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How do I remember all of the physics equations?

The equations will be provided in the data booklet, so you don’t need to specifically remember them. However, if you want to increase your speed and recognition, I suggest practise different questions and test yourself by writing the equations without looking at them. Over time you will realise how much you can recognise the equations without needing to refer to the data booklet.

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