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How do you guys revise for physics. what revision techniques do u use
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What board are you doing? I am currently doing AQA and I think the best way is just answer a bunch of questions. Memorise the definitions and once that is done just know how to calculate different things and you should be fine. There are some crucial laws you need to know like Newton's and Kirchoff but as long as you have memorised all that the only thing left to do is keep practicing questions.
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Use the techniques of fellow Physicists, Feynman and Einstein

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How do you guys revise for physics. what revision techniques do u use
Get my notes for a topic, type questions to stimulate fact recall from those notes. Next day I go fill in the answers to those questions. I add to them as I do past paper questions then I use the question to test and engage with the material.
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i am doing ocr but i don't know the best way to revise
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- write out a concise version of notes and frequently go over them from time to time.

- do past papers
* as in, I'd do a paper, in pencil. Then the questions I got completely right I'd leave, then the ones I got wrong I'd rub them out try and figure out how to do them until I got 100% in that paper.

- or watch YouTube videos to give myself a better understanding (A Level Physics Online is quite good :yep:)
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- write out a concise version of notes and frequently go over them from time to time.

- do past papers
* as in, I'd do a paper, in pencil. Then the questions I got completely right I'd leave, then the ones I got wrong I'd rub them out try and figure out how to do them until I got 100% in that paper.

- or watch YouTube videos to give myself a better understanding (A Level Physics Online is quite good :yep:)
I also use that its really useful
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Can u guys help me with a physics question
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