Change got to get and revise better

This post is inspired by a Tik Tok video by life coaches The Speakmans.

It involves the difference between ‘got’ and ‘get’ – just one letter difference.

So here goes:-

1. I’ve got to revise for my GCSE exams – I get to revise so that I can do well and go onto further things. GCSEs are important.

2. I’ve got to revise physics and I hate it – I get to be challenged by physics and if I get a fantastic great it will look good and demonstrates hard work.

3. I’ve got to get up early and revise – I get to get up early and revise when I’m fresh. I then have the rest of the day to exercise and relax a little.

4. I’ve got to leave my phone off when revising – I get to leave my phone to have an enforced break. When I use it again I’ll be more creative, be able to catch up on more news from friends and be a little less addicted.

5. I’ve got too much to do I feel overwhelmed – I get to plan my revision well so this doesn’t happen. Small chunks and fifteen minute sessions of revision might just stop the overwhelm.

If you have more got to get examples then please do contribute.

Hope these are useful.

David

AQA GCSE Physics Focus Questions on The National Grid

Focus Questions on The National Grid for AQA GCSE Physics

1. Copy and complete the following sentence: The National Grid is a system of ____________ and ___________ linking power stations to consumers.
2. What is transferred to consumers via the National Grid?
3. What is the purpose of a step-up transformer in the national grid system?
4. What is the purpose of a step-down transformer in the national grid system?
5. Why is the National Grid system is an efficient way to transfer energy?

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AQA GCSE Physics Energy Changes in Systems

AQA GCSE Physics Energy Changes in Systems

Focus Questions

1. Write down the equation to calculate the amount of energy stored in or released from a system as its temperature changes. This is the one with specific heat capacity in it.
2. What is the unit of change in thermal energy?
3. What does the word thermal mean?
4. What is the unit of mass?
5. What is the unit of specific heat capacity?
6. What is the unit of temperature?
7. What is the symbol for change in temperature?
8. Write down the definition for specific heat capacity.