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    Hi everyone! This is my first post on TSR so forgive me if I break any rules. So I just wanted to ask if anyone has used the live physics website which consists of numerous video tutorials. I just wanted to know if the £80 is worth the investment. I would appreciate it if anyone who has subscribe to their service could tell me how useful they found the videos and if they would recommend it. Thanks in advance and good luck!
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    Personally I'd not suggest paying any money for videos that you'll be able to find for free on youtube.
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    You can get many textbooks (I wouldn't recommend the typical school ones, but they can be useful, albeit more costly overall) for less than £30 that encompass most (if not all) specifications, with all sorts of whimsical tutorials and questions, including videos on a disc or online.

    If I were you, I'd use that £80 to buy either your specifications textbooks, or the best darn book you can find. Just another note, Khan Academy is the best thing you could dream about, and it's free.
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    (Original post by Darth_Narwhale)
    Personally I'd not suggest paying any money for videos that you'll be able to find for free on youtube.
    Can you suggest any videos from youtube that can help me with my a-level physics? (I take Edexcel btw if it helps)
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    (Original post by (Yagami Light))
    Can you suggest any videos from youtube that can help me with my a-level physics? (I take Edexcel btw if it helps)
    Everything you will ever need

    https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics
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    (Original post by (Yagami Light))
    Can you suggest any videos from youtube that can help me with my a-level physics? (I take Edexcel btw if it helps)
    You're not new to this forum, you make threads like this all the time. You need to stop being lazy and get to work, it doesn't matter which resource you use, they're pretty much all the same. It just requires that you work

    KhanAcademy
    http://www.aklectures.com/subject/cl...116-Kinematics
    DrphysicsA
    Walter Lewin
    Yale online course

    Now leave this forum, you have all the resources you'll ever need. Bye bye
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    (Original post by Callicious)
    Everything you will ever need

    https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics
    I've never really used Kahn Academy. Just had a look, doesn't seem to go beyond A-level, so not exactly everything you'll ever need.

    E.g. only goes up to Bohr Model for quantum...
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    (Original post by langlitz)
    I've never really used Kahn Academy. Just had a look, doesn't seem to go beyond A-level, so not exactly everything you'll ever need.

    E.g. only goes up to Bohr Model for quantum...
    The fellow only posted in the A-Level Physics area so I assumed ;-;

    I suppose you're right though, it does only go up to the Bohr model. Live Physics is only for A-Level too though! (afaik :-
 
 
 
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