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    What are good methods for revising for my physics AS level? I'm struggling with it at the moment, and considering it's a new spec it seems like the exam will be a lot harder. Do you have any specific ways in which you revise for physics (or any of the sciences)?
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    hello im also doing the new spec for physics OCR (as well as chemistry and biology) and i just do all of the summary questions and practice questions available in the text book and they also have practice papers in the back. the specimen papers are also available, although your teachers may want to use them for a mock exam, so i'd check with your teachers first.

    also, i don't know if your school uses something called 'kerboodle'- it has practice questions on there and we often get given them as assessments
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    (Original post by Astro-Smarties)
    hello im also doing the new spec for physics OCR (as well as chemistry and biology) and i just do all of the summary questions and practice questions available in the text book and they also have practice papers in the back. the specimen papers are also available, although your teachers may want to use them for a mock exam, so i'd check with your teachers first.

    also, i don't know if your school uses something called 'kerboodle'- it has practice questions on there and we often get given them as assessments
    Okay thank you and yep we do use kerboodle so I'll have a look at that more often
 
 
 
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