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    Hi guys,
    I've been doing past papers for physics 1 and have been doing really well on the particles, quantum phenomena side but always struggle with the electricity problems they give you. Has anyone got any tips for how to be able to do them just as well, because its always bringing me down
    thanks a bunch

    I went through every exam paper, picking out all the electricity questions. Then, look at the mark schemes for each question and create a mind-map with the points the exam board want you to include. It makes it really easy to see the kind of way you should answer the questions. This works especially when the exam changes a variable and you have to work out what happens in terms or resistance, current and voltage. Working like a charm for me. Went from a C to high B
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