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    I have about a month left before uni starts. I want to give myself a head start and prepare for the first year of physics. Does anyone have any recommendations on what I could cover or any links to websites that introduce you to degree-level physics?
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    YoYo, where u off to??
    Jus' make sure your calculus is on point. I'd also recommend looking at the using integration/summing of small things/changes in small quantities as a way of working your way up finding those quantities microscopically - it's supa useful!
    The rest is obvious, polish up on mechs etc
    Maybe watch some MIT opencourseware lectures if that's ur thing
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    (Original post by DeuteriumPie)
    Jus' make sure your calculus is on point. I'd also recommend looking at the using integration/summing of small things/changes in small quantities as a way of working your way up finding those quantities microscopically - it's supa useful!
    The rest is obvious, polish up on mechs etc
    Maybe watch some MIT opencourseware lectures if that's ur thing
    Will do, thanks so much!
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    (Original post by shuu00)
    I have about a month left before uni starts. I want to give myself a head start and prepare for the first year of physics. Does anyone have any recommendations on what I could cover or any links to websites that introduce you to degree-level physics?
    It's very important to cover all the movies you wanted to watch.
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    (Original post by Unkempt_One)
    It's very important to cover all the movies you wanted to watch.
    I'm not really a movie person haha, thanks tho!
 
 
 
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