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cass1dy
Can I completely avoid doing electricity and magnetism in the exam?

I dont like these chapters and was wondering was I garunteed to have enough other questions in the exam becasuse I heard I would but I am'nt sure.


5 Comments
LochlinE
LochlinE
yes! there is enough option in leaving cert physics definiteley. Might be wise to look over electricity just in case though
LochlinE
LochlinE
you get a choice of 5 long questions out of 8. Electricity will only come up as one question and magnets usually isnt a whole question so you have loads of choice
wasCF
wasCF
Maybe, maybe not. What's exactly so hard about them, as a matter of interest? I could help you if you want. The experiments are really the hardest parts and you kind of have to learn them anyway.
123456789Max
for Section A there are 4 experiment questions you answer 3. Youu can leave out the elceticty expiremnt and just do the other ones that come up. Then on section B you answer 5 of 8 questions evey year there appears to be at least 5 long questions you can answer that feture no electricty or magnetism not including the short questions wheree there are generally 7/8 questions that arent electricty based. id recommend looking iver common electricty short questions but ither than that you shoukd be fine
Aoife_9776
I'm the same, I hate all of electricity so much, but you just have to kinda bite the bullet. Make sure you know everything else perfect and learn as much as you can for electricty. The other questions could be horrible and electricty might be nice and you'd have the backup.
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