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Hello M, My Dad started this site because when I was doing the PAT in 2013 there were no free solutions available, and, even worse, lots of the paid ones were incorrect! Past test papers and reports on test outcomes are posted on this site as they become available. Is showing our working important or is just the answer they are looking for? Just want to add to what you said George. This sometimes means having a bit of rough paper to do calculations and sketches on. When a mass is spinning on the end of a string of length r with angular velocity ω, it moves with speed ωr perpendicular to the string. Thank you very much for the help. I had a doubt. Money is also an issue that I have to consider so I was wondering if it is worth going to a cheaper undergrad with less debt or is the oxford undergrad degree worth it enough so that I should take a job for the next couple of years to pay of its debt and then try to get into oxford grad? (logs in the form y= log10(x). Hi Dave! parametrics, sound wave and water experiment were nerly impossible to solve. (Covered in all the many mechanics points). I want to know too! Thank you. no they will have a other length but I only had enough time to do one tangens since i turned a 4 into a 2 somewhere in the process of deriving the equations for the circle so I had to do the entire question over again. That would seem like an unnecessary waste of time…. Specific topics within these? I’m pleased to say that I received an offer for physics yesterday! The good news is that, now the syllabus has changed, this sort of question won’t come up. Specifically, the Department of Energy (DOE) must promulgate regulations to increase the percentage of electricity sold in the United States that is generated from renewable sources. The PAT physics syllabus is quite focused, so should be fairly easy to cover. It was about really getting to grips with an understanding of physics. It is a real pleasure to be able to help, and I’m very glad it’s been useful. The blog format means you can post your own comments, get clarification of things you don't understand, suggest improvements or corrections to our… I’d also like to say, this seems like a very useful resource which is organised really well, so congratulations on making something which is so useful, lol. was it the one where the other quadratic with the same roots was the original but with a 2 factored out? For the second part, why is the velocity 3u rather than just u? I can’t thank you enough for your help, it really has changed my life for the better! c3 c4? http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/applying-to-oxford/interviews/interview-timetable. I’d quite like to see the questions again, I found it very hard! cheers. Sorry I’m afraid I have no idea about that — I would ask them direct if I were you. Rotational symmetry you won’t be allowed to know about, but it is useful to understand how you can use symmetry to find places where the current in a link is zero. … Response to forces; Newton’s laws of motion; … Springs and Hooke’s law” would cover cases like SHM even though it is not explicitly mentioned. And do we need to know integration by substitution and partial integration? It’s a pleasure. And by the way, when you mention: ‘half the remaining drug is excreted every T seconds’, do you mean every hours since the unit of half-life were hour in the question? As ever, the syllabus is online so have a check of that. I agree, that was painful. Due to your invaluable efforts in preparing me for the PAT and interview, I was offered a place for Engineering Science. nuclear physics) so there’s no point revising them, but, as you say above, SHM isn’t one of them. The test went well enough thanks to your helpful answers! I hope it goes well. There is an example of a question that can only easily be solved using integration by substitution here: https://oxfordpat.wordpress.com/oxford-pat-2015-question-4/. The Physics, Engineering, Materials and Maths questions are relevant. In general, you should look at the link to the PAT syllabus above and check that you are covering the topics. What would you say we have to know about capacitors? Yes, I think that showing your working is really important; it doesn’t matter how you show your working as long as the examiners can see that you have understood the maths and physics involved in the problem and can use your knowledge to solve it. Edexcel GCSE May 2019 Paper 1H (Non-Calculator) Solutions. The fact that the examiners are talking about what you should do with extra sheets that you want to hand in implies that they expect you to be able to get hold of extra sheets if you need them. Have a look at the syllabus page to be sure, but I think the answer’s no. I do have one question – how do you find the time to do this? My answer turns out to be sqrt(2P/MT), but looking at various solutions, the correct answer should be sqrt(P/2MT). Good luck! That paper was crazy. The syllabus isn’t clear on the subject though. See the answer to your question on the 2014 paper: https://oxfordpat.wordpress.com/oxford-pat-2014-question-15/comment-page-1/#comment-597, Hi, I absolutely love this website! This site has been extremely helpful ! I understand air wedges and single/double slit interference but just have a hard time for some weird reason getting my head around thin films and bubbles!! I think really all you’d need to know would be in your A-level physics textbooks. That was a simple chain rule from last chapter of C3 and 4th chapter of C4. I was wondering if you knew the textbook that came from because I’m really interested (applying for PAT next year). For example, say the answer is (2pix(sqrt(3)))/3. Hardest PAT exam ever. Hi, multiple choice has to have procedure or do we just circle the answer? Can’t be bothered with PayPal, but I’ll have a beer in honour of you and all the other users of the site tonight. Honestly, I have no idea either, that is extremely vague. The solutions are for the questions I could do, or figured out after the exam. Thank you for all the help. In your experience @OxfordPAT, does the interview tend to be harder than the average PAT exam or easier? 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 were a piece of cake compared to this one, therewas only about 1 or 2 hard questions that I really struggled with, and about 2 or 3, 8 mark questions too. See, for example, https://oxfordpat.wordpress.com/oxford-pat-2012-question-22/. To answer your second question, yes, the refractive index of a material can change (a little bit) depending on the wavelength of the light, and the speed of the light through the material changes accordingly (because c doesn’t change). If you can factorise and differentiate, then you can graph almost anything with the right method! You ask about making donations. Finally, if you are short of time and you are in any doubt about what to cover, then focus on mechanics. – Tangents to two circles will i recieve an official letter or just an email from oxford in the late nov.- early dec. Not sure. For example, if there was something I wasn’t sure about, I’d come back here to check the comments. Projectile Motion; Hello, would you be able to have a look at question 7 (multiple choice) physics paper 2007 ? Hi Nad. Im sure they’ll give you the formula in the interview if you forget though. And there are indeed supposed to be two additional diagonal tangents which I have forgotten about (does anyone know if they will also have a length of 8?). well, you see i found multiple choice questions very easy, but last 4-5 questions IMPOSSIBLE to solve. I copied your other spot to the question itself — thanks a lot for that too. On the physics questions, you are right: many of the questions are quite wordy and describe some complex situations. Do we have to simplify the fractions? I was briefly exploring the topic and found a a wide variety of topics that I wasn’t aware of, such as Wye Delta Transformations, rotational symmetry and node and mesh methods for simplifying circuits. 2018 PAT done. Hard integrals; Thank you so very much for the work you put into this website and for the attention you give to us, students preparing for the PAT. NOT Negative (Root 3)/2. If the student walks to the right, smoothly , what happened to the plank and the balancing of the system on top of the column. Amazing site! Has any question ever come from ellipse, parabola or hyperbola in the context of Co-ordinate Geometry? It would appear that perhaps it is no longer required, perhaps the A-level spec has changed? The Department of Physics is working in partnership with the Admissions Testing Service to administer the above admissions test.. I just had a quick question in terms of a topic that might come up. Prof. Povey is a great writer, those problems look appropriate. Limit to x= -3 from the left is negative yet graph is positive to the left of -3 asymptote. When there are no external forces acting on a system its centre of mass won’t move. Would you happen to know if the 1400 on Math and Reading + 700 on Writing is for a single exam or is it a super score criteria? You’d think they’d spread them out. After that I would take it easy . capacitance= Permittivity of dielectric x Area of overlap / distance between the plates Blimey, you’ve done a lot more than most people I’m guessing. Please could you take a look at question 14 from the 2006 paper? Thank you very much for your help. HC Verma Solutions will be helpful in learning and preparation for Engineering and … You make a good point about being able to study where there is no internet, so I’ve made a local copy of the site that it’s possible to download to your machine and use offline. When would the solutions be out for this years PAT? Stewart , I’m with you on that one. Seemed like the most easy question ever on the pat, Did you only have to calcutate the displacement? basic concepts of java and sql they also asked database related questions. Suppose the student has mass M and the plank has mass m: if the student’s position is moved a distance x to the right, in order for the centre of mass of the system to remain stationary, the plank must move Mx/m to the left (so in fact the student will have travelled x(1+M/m) with respect to the plank but since the plank has travelled -Mx/m with respect to the column, the student only travels x with respect to the column). and also cut off mark to be super low. I really am happy I found this website, it is super helpful! I was wondering if you had any advice for final preparation? Absolutely agree. Thank you so much for this site and your comments, it’s made a huge difference to my revision and confidence. Anyway, what goes around comes around: I was taught at one of the best schools in the UK for free; I always felt grateful to my teachers, and so years later I set up this web site so I could give people a little bit of the coaching that I had. That said, it’s totally fair game for them to give you the information and ask you to solve a question about it. Best of luck to you too George, and everyone else! I am a class 10 student ..how should I study physics to succeed PAT ? Certainly you won’t need to know about Y-Δ transformations or node/mesh methods (the former they would have mentioned in the syllabus, the latter are more suited to writing a program to solve the circuit). Are you expected to memorise the wavelengths corresponding to the various parts of the EM Spectrum? Thank you very much for this site. Hey, thanks for this website! Would you recommend I only focus on the A2 content and get it out of the way as soon as possible or do PAT prep alongside learning the A2 content? I think the best answer to your question is to look carefully at the syllabus, taking account of the way it has changed, using this link (https://oxfordpat.wordpress.com/changes-to-the-syllabus/) and just make sure you understand what each topic mentioned in the syllabus is getting at — searching the A level specifications is a good idea. Just a specific question–is knowledge about thin films recommended for the PAT? With the spring question, just resolve horizontally on mass m. If F(spring)=kx, where the x is the extension, then for the mass to move this force needs to be greater than the frictional force, so the first instant it moves is when Fr(mumg) =kx, then you rearrange to get x=fr/k. 4, 5, 9, 14, 23 [2] A B C D E 28 34 37 39 42 2. I struggled a bit with inequalities, expecially the one on the 2015 paper. they also asked you puzzle question. Again, these are really minor things, so it might not be worth the time to fix them especially if you’d have to refix them each time you upload. Gelsinger will also join the Intel board … Honestly the main boon would be convenience. Beautiful and useful! Glad you like the website. 1. Try it again and if you have problems you should post them as comments on that question. sylabus does say levers and there have been some questions about rotations so im very confused. Hi, thank you so much for this website it has helped massively with my preparation. + do not forget the charge and discharge graphs of capacitors, For the section Structure of solar system, what kind of things are they looking at. I don’t see why you would need to know statics when the syllabus doesn’t say moments but I would like to know the answer to this too. This comes up in Simple Harmonic Motion in my A2 textbook, so I was wondering if we’d have to be well documented on the rest of Simple Harmonic Motion as a topic for the PAT? Hopefully tomorrow goes well for all of us. A few years ago I realised that not everyone is lucky enough to get the level of coaching I got, and that’s why I set up this site. Yeah, that’s what I meant. Also, let me know if these look right: https://imgur.com/a/mDrRY. This means it rewards insight far better than punishing deviation from a rote method. logs, binomial Physics Aptitude Test (PAT ) 2019, Problem 5- Solution, University of Oxford Admission Test. HCV solutions are intended for students who are solving HC Verma Concepts. Thanks for all the solutions, they have really helped. Thank you for that Jess. i would recommend you look at the old (1995) A level books, everything in general is discussed best in there. Best of luck for tomorrow! Well, I guess my dream of getting into Oxford won’t become true. Hi should we know about lenses in addition to mirrors because the syllabus did not specify. Thank You so much. I have one question though; on the front of the paper it mentions that we need to answer to 2 s.f. For the benefit of future readers: even on 2018 where a calculator is allowed, the paper says to use that g=10kgms^-2. So the best you can do is just to look at what has come up. and btw don’t forget about circle and differentiation of circle equation. I’m sorry but without more information I just don’t know! We've got free scans of completed solutions, visible one page at a time, with comments and links to background material. No I don’t think so. Good luck and enjoy yourself. I applied online. On this page you can read or download cat pat grade 11 2019 phase 1 answers in PDF format. (2) I meant the downloadable version as a supplement to the website. Hi, I meant that I am still learning the A2 Maths and Physics content required for the PAT, not all of it. Hi, I still can’t help but feel a bit confused though because in class, in our end-of-topic tests (and from the teacher for that matter) I’ve never once seen this version of the equation. Cheers best of luck to everyone. I wouldn’t worry too much about this. But it certainly helps to know the differential equation of SHM, the force/distance graph that corresponds to SHM (see e.g. Thank you! Hi Harry — sure no problem. If you have a gap in your knowledge, use a search engine or a textbook, or ask a question on this site and I can point you to some resource. So everyone is notified in late November / early December as to whether or not they will be interviewed. This particular paper that we just sat is representative of what the PAT should be about. Thank you so much for doing it all, it’s a truly selfless thing to do. No problem, I always got stuck on the gravity questions too! That’s very kind of you Saiyed, thanks. everything that A2 covers + 1 formulae about dielectrics , area of overlap and distance between plates. That’s why if you have an object twice as “heavy”, it’ll experience twice the force. As it turns out, I am lucky enough to not need any financial support. Good luck! The PAT is done and dusted, and now all we have to do is wait for results. I wondered whether you could advise me as to what I sort of revision activities you think would be most effective at this stage: I’ve been doing PAT preparation since the beginning of summer, and I’ve done all the past papers a few times (apart from the most recent one which I’m saving for a mock nearer the time), as well as most of the relevant Physics Olympiad questions and the problems on the Issac Physics website that’s mentioned on the Oxford Physics site. Yes, I accidentally wrote ‘seconds’ instead of ‘hours’ above. Also in Q.19, Cos.wt = Positive (Root 3)/2 only. The answer is right, but it’s not stated clearly enough, and I think it’s just the lack of clarity that you are finding confusing. But it’s always worth being exact in your derivations because that way you avoid the nightmare scenario of suddenly asking yourself a deep and subtle question in the middle of the exam. Yes I would have been inclined to answer C to this because the question seems to be saying that there was some radiation emitted that was stopped by the aluminum plate, even though the emitted radiation was barely above background. i recieved an e mail from the British Council that it will last 1 h and 20 min what do you think? resistance Is it still worth knowing as there has been questions on it in previous years. Looks like simple harmonic motion is one of the past-paper questions but that’s not on the spec? Solutions to the 2009 paper can be found here, together with a set of model solutions. I’m not sure if I’ve missed seeing it in the spec! I can’t see a copyright sign on the scan anywhere but it does look suspiciously like someone else’s copyright material to me. Could you please provide me with the following. Thanks for the detailed reply, and also for uploading the answers in the first place! If so, can you ask it on the page for the question? Presentation docs can be accessed here: bit.ly/CATPAT2019 (Afrikaans & English available). Hi! Just curious! I’m really pleased to hear that. If that’s true, I guess that means when I’m falling after a jump, the “actual” acceleration is not just “g” but also g+(Force experienced/Mass of Earth)? I’m afraid I just don’t know the answer to the first question — but I guess it is possible that you could get a question about Archimedes’ principle. They gave me a link to a website specifying the technology needed and frequently asked questions related to the online interview. Sorry to bother u but any more sources on inequalities? We halved the distance and didnt take the vertical component. Huge thanks for your reply,I can not express how grateful I am. Hey, are we supposed to know lorentz’s force and other electromagnetism topics such as impedances and biot savart law? Thank you very much. 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