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11+ Entrance Exams

Asked by Zohal · 2 years ago

What is an atom?

An atom is a neutral partial composed of neutrons, protons, and electrons. Atoms make up all gases, liquids, and solids and they have very small dimensions

Maths

Asked by Ephraim · 2 years ago

What are the first 5 terms of the sequence with nth term 8-3n?

1st term is when n = 1, 2nd when n = 2 and so on. Therefore: 1) 8-3*1= 5 2) 8-3*2 = 2 3) 8-3*3 = -1 4) 8-3*4 = -4 5) 8-3*5 = -7

Maths

Asked by Dipika · 2 years ago

How to find a missing digit of a mixed numbet?

Could you try expanding in more detail what you are trying to ask?

Physics

Asked by Neo · a year ago

It is likely that you can hit someone in the stomach, for example at a speed of 15 m / s ? (the person performing the blow is normally strong)?

If you Google average speeds of vehicle you will notice that the typical speed for a car is 13 - 30 m/s. So, unless you can punch someone as fast as a car, I doubt it

Asked by Mars · 2 years ago

I want to become a diagnostic radiographer and I need to hand in my application for sixth form soon. So will a level chemistry, biology and psychology be good options?? 🙃 *any help or advice is appreciated?

This is a pretty solid range of A-Levels for studying medicine. Each university has specific subject requirements. For example: University of Leeds: Chemistry or Biology. Physics or Maths must also be offered if Chemistry is not taken University of Warwick: Either AAB including one subject or ABB including two subjects from Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Sci... more

Physics

2 ways that the direction of the force on the wire could be reversed?

By reversing the direction of the current or the magnetic field

Applying for Medicine

Asked by Bubble · 2 years ago

What subjects do I need to take at college to become a rheumatologist?

This depends on the university you would like to go to. However, all of them require you to have taken maths and biology A-Level. Some require you to take chemistry. The majority of medicine students tend to take this three A-Levels as they are the most relevant to the course, moreover you end up having to use a lot of the content from these A-Levels in your first year as a build up for the more c... more

Applying for University

Asked by Anuva · 2 years ago

When should i start making my CV application / UCAS applications?

For your UCAS application: the deadline to submit your application is early January, however if you are doing medicine or applying to Oxbridge, the deadline is the 15th of October (may change slightly from year to year. Moreover, the school you are attending should also have an internal deadline for you to adhere to. Considering all this, I would advise you to start your apolicatio during the su... more

Applying for Oxbridge

Asked by Anuva · 2 years ago

Any tips from Oxford students? What should I do to get a higher chance of getting in? (I’m in year 10)?

Let's lay out the obvious one first: * Getting good grades. Although they don't have a specific requirement for GCSEs, it does put you at an advantage to have several grade 8s and 9s (4 or more), especially for maths and English. Their requirement for A-level ranges from A*AA to A*A*A Some less obvious ones are: * Exploring a subject that you are passionate about. Oxford usually looks for stu... more

Physics

Asked by Molly · a year ago

Equation for kinetic energy?

1/2 x Mass x (speed)²

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