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    I would like to study A-Level Physics and would greatly appreciate some advice in regards to self-teaching and the resources I should use.


    1. What method do you use to learn and revise for Physics?
    2. What textbooks and revision guides do you use?
      1. Do you use a textbook not on the syllabus or only the exam board endorsed one?

    3. Are there any good free resources available?
      1. What are some good websites/ Youtube Channels?

    4. What other resources do you use?


    Thank you for your time!
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    1. Well for Physics, the best method in my opinion are past papers.
    2. I use the CGP book for quick information and my teacher wrote typed notes for the syllabus, I found the textbook endorsed by the board absolutely disgusting. But that's just me.
    3. cyberphysics.co.uk is a good website, there are also some good youtube channels out there. Search A Level electricity physics on youtube, you'll find a video with someone writing on blank paper. He's pretty good. (Forgot his channel name)
    4. Ehm nothing really just the notes, CGP book and every single past paper available.

    I do AQA A Physics.
 
 
 
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