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Things the examiners wanted you to get wrong: (1 Viewer)

arkanisw

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MC 7

they want to confuse you with the 45 degree so you sub it in the equation.

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they want to confuse you with the voltage/time graph and fool you to pick B

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they want to confuse you with AC induction to get d

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they want to confuse you by not labelling the graphs, and lure the students who dont get: constant current = no AC. to get D

15

i think this is worst.

they want to confuse you by giving you the wavelength instead of frequency, which was what the graph was about.


I used to study in HK, they love cheap tactics to get you the wrong answers. When i came to australia looking at pastpapers, i thought they didnt do it.. until now.


edit: Hopefully this will explain the confusions at the other Compare MC post
 

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Damn, beaten on all counts except for 15. Had too much of those to be fooled, hah!

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P_Dilemma said:
Damn, beaten on all counts except for 15. Had too much of those to be fooled, hah!

-P_D

aye, wat's the examination system but to make you feel stupid?
 

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lol..
OH no..
are u serious?

Coz..i am stuff.
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15 is not the worst. I would think it is 7. When the statistics come out, I believe there will be more students choosing C then D.
 

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