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    I'm trying to self-study for Physics AS Edexcel (IAL) for May/June session with Biology and Chemistry. I'm not really sure how to begin as there is no one to guide me (i.e. a teacher) thus I'll appreciate if anyone can give me advice, notes, links, etc. Plus I'm a private candidate-
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    (Original post by Julie Hime-sama)
    I'm trying to self-study for Physics AS Edexcel for May/June session with Biology and Chemistry. I'm not really sure how to begin as there is no one to guide me (i.e. a teacher) thus I'll appreciate if anyone can give me advice, notes, links, etc. Plus I'm a private candidate-
    Have you bought the textbook(s) yet? They’ll probably be your biggest help, you can learn from them and they have some practice questions in them to check your understanding. There are probably YouTube videos out and about specific to your exam board so they’ll be really helpful too, there are resources around here on TSR, physics and maths tutor is always a good bet for notes and practice questions! I do AQA physics and I’m in Y13 and this is basically what I do, even though I am taught
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    (Original post by Protostar)
    Have you bought the textbook(s) yet? They’ll probably be your biggest help, you can learn from them and they have some practice questions in them to check your understanding. There are probably YouTube videos out and about specific to your exam board so they’ll be really helpful too, there are resources around here on TSR, physics and maths tutor is always a good bet for notes and practice questions! I do AQA physics and I’m in Y13 and this is basically what I do, even though I am taught
    I wasn't sure which textbook to buy so I have been using online resources for now and yes I do watch Youtube videos to understand concepts although at times I get stuck. Thank you so much for taking out your time to reply!
 
 
 
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