… 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. 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. If you read the Oxford physics entrance material on their web site, they say pretty clearly that it would make no difference to your application whether or not you study Further Maths, and they are trying to be as open and accurate as possible: they really mean everything that they say. u dont have to know exact numbers but need to have a basic idea, Hi, just wondering if there would be much question regrading angular momentum and angular kinematics, There have been some before (see the mechanics page), Could you please advise me on which constants and equations do we have to memorise, Try the ones here: https://daringtojess.wordpress.com/2017/10/23/pat-preparation/, Thank you very much Good question — I think you probably should know about how real and virtual images are formed by lenses, and also Snell’s law (this came up and I don’t think any changes to the syllabus have removed it). As far as plane mirrors are concerned, it’s a shame that there has hardly ever been a PAT question on this subject so there isn’t much to revise. This ensures that they can’t come after me…, Hey Emanuel thanks for the link! Absolutely right. Thank you! For the full details look at https://oxfordpat.wordpress.com/changes-to-the-syllabus/. Hi I would just like to say thank you very much for your tremendous help and efforts!! As long as you indicated what kind of displacement it was, (I. E. from mass m or from its starting position) either with words or a diagram or evenvaguely made it evident, you would get the marks. If so, can you ask it on the page for the question? + 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 believe not, at least nothing that required any special knowledge beyond the familiarity you’ll have picked up in maths classes. . – Tangents to two circles 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. Can you clarify? Also is there no category for optics or does that just fall into waves? If I happen to come across something I’ll put a link up. Thanks very much for the link — it looks good. calculus I don’t really. Thus the displacement of M from m is L + x=L+fr/k. So the best you can do is just to look at what has come up. 2. Mine is unsalvagable but I hope yours went well otherwise! spring Thanks in advance! will i have an extra paper to make calculations ? probability Hello, could you explain the gravity equations you included in the presentation? Thousands of top scorers on the AMC 8 have used our Introduction series of textbooks, Art of Problem Solving Volume 1, and Competition Math for Middle School to prepare for the AMC 8. The PAT is important, and if you have a good score then the interviews matter less (but they are probably the single most important aspect of the process). Capacitor charging and discharging graphs and equations; Before answering your questions, I think it’s important to bear two things in mind. I’m really pleased to hear that. Therefore, if it is maths and it’s a surd, it’s a good idea to keep it exact. From what I remember, here is a list of multiple choice questions and longer questions from the test: differentiation I don’t want to engage in contributory copyright infringement so if anybody has good reason why I should remove this link please email me at oxfordpat.wordpress.com@gmail.com and I will delete the link. Did the question in the 2015 paper on Inequalities reslly only require that because I think they’re called rational inequalities and I wasn’t able to solve it or really understand your solution so I looked at tutorial on how to do them and I’m going to attempt the question again tomorrow. Great resource but you already knew that . wavelenght of EM spectrum I agree, that was painful. (2) I want to encourage people to comment and ask questions on the individual answers and this will be less likely if they are available in one big file (for every person who asks a question I guess there are 50 who had the same doubt but just didn’t ask, so the answers can be disproportionately useful; and the easier it is to make a comment, the more likely somebody is to correct any error I might have made); If, like previous papers, the value of g that should be used hasn’t been explicitly mentioned – should I just use 9.81 as this is the most accurate value? The rest were okay, but I left a lot of the MCQs to the end and ended up having to guess at a few of those. I just did mg u static =k(x-l) and solved for x . Thanks. The syllabus does not mention differentiation of trigonometric functions, yet on previous papers the topic appears- there was this question in 2017-, Differentiate y = 2x cos x with respect to x. I am unsure as to whether this content will be tested or whether this was a question testing content on an old specification. I’m afraid engineering is a different department! Imagine reducing the length of the string somehow while still spinning the mass; no force is acting parallel to the velocity of the mass, so the momentum of the mass can’t change, and so its speed has to stay the same. This is because their angular momentum must be conserved. My only advice is — stop working, have a rest and get a decent night’s sleep. I copied your other spot to the question itself — thanks a lot for that too. Hi! You mean the question: “Positron Emission Tomography (PET) scanners frequently operate using the radioactive isotope 18F, which has a half life of about two hours. The interviewers want people who will be able to do well on the course; this means they are are looking for general problem-solving skills and the ability to grasp unfamiliar things quickly. Just have a good rest and get ready for yourself tomorrow. Thank you very much for this resource – it’s been absolutely invaluable and I really appreciate the time and effort that must have gone into producing something this comprehensive. Hey, thanks for this website! Thanks. Thank You so much. It was really helpful for me to prepare for the PAT. You shoud do yes, if you have covered C4 anyway. In general, if a topic has come up before and it is consistent with the new syllabus, then it’s worth knowing about it. You’re very welcome Sadman, I do have one question – how do you find the time to do this? Hard? Physics Aptitude Test (PAT ) 2019, Problem 12- Solution, University of Oxford Admission Test. Hi Ma, This year they are in December, I am International Applicant from Germany. But there has never been a question on thin films, and the topic is not mentioned on the syllabus, so I think you would be best off ignoring it and concentrating your efforts elsewhere. Yes I’ve just looked at the M3 syllabus and it would be very helpful to know the circular motion content. Always make sure you read the information given to you, and if in doubt keep your answer in symbolic form for as long as possible. I think I counted 6 9 mark questions?? Edexcel GCSE May 2019 Paper 1H (Non-Calculator) Solutions. A step closer to your admission in Oxford. Hi, multiple choice has to have procedure or do we just circle the answer? Would we be fine if we said something like pi(sqrt(4x^2))/sqrt(3)? Although, Kepler’s laws are interesting! I’d imagine so, yes. You mean this question: https://oxfordpat.wordpress.com/oxford-pat-2015-question-10/? I don’t have access to my scanner at the moment, but I will post them in a couple of days’ time. You’d think they’d spread them out. Otherwise i’ve read the question wrong:(. Thank you so much, I’ve had a look at available links and I think this page does a pretty good job of covering everything you need to know about diodes, LDRs and thermistors, without going into too much spurious detail: http://www.a-levelphysicstutor.com/elect-simple-circuits.php, Thank you again and again. What did you mean by questions that can’t be asked which ones do you think won’t be asked? I actually couldn’t do the spring question. The PAT physics syllabus is quite focused, so should be fairly easy to cover. I’m also going to try to improve the sidebar because it’s a bit of a mess. Ney mate. 2. (Arccos(1/2)=pi/3), Thanks very much for the amazing website, it’s a great help. Whether tomorrow goes well or not, I’m glad I’ve learned so much new physics from all these solutions. That said, it’s totally fair game for them to give you the information and ask you to solve a question about it. I really am happy I found this website, it is super helpful! I didn’t even have time to realize that root(2,25)=1,5. I was wondering if it’d be possible for us to download the whole solution sets to papers all at once? Thanks . basic concepts of java and sql they also asked database related questions. If not, most probably I’ll get a 40. Thank you very much for all your help – is it OK if I link to your website for my post on preparing for the PAT? I rarely print out my files; downloading is more to avoid the hassle of going online again to look for it. I just have a general question about what exactly “engineering science” is.. How much integration do we need to know, not having done C4 yet? How many mark do you think you’d lose if your answer is a root that is equal to 8 but not neatly worked out? I’d say don’t hang around for it though, my schedule is to make sure they’re available for when people start revising for the next PAT. The older papers, to some, started to become almost like an A-level exam, and became devalued – as seen by the very high “pass marks”. My one prediction is that the questions will definitely only be about topics covered by the current syllabus, so make sure that you look at the ‘Changes to the syllabus’ link above to ensure that when you go through old papers you are not revising for questions that no longer have a chance of being asked. The syllabus says integration of polynomials but I have already seen that further differentiation and integration methods have been used? Prof. Povey is a great writer, those problems look appropriate. Patriot One Technologies Inc. (PAT:TSX; PTOTF:OTCQX) got the green light to uplist to the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) from the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX.V), it announced in a news release. Predictions for the PAT this year? I don’t even have access to the paper yet so certainly won’t be doing solutions any time soon. Distance is the integral of velocity with respect to time. Good old British Council, always on the ball. Also Where would you reccomend people to focus on and how can I get extra maths practice I started soem STEP papers but they are significantly harder then the pat I believe, Same question for how to study for physics ( I struggle a lot here, I think they reallt overwrite some of the questions and I lose track, quite funny actually. Hi should we know about lenses in addition to mirrors because the syllabus did not specify. This particular paper that we just sat is representative of what the PAT should be about. I think you should know that angular momentum is conserved, but I don’t think you will need to know much about moments of inertia for the PAT. 2009; and for that year the folder for question 10 actually also contains 11 and 12, despite the name) At a rough estimate, given the number of visitors to the site each year, this could result in about 300,000 sheets of paper being printed every year, which would be about 30 – 40 trees a year. If you do this enough, you will get much better at it. hey sir, The Physics, Engineering, Materials and Maths questions are relevant. I wonder if you there is any place where I can find or discuss the answers. Marco, you’re absolutely right — it’s really helpful to have errors like this pointed out, so thanks very much. Hello I was wondering around what mark would cut off be for the 2017 Sample Paper? What the hell was that? Hyperbolic trig functions are currently not on the syllabus, and nor is any fluid mechanics or material on semiconductors. Hi — it is absolutely not too late to prepare for the PAT thoroughly. I think it only requires you to remember that if you multiply both sides of an inequality you flip the sign of the inequality. Are there any exact constants we need to know or are they given to us, hello, will it be helpful to study m2 and m3 books? Hi, any tips or sites for practicing or contents that we should know for physics and philosophy interview? Try graphing the equation. how does the length of the day changes. Is conic section part of PAT? Great recommendation! Hi. I doubt it. In any case, predicted grades aren’t that important, because admission is basically decided by PAT score and then interview performance. Also it’s not really in our interests to speculate: if the guess is wrong we look silly; if the guess is right we look dodgy. 1. You tirelessly answer questions, they are also always presented logically and clearly! The solutions are for the questions I could do, or figured out after the exam. It’s a real pleasure to know it’s been useful. 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. So at time t, when the student is moving at velocity v(t) to the right, the plank has to be moving with velocity u(t), where u(t) = -Mv(t)/m. Hi Temi, Will you be posting solutions to the 2016 paper? To what extent do we need to know about pulleys? 2) for the physics part do i need the entire of edexcel a2 physics? ball on the moon (it will go into orbit obviously lol) There might be something on admissions? I didn’t rearrange for x or state that this was the final answer (I thought the final answer would be in terms of M also). Thanks. So, when T is 2 hours the effective half life is 1 hour, so the answer is B. Dear Sir/Madam, Seriously why are you so worried? It’s a pleasure to be able to help; that’s what this site is all about. In the old days it was only the physics section that said this, but now the sections are going to be mixed up I doubt they will be able to do that. Force is the rate of change of momentum with respect to time. That means no converting from root 2 to 1.4 hhahahaha. So your best bet is to learn the bits of A2 that are on the PAT syllabus and do lots of past paper questions on this material. On the 9i answer, yes that is right. It is a real pleasure to be able to help, and I’m very glad it’s been useful. Honestly really appreciate it! GET TUTOR now! Well, you’ve just achieved it! I hope it all went OK for you. Hey guys does anyone know when the results for PAT are typically released? Hi there, It is nice to be admitting to somebody else’s error for a change :-). For example, I think the phrase above covers knowing that velocity = d(distance)/dt, acceleration = d²(distance)/dt², and force = mass x acceleration; given this knowledge, plus Hooke’s law, you can derive the differential equation md²x/dt² = -kx for a mass-spring system. The process is more important than the answer. As ever, you can check the syllabus at https://www2.physics.ox.ac.uk/study-here/undergraduates/applications/physics-aptitude-test-pat/pat-syllabus . so that it works for both? Limit to x= -3 from the left is negative yet graph is positive to the left of -3 asymptote. Please could you take a look at question 14 from the 2006 paper? Hello, could someone please answer my reply. Of course in most engineering disciplines you will do some more specialized training after your degree anyway, whether it is via academic or industrial courses, so all hiring managers are looking for in your bachelor’s degree is (most important) that you did well and (second most) that the university has a good reputation. 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. When looking at the files in “oxfordpat.files” themselves they are sorted by date of upload (probably a wordpress thing) instead of by year of paper, but just searching for the paper I want and then sorting by name fixes it. It had a two diagrams like this one I think: http://www.physicsinsights.org/images/snells-law-figure-2.png To do well on mechanics in the physics section it helps to understand the differential equations for exponential decay and harmonic motion, and to understand how to add and subtract vectors. In no particular order: well, you see i found multiple choice questions very easy, but last 4-5 questions IMPOSSIBLE to solve. What ‘elementary’ properties should I cover on? That’s suprisingly high, how did you find the test? in last 3 questions : Blimey, you’ve done a lot more than most people I’m guessing. It’s really not too hard, so putting an hour or so into learning it could be worthwhile. That’s really good to know, and a great attitude to take into the exam. Could you tell me whether we need to know about Mechanical Advantage? I think a better way of writing down this answer would be that die 1 could be a member of {1,2,3,4,5}, where each of these outcomes has probability 1/6, and for each of those outcomes there is a 1/6 probability of throwing a number on the second die such that the two numbers add up to 6. Yes, I accidentally wrote ‘seconds’ instead of ‘hours’ above. Your aim is to make it easy for the examiner to give you marks. The first equation links Force F with the universal gravitational constant G, the mass of one orbiting object M, the mass of the other orbiting object m (it doesn’t matter who is orbiting who because defining that depends on your reference point, and this equation is universal so doesn’t care about reference points), and the radius r. As Seb Wilkes said above, gravitational force is proportional to the mass involved and inversely proportional to the radius squared. planets There have been questions about SHM in the past. Thanks. I read somewhere that the PAT pattern has changed, the MCQs are re introduced. Btw, who doesn’t agree that that was the hardest PAT exam ever? The source of the material is acknowledged.). 3) I have no idea. This site is designed to help you succeed in the Oxford PAT. can anyone please tell me what is format of exam like? Any chance I had at Oxford is gone with that paper , lol i swear i had an awful struggle with volume of cone but i did it. It’s a pleasure, and thank you for your contributions. If you mean UK, the answer is easy: just do A level Maths, Physics and ideally Further Maths. Hi Ali — copied over to Question 10 (comments had got disabled somehow). On the maths questions, I would cover all the basic topics above (Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, Logarithms, Series, Graphs, Probability) and make sure that you have really understood the answers to the past questions for each one. 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. If you want things to be stated absolutely formally, a more formal way of stating the fact that “When there are no external forces acting on a system its centre of mass won’t move” is to consider momentum. Glad you like the website. But the equation v = u + at only works for constant acceleration, so you can’t use it here. can u please tell me, what is ment with ‘line of intersection’ in question 17 of 2010 paper. And do we need to know integration by substitution and partial integration? Well I’m not quite sure, I’ll probably get less. 1) Expand (3+2x)^5 I haven’t been able to derive an equation to describe the rate of change when 2 simultaneous change happening at the same time. I was very well-coached by some excellent teachers, and was lucky enough to get straight As, and an entrance scholarship. A lot of tutors (rightly in my view) think that proficiency in mechanics is a good indicator of potential to do well so you should make sure you are really comfortable with the mechanics syllabus (and don’t forget the simple machines, like levers, pulleys, capstans, etc.). There are some questions involving Kepler’s laws but there is no mention of it on the syllabus and I haven’t really learned them. However, questions that are technically off-spec have certainly appeared in the past; what is ‘obvious’ to a physics tutor might perhaps not be to a PAT student. Yes: there have been various questions that are covered in the syllabus under the general banner of Arithmetic and geometric progressions. Based on my performance and other factors, I was interviewed at Oxford to study Engineering Science. Take this opportunity to go through the material you need at your own pace – our day to day lives may be disrupted, but on the brighter side you now have a fantastic chance to think deeply through what you do and don’t understand. Longer would be ideal though. If, for example, it is asking for the displacement as part of a suvat equation (unless it states otherwise) 2 sig figs will do. I guess the examiners would consider that a full understanding of “distance, velocity, speed, acceleration, and the relationships between them. When I search for air resistance and terminal velocity formulae it comes up with some really long equations with lots of variables. If you have a spare hour, you might as well learn them. Torque, as in the moment of a force: yes. What is the next number in the sequence? http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/applying-to-oxford/interviews/interview-timetable. No problem, I always got stuck on the gravity questions too! That paper was crazy. It is all about alpha, beta and gamma radiation, which has been taken off the syllabus. The way that graph sketching is taught in school is not great, it just gets you to mechanically learn them instead of figuring them out. Hi Rajinder. Sorry I’m afraid I have no idea about that — I would ask them direct if I were you. Thx. See above. How long will it take before the quantity of radioactive drug in the body halves?”. The planets is relatively obvious but I’m not sure what I need to know about the others. Good luck! I’d really appreciate any help. The course is going great so far, thanks for all your help! Will this be sufficient or would you recommend I do other things on top of those 2? I wouldn’t worry too much about this. Good luck tomorrow. 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. Space on wordpress.com costs nothing, so the only thing I have ever spent on this site is my time, and we all have plenty of that. Thank you so much, that’s very kind. [To anyone: If you are reading this comment and you’re one of those people, don’t worry, there’s still plenty of time if you work reasonably hard over half term. For the benefit of future readers: even on 2018 where a calculator is allowed, the paper says to use that g=10kgms^-2. Projectile Motion; 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)? Just integer powers, although it may be useful to know the formuls for fractional powers as it can be easier than the binomical expansion. Hopefully this site can be of some help to all of you. (4) I haven’t considered this. Or do we need decimal values? “Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak opened up about his recent absence from the show following a major health scare as well as what it means for his eventual retirement from the show. Can you post this question as a comment on the page for the actual question (i.e. I was wondering if you had any advice for final preparation? Are you expected to memorise the wavelengths corresponding to the various parts of the EM Spectrum? Should we start preparing for the interview so we don’t lose what we have learned in Physics? I have managed to work out the velocity (I think it’s correct) which is sqrt(2PT/M). thanks. I guess it’s a bit late now … but … idk. That’s pretty cool, I tried to derive it somehow but couldn’t! I’m sorry if I’m being a little dense again, May I ask what your field of study is and where? The Department of Physics is working in partnership with the Admissions Testing Service to administer the above admissions test.. I agree with the first part of the answer. Thanks. What the hell was that SHM question? I don’t know much about the A level modules, but by googling around I think for at least some boards this is covered in C1 (see https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/A-level_Mathematics/OCR/C1/Error_bounds_and_Inequalities#Solving_Inequalities_involving_Fractions). If the student walks to the right, smoothly , what happened to the plank and the balancing of the system on top of the column. I’m assuming that anyone who applies to sit it will be relatively serious about doing so, and thus have prepared. Although, I was planning on handing over access to the file server to you after I’ve uploaded what I have, so that you’d be able to update the files. It’s a real pleasure. Same path. Thank you so much for doing it all, it’s a truly selfless thing to do. Thank you . (1) files get copied — currently if I need to change something (e.g. Please post any other mistakes you find on the question where you find them. 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. Easy? Have a look at the syllabus page to be sure, but I think the answer’s no. Do we need to know about cot, cosec, sec and their derives and things? Hello, as far as i know no radiation and no ideal gas laws fill be featured in this years paper right ? Specific topics within these? I’m not sure if I’ve missed seeing it in the spec! myPAT is India's largest online learning and assessment platform for JEE Main, JEE Advanced, BITSAT, NTSE & KVPY. https://oxfordpat.wordpress.com/oxford-pat-2016-question-11/. Hi! Name Description The toggle menu icon will collapse or expand the System Menu on the left side of the screen. No I don’t think so. I’m sorry but without more information I just don’t know! Do you have any advice about final phase of preparation of the PAT? As ever, the syllabus is online so have a check of that. Well, judging by the traffic patterns on this site, quite a few people started last week. “Elementary electrostatic forces and magnetism; electromagnets, motors, generators” But, pulleys are really easy because you just need to remember one thing: in a frictionless pulley, the tension in the string is the same on either side of the pulley. PAT paper 2019; PAT report 2019; PAT paper 2018; PAT report 2018; PAT paper 2017 Seemed like the most easy question ever on the pat, Did you only have to calcutate the displacement? how much do we need to know regarding integration and differentiation? A copy of the 2019 Physics Aptitude Test (PAT). Edexcel GCSE Mathematics May 2019 Past Paper 1H (PDF) There are only blue cubes, red cubes and yellow cubes in a box. resistance This year’s exam is under a week away and whilst I feel well prepared I was wondering if you had any ideas as to what might come up? PAT 2019 paper solutions. Hi, I’m really glad the site has been useful. When will the paper be released to look at? Hi Harry — they are linked to on the front page now, Can’t seem to add a comment on the solution page but I think the answer to Q10 on the 2015 Specimen paper is pi/3?? I’m just a bit perplexed.. I’m not an expert on the details of the qualifications, but I’ve worked with UK and US engineers and the basic content of engineering courses doesn’t vary that much; I think that a good degree in engineering science from Oxford would be highly valued in the US. Does anyone remember the answer to the logarithms multiple choice question? HI — thanks for your question. I’m really sorry but I won’t get time to do the answers for the 2001 and 2002 papers for several weeks because I’m quite busy at the moment, so any answers I do will come out some time after this year’s PAT. I’m applying for engineering so is the PAT score required going to be lower than the one for Physics? Everyone who applies to study Physics or Physics and Philosophy at Oxford must take the Physics Aptitude Test. Hi, But is this really such a bad thing? Just wondering if we need to know summation notation equation for the test. This is just a heads up for anyone who wants to use the offline version! sylabus does say levers and there have been some questions about rotations so im very confused. Past test papers and reports on test outcomes are posted on this site as they become available. Thanks a lot for the site btw. the better. I’d also like to give my thanks – your website was extremely helpful for me and I found out on Wednesday that I’ve been offered a place to read Physics! 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