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    Hello everyone.

    Just wondering if anyone has any top tips for A level physics?

    Much appreciated.

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    What exam board you doing?
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    I do AQA i got A in my mock, the way i revised was i made notes and then did practice questions from the textbook and past papers from the old spec as the style of questions hasnt changed
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    Its gonna be the same answer. Make notes, go over content regularly, do practise questions and past papers.
    For all threads in this vein, ie 'How do I do good in <insert subject>?' the answer is going to be the exact same
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    (Original post by cleggj88)
    I do AQA i got A in my mock, the way i revised was i made notes and then did practice questions from the textbook and past papers from the old spec as the style of questions hasnt changed
    The spec itself has barely changed (>95% identical contentwise according to my head of science). The only real change is the move from a modular course to a linear one.
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    Should we make a Physics A level resource/revision thread for the new spec?
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    Questions, physics is about understanding, not memorising
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    (Original post by an_atheist)
    The spec itself has barely changed (>95% identical contentwise according to my head of science). The only real change is the move from a modular course to a linear one.
    I know it hasnt changed much
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    AQA new spec.

    The understanding is definitely the tricky part for sure!!


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