A-Level Physics Help.

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    Hi there,

    I'm an AS student studying Physics, Maths and Computer Science and I was just wondering if any current or past Physics students had any advice. Physics is probably my hardest subject out of the three in my opinion and any tips would be appreciated.

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    (Original post by Prudator)
    Hi there,

    I'm an AS student studying Physics, Maths and Computer Science and I was just wondering if any current or past Physics students had any advice. Physics is probably my hardest subject out of the three in my opinion and any tips would be appreciated.

    Thanks.
    Hiya,

    I'm currently doing A2 physics and there are a few things that I find really helpful.

    Make concise notes on the theory of each topic using several sources as when you come to revise it is easier than wading through the textbook! Including all the key definitions is helpful. Reading from lots of sources broadens understanding and helps you to answer unfamiliar questions.

    Practice as many questions as possible so that you are comfortable with using the formulae.

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    I finished my physics alevel which i got an A in. Physics is all about understanding, anyone can learn a new topic but its hard to get to grip with it. The best thing for physics is to do practise or past paper questions and watch youtube videos. And also the CGP revision guide is bloody brilliant. But the most important thing is to learn the definitions and keywords. Here is a link http://www.alevelphysicsonline.com
 
 
 
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