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    Default SL physics lab

    Has anyone taken the SL physics lab? I need to know
    If we really need to order the lab kit? Please give details.
    Thanks
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    Not the physics lab, but I just did the Bio lab. They make you upload the order information for the lab kit from eScience as well as the unique lab kit code on each of the lab sheet submissions as well.

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    Also instead of quizzes you have worksheets with the lab classes. The answers are based on your experiments which require a kit. Unfortunately this makes SL lab courses more expensive than community college courses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geissingert View Post
    Has anyone taken the SL physics lab? I need to know
    If we really need to order the lab kit? Please give details.
    Thanks
    I ended up not taking the lab and got rid of the lab kit. But I think you will need to get the kit or find a way to scrounge up the components of the kit so you can do the experiments. Take a look at the syllabus on the SL site and you will see that you need to complete worksheets and provide photos.
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    It's more detailed then I thought
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    Quote Originally Posted by geissingert View Post
    It's more detailed then I thought
    Yea, you're going to need the kit.
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