A Level PE- Biomechanics past exam questions & answers

A Level PE- Biomechanics past exam questions & answers

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This is a PowerPoint Presentation designed for use by teachers/ students of AQA A Level Physical Education (PHED 3). The Presentation is very clever in its use as the question slides have direct links to the answers slide (if needed!). The presentation contains 10 past mechanics questions from the last few years and can act as an excellent teaching tool or for student tests/ revision. Topics covered include rotation, impulse, velocity, Newtons Laws, forces, conservation of angular momentum, vectors and factors affecting flight. The presentation also includes a 14 mark essay question example.

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