Ways to revise Physics...Watch
I'm currently in Year 12 and taking A Level Physics (OCR B) and was looking for different methods that people use to revise Physics e.g. in terms of reviewing content and going over past papers.
I have read the (oh-so-very-helpful) textbook multiple times, but that obviously isn't that helpful in terms of practise, and I don't know how suitable the old spec past papers would be.
I've also attempted to use Isaac Physics, but I usually either understand the topic, or don't and then poor attenton spam happens and well, I get bore/discouraged quite easily.
So anyone happy with the way they revise Physics and also happy to share how they revise Physics?
(I apologise for the semi-awkwarness of this post, but I seem to be a lot more talented and being awkward (or at least viewing myself as awkward), than at Physics.)
Here are some resources for physics which you may find useful.
A level Physics online (YT Channel)
Think Physics (YT Channel)
DrPhysicsA (YT Channel, A level + GCSE)
Mjlorton (YT Channel, mainly electronics)
Physics Galaxy (YT Channel)
Matt Anderson (YT Channel, San Diego State Uni)
A-Level physics (app, available on the Windows store, nice and interactive)
One thing to keep in mind when deciding which resources to use, I'd advise anyone not to fall into this habit of "oh this person doesn't do my exam board, so I won't use it"
Science is science regardless of exam boards, it's good to get your information from a variety of sources, as some may explain it in a way that suits your way of learning. When doing past papers or reading the spec you'll be able to filter out exactly what you need to know.
Another thing is, if you come across a topic that you find particularly hard to understand, go back to the basics and "lay the foundation".
Best of luck.