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    Next year Im starting my A levels and I am really nervous about physics. Although I got an A in my gcse physics I feel that I wont be able to get an A in physics but I really want to give it a shot. Any tips for getting a good grade in physics a level...
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    Get a textbook and read it , feel free to PM if you need any help or anything like that
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    Man learn how to rearrange equations i.e rearrange for x; y=3-jx so y-3=-jx then 3-y=jx .... x=3-7/j . Also learn UNITS!! e.g forces is measured in newtons (N), mass in (kg) ect. Keep ahead of work and practice your math skills (especially if your not doing maths)
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    also message or post if you need help, just done math and physics and off to uni to do mech eng
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    You may struggle at the start, don't let this put you down. I was getting Us at the start of AS physics and ended up with an A. Hard work is the key.

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