Best way to revise A2 Physics?

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Struggling at the moment. Any good websites, youtube videos, books i could use to help me? (AQA) thanks.
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Do ****tons of problems.
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(Original post by alow)
Do ****tons of problems.
ive done all the aqa past papers, any other resources?
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(Original post by liverpool2044)
ive done all the aqa past papers, any other resources?
1) AQA exam board past papers.
2) International AQA exam board past papers.



other than that why not try Oxford PAT(physics aptitude test) just to engage with more challenging problems...
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physicsandmathstutor.com

It has topic questions all grouped together. Very useful.


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How do you revise for ISA's? I mean some questions in the ISA can be really nasty (not the uncertainty or graph questions obviously). Thanks
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memorise the textbook and do all questions in existence

then still come out with a D because you couldn't possibly have been prepared for the ridiculous questions they ask you

then realise it doesn't matter because a physics A level isn't remotely useful for studying physics in higher education anyway



do you sense any bitterness? oh yes
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