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    I've got my Higher Physics prelim tomorrow and have been frantically searching google and other sites for higher physics resources.

    Since im bored of physics at the moment, i thought i would share with you, all the :cool: cool people that do/have done physics, what i found

    Feel free to add to this list btw i think this post deserves rep :rolleyes:

    Anyway, its the one, the only, the original bbc bitesize I know, its not the best of sites, but anyway.

    If you're wanting to discuss a specific problem, post in TSR Physics help

    Or, if you dont get a reply there, try the HSN forum, which also has notes, etc, here

    For past paper solutions, try the SQA Website or here

    And finally, for those of you who have schools that have subscribed, there's Scholar
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    You know I was thinking "that's quite a rep worthy post", but it went out of my head as soon as I saw the subtle hint
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    Hey my old Physics teacher from high school created a site to help with standard grade and higher physics. It's a really easy way to learn the subject.
    If there's anything that's not on the site you can also send him an email with any extra questions you have.
    http://www.helpmyphysics.co.uk
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    (Original post by Acaila)
    You know I was thinking "that's quite a rep worthy post", but it went out of my head as soon as I saw the subtle hint
    :eek: ah well....i did try

    (Original post by katy18)
    Hey my old Physics teacher from high school created a site to help with standard grade and higher physics. It's a really easy way to learn the subject.
    If there's anything that's not on the site you can also send him an email with any extra questions you have.
    http://www.helpmyphysics.co.uk
    Great site
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    Hmmm... as i've recently chosen (a choice i fear i'll regret) to take physics these sights will hopefully be useful!
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    There is also the textbook, New Higher Physics (2nd Edition), which i bought today
    it's pretty good and covers the course in detail with questions at the end of each section.

    it is however, quite pricey at about £20.

    anyway, its called New Higher Physics, it's written by Adrian Watt and the ISBN thingy is 034084776x
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    My school's physics textbooks are from (seriously!) 1972. They have very funny diagrams, lots of people in flairs and polo-necks etc. I wonder how up-to-date the information in them actually is?!
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    I don't think the equations of motion have changed that much since then
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    lol...yeah, i dont think many theories (studied at higher at least) have been disproven in the last 20-30 years
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    Thank god.








    Damn.... can't sure the school when I fail now. :mad:
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    Really any large book shop(waterstones, borders etc) or online at amazon or leckie and leckies own site.
 
 
 

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