an initial rate method, Carry out simple test-tube reactions to identify cations and anions in aqueous solution, -Thermodynamics (including Required Practical 2)-Introduction to organic chemistry-Transition metals-Halogenoalkanes-Rate equations (including Required Practical 7)-Amount of substance (including Required Practical 4)-Electrode potentials and electrochemical cells, -Amount of substance (includes practical skills)-Transition elements-Acids, bases and buffers (includes practical skills)-Periodicity-Enthalpy changes (includes practical skills)-How fast?-Enthalpy and entropy-Acids (includes practical skills), -Amount of substance (includes practical skills)-Alkenes-Spectroscopy-Aromatic compounds-Organic synthesis (includes practical skills)-Carbonyl compounds (includes practical skills)-Basic concepts of organic chemistry-Analytical techniques-Polyesters and polyamides, -Amount of substance (includes practical skills)-Redox and electrode potentials (includes practical skills)-Chemical equilibrium (includes practical skills)-Basic concepts of organic chemistry-Organic synthesis (includes practical skills)-Acids, bases and buffers-Lattice enthalpy (includes practical skills)-Amino acids, amides and chirality-Spectroscopy, Factor theorem, cubic graphs Transformations of graphs Conversion between parametric and Cartesian forms, trigonometric identities Coordinate geometry, equations of straight lines and circles Arithmetic sequences and 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equations, exponential models, partial fractions, Section B Position vectors, constant acceleration formulae in two dimensions Calculus in kinematics using vectors, calculus for exponential and trigonometric functions, calculus techniques, magnitude of a vector Constant acceleration formulae Projectile motion, trigonometric functions Velocity-time graphs Forces in equilibrium in 2D Newton's laws of motion, friction, resolving forces, constant acceleration formulae Weight and acceleration due to gravity Moments, Section A Proof by contradiction Inverse functions Validity of binomial expansion Graphs of trigonometric functions, trigonometric equations Using logarithmic graphs to estimate parameters in non-linear relationships Connected rates of change Parametric differentiation, parametric models Stationary points of curves, graphs of a function, domains and ranges of a function,simultaneous equations Area between two curves Integrating powers of x, Section B Critique statistical 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assessed in this paper, B: test series and parallel circuits using resistors and filament lamps, Investigate the change in pH on adding powdered calcium hydroxide or calcium oxide to a fixed volume of dilute hydrochloric acid, Investigate the electrolysis of copper sulfate solution with inert electrodes and copper electrodes, B: B test series and parallel circuits using resistors and filament lamps, GCSE Further Maths (Level 2, Level 3 and FSMQ), GCSE Science Predicted Papers - Digital Version, GCSE Maths Predicted Papers - Digital Version, Maths GCSE Grade 7, 8 and 9 Booster Revision Questions, Subject Stickers | glossy vinyl | decal die cut stickers for folders, Topic 4 Natural selection and genetic modification evolution and selective breeding, Topic 5 Health, disease, and the development of medicines disease, Topic 5 Health, disease, and the development of medicines immune system, Topic 1 Key concepts in biology microscopy, Topic 1 Key concepts in biology osmosis, Topic 4 Natural selection and genetic modification genetic engineering, Topic 5 Health, disease, and the development of medicines new medicines. 21: investigate how the amount of infrared radiation absorbed or radiated by a surface depends on the nature of that surface. Advance information, adaptations and contingency for the May/June 2022 series, Ask a question about our exams admin process. your confidence and progress your career. Say goodbye to ads. I've been looking hat the advance information and the normal spec and it looks like only waves has been taken out? This should be an investigation developing a hypothesis.6: investigate how paper chromatography can be used to separate and tell the difference between coloured substances. 9. So if you're revising Cell Structure for AQA GCSE Biology, you can find all of the Cell Structure questions that have been ever asked by AQA in one single document - useful, no? The question - which was the final one in the paper and worth nine marks - was about energy transfers and . Section A: 20 marks of short and long answer questions on practical skills and data analysis. 2021, Examiner report(A-level): 2021, Published 29 Jul 2022 2021, Examiner report(A-level): These are a list of topics that will come up in your exams this year, giving you the ability to really focus your revision. -Cell division-Animal tissues, organs and organ systems-Photosynthesis, Topics not assessed in this paper:-Microscopy-Transport in cells-Plant tissues, organs and systems-Viral diseases-Fungal diseases-Protist diseases-Human defence systems-Uses of glucose from photosynthesis-Response to exercise, -Hormonal control in humans-Organisation of an ecosystem-Biodiversity and the effect of human interaction on an ecosystem. When it hits the wall, (some of) the kinetic energy is transferred as sound - Vehicle slowing down. 11: investigate how changes in concentration affect the rates of reactions by a method involving measuring the volume of a gas produced and a method involving a change in colour or turbidity.12: investigate how paper chromatography can be used to separate and tell the difference between coloured substances. November 14, 2022; by ; In soup to nuts alternative; Comments are off for this post -Energy changes in a system, and the ways energy is stored before and after such changes-National and global energy resources-Current, potential difference and resistance-Changes of state and the particle model-Atoms and nuclear radiation, -Domestic uses and safety-Particle model and pressure-Atoms and isotopes. -Cell structure-Transport in cells-Animal tissues, organs and organ systems-Plant tissues, organs and systems-Communicable diseases-Monoclonal antibodies, Topics not assessed in this paper:-Blood-Cancer-Antibiotics and pain killers-Discovery and development of drugs-Response to exercise. This will be added as an insert with every GCSE Physics question paper, or you can download the equations sheet now. Paper 3 Section B Option B Medical physics Unit 1: Mechanics, materials and atoms (AS) Unit 2: Electricity, waves and particles (AS) Unit 3: Fields and their consequences (A2) Unit 4: Energy and energy resources (A2) Unit 5: Physics in practice and multiple choice (A2) Resits Candidates may re-sit a unit any number of times. | PDF | 202 KB, Question paper(A-level): The whole of AQA Biology Paper 1 in only 63 minutes! Sections 1 - 5. Energy transfers were listed in the advance information as being assessed but circuits were unfortunately listed as not being assessed. Please enable JavaScript. 2. 10. Energy transfers from the electrical store of the mains power supply to the thermal store of the water which increases the temperature of the water, Energy transferred equations formula units, when charge flows through a circuit, and is also equal to energy transferred, as all the electrical energy (ideally) gets transferred to the appliance, shows the power an appliance uses in Watts, so greater power rating means it uses more energy, a system of cables and transformers linking power stations to consumers across the UK, transferred from power stations to consumers using the National Grid, change the potential difference of an alternating current, Increase the pd from the power station to the National Grid, so as the power is constant ( = V) current decreases so less energy is lost, Decrease the pd from the National Grid to consumers for consumer safety, Where the density , in kilograms per metre cubed, kg/m3 , mass, m, in kilograms, kg and volume, V, in metres cubed, m3.

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