At last I’ve completed the LOQ. I am sure I’ll find mistakes when I produce the answers. I will get those done a.s.a.p, but they take a lot longer to type up than write up.
When completing these questions there is no point in just going straight to the answers, it wont teach you anything. Use the answers after you’ve completed what you can do and had a good guess at what you can’t. Mark in green anything you’ve had to look up.
There is absolutely no point in just copying out the answers. There is an important requirement in checking your answers carefully to ensure you haven’t made a mistake and that you’ve understood the course specifications and the learning outcomes.
Only check over the answer when you’ve completed a section and mark them in green pen.
Advice from the SQA
From the Understanding Standards Meeting I went to Physics teachers were advised to tell their students NOT to add in the rearranging line for their calculations. Just do the formula, substitution and final line. For some of you this will involve too many steps so you might want to cross out any middle lines. I’ve shown mine in these answers to hopefully give you more help as to how to get to the answer.
Here is a Christmas Present for all you National 5 students with prelims after the Christmas break. I hope you get more rest than I’m having.
I think I’m just over half way. I am sure I’ve worked out the answers to the questions that start with the jaguar, which is why they’re not filled in yet, and I am sure it would have been quicker to type those out again but hey ho!