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    Hi I'm currently studying physics maths history and biology at a level and need A*AAA. I cant seem to do physics for the life of me and keep failing in class and the mocks please help, thanks
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    (Original post by poppyrobbins)
    Hi I'm currently studying physics maths history and biology at a level and need A*AAA. I cant seem to do physics for the life of me and keep failing in class and the mocks please help, thanks
    http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/physics-revision/

    I'm afraid that there is no easy way to get yourself an A*.

     A* \Longleftrightarrow Study
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    (Original post by poppyrobbins)
    Hi I'm currently studying physics maths history and biology at a level and need A*AAA. I cant seem to do physics for the life of me and keep failing in class and the mocks please help, thanks
    Use the link the user above gave you, don't spend time writing out notes (instead use notes you can find online) and focus on doing questions. Try out Boundless and Khan Academy too.
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    (Original post by Louisb19)
    http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/physics-revision/

    I'm afraid that there is no easy way to get yourself an A*.

     A* \Longleftrightarrow Study
    thanks, i will have a look on that website
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Use the link the user above gave you, don't spend time writing out notes (instead use notes you can find online) and focus on doing questions. Try out Boundless and Khan Academy too.
    thank you, I attempt questions but its the actual content I dont understand so tend to get the questions wrong :/ I will try them websites thanks!
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    Same i got quite a few u's this year, my tutor helped me through each unit, there actually isnt alot to it its more or less formulae being broken down. Try past paper for physics as its 60% maths based and its how i managed an A in my tutors mocks
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    (Original post by poppyrobbins)
    thank you, I attempt questions but its the actual content I dont understand so tend to get the questions wrong :/ I will try them websites thanks!
    I'm in the exact same position for Mechanics (A-level Further Maths), since I've never really studied Physics properly. Boundless would really help you build up your understand, the rest is just practicing
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    (Original post by poppyrobbins)
    Hi I'm currently studying physics maths history and biology at a level and need A*AAA. I cant seem to do physics for the life of me and keep failing in class and the mocks please help, thanks
    This is a good revision site that doesn't seem to be very well known yet: https://isaacphysics.org/
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    (Original post by Jkoo22)
    Same i got quite a few u's this year, my tutor helped me through each unit, there actually isnt alot to it its more or less formulae being broken down. Try past paper for physics as its 60% maths based and its how i managed an A in my tutors mocks
    its so stressful getting constant bad results i cant seem to break down the wall preventing me from understanding it!
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    I'm in the exact same position for Mechanics (A-level Further Maths), since I've never really studied Physics properly. Boundless would really help you build up your understand, the rest is just practicing
    i guess so, i need more days in the week for all the practice I need to do!! haha
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    (Original post by ombtom)
    This is a good revision site that doesn't seem to be very well known yet: https://isaacphysics.org/
    thank you I will check it out!
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    (Original post by ombtom)
    This is a good revision site that doesn't seem to be very well known yet: https://isaacphysics.org/
    That is the best website for challenging physics questions
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    *watch*

    will be useful later
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    (Original post by poppyrobbins)
    its so stressful getting constant bad results i cant seem to break down the wall preventing me from understanding it!
    Im not exactly in the best position to talk only starting AS for the first time but many have said work put in is relatable to your grade. I find physics i have to self study as the physics teacher are **** at teaching
 
 
 
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