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    I found a degree level physics book in my library today and took it home. No I'm fascinated with it but it's a real struggle to attempt to revise AS physics?

    Do I just find 'harder' physics more challenging and enjoyable?
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    Well I guess it's not going to do much harm.
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    (Original post by Animae)
    I found a degree level physics book in my library today and took it home. No I'm fascinated with it but it's a real struggle to attempt to revise AS physics?

    Do I just find 'harder' physics more challenging and enjoyable?
    Because you'd rather know how things really work than the dumbed down version you get at AS? :dontknow:

    Degree level physics is far more interesting in a lot of areas than AS is, and far more challenging.
    Reading into that stuff does also give you better understanding of other, simpler physical concepts too.
 
 
 
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