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    In your SACE Physics course your study has included using qualitative and quantitative models, and laws, and theories to better understand matter, forces, energy, and the interaction among them. You’ve learned to explain natural phenomena, from the subatomic world to the microcosmos, and to make predictions about them based on evidence obtained from observations, measurements, and active experimentation over thousands of years.

    It’s important that you learn to develop your examination technique, which includes answering questions effectively, eradicating careless errors, and using the correct terminology. We’ve got SACE Physics past papers from 2017 onwards to help you develop your exam technique.

    We’ve organised the past papers by course and year, naming the links as accurately as possible. If you find any errors, please let us know.

    3 Tips to Help you Prepare for Your SACE Physics Exam

    • Familiarise yourself with the SACE Physics subject outline. Ensure that you have covered off on all topics to be assessed. Also, make sure you are also able to relate the different parts of the content to each other as a whole.
    • Keep a list of problem areas. Keep a list of concepts and topics you find challenging. Create your own flowcharts, tables and infographics to help you understand tricky areas.
    • Complete past exam papers. It’s best to complete these under strict exam conditions. This will expose you to the style of questions you can expect and it will test your exam readiness. Use your results to help you identify problem areas for further study. Work with a tutor to help you master problem areas.

    3 Tips to Help you Ace Your SACE Physics Exam

    • Identify verbs in questions. Underline the action words or verbs in questions to help you know how to answer the question. E.g. Explain means associating cause and effect, identifying the obvious relationship between things, and covering why and/or how. Describe means supplying detailed characteristics and features, and Assess means making an evaluation about the value of something.
    • Communicate Scientifically. Use pertinent scientific language as well as composition and scientific layout when responding. Ensure your answers show a continuous flow of logic from a specific start point to a specific endpoint. Be able to describe everything as a process.
    • Time management is critical. Keep moving so you can get as many marks as possible. If you stop writing for a minute assume that you’ve hit a roadblock, move on to another question and come back to the trickier responses later.

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