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by rwa1 The Junior Cert — 16/06/16 18

I can help u with science,history and spanish i get A's and got 85-100 in exams


18 Comments
Marjorie_3905 — 14/06/16
Yes please
DarParty — 14/06/16
any tips for getting a A in science and history
kristiedc — 14/06/16
what verbs do I need to learn in french?
Niamh0701 — 15/06/16
please
needhelp101 — 15/06/16
Science please. For an unsteady D grade person in pres?
rwa1 — 15/06/16
Ok for science make sure u know all the experiments including non mandatory , and write them out and make sure to know oxygen,carbon dioxide,fossil fuels as they are an guaranteed question
rwa1 — 15/06/16
ask me any questions u need and ill help
EH458 — 15/06/16
I am very unprepared for Science, any suggestions on what could come up or suggestions on stuff that comes up regularly?
Oisink — 15/06/16
what chapters wouldu recommend revising that ost come up on for science as i only have this evening
adamob544 — 15/06/16
tbh you gotta revise everything. Theres nothing definite that can come up
needhelp101 — 15/06/16
I've honestly never gotten the static and current electricity stuff and all the light bulbs. Anyone have any useful links or description?
rwa1 — 15/06/16
THE PHYSICS TEACHERS GO ON it the best!!!! it has all the notes on what u need
rwa1 — 15/06/16
make sure to study for chemistry; oxygen,carbon dioxide,fossil fuels,titrations,water they always come up no doubt
rwa1 — 15/06/16
Charges can be positive or negative. Positive charge is a lack of electrons and negative charge is an excess of electrons. Like charges attract and unlike charges repel. Some of the atoms are charged. Proton is positively charged and the electron is negatively charged. A body with a charge on it is said to have static electricity. Bodies become charged by the gain or loss of charge. A conductor allows a charge to move e.g. metal. An insulator holds a charge e.g. polystyrene rod. All charge tries to go to Earth. The earth is a source and a sink for charge. Electric current is the movement of charge through a material. Current is measured in amperes or amps and has the symbol l. The size of the current can be measured by counting the number of electrons that pass a point in a second. Potential difference AKA voltage is the energy needed to pull on the electrons between any two points in a circuit. Potential difference is measured in volts and given the symbol V. The potential difference of a battery is called the electromotive force of the battery. The electric resistance of a material is a measure of how much energy is needed to pull charge through it. The unit of resistance is called the ohm and the symbol for resistance is R. Voltage is equal to resistance by current. Devices can be connected in series or parallel. The advantage of a parallel circuit is that if one bulb blows, the others continue to work. The lighting circuit in a house is wired in parallel.
needhelp101 — 15/06/16
Thank you so much! This is an amazing help.What would you say would be the top ten most important experiments, I can't really learn all 30 in one night. I regret not doing much for science.
needhelp101 — 15/06/16
I found this if it can help anyone else as well. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/514817801126900249/
rwa1 — 15/06/16
The oxygen,carbon dioxide,titration,photosynthesis,germation,transpiration,heat gas expansion and contraction,sound experiment,ohm law experiment,measure resistance of ldr
rwa1 — 16/06/16
and lol they all came up
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