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    Any ways to remember all the physics equations? I place them all on flashcards but still struggle after some time?
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    ahhh I am making some now as we speak! (but procrastinating on TSR at the same time). Idk, I hope it works for me, try other memorisation methods-a story, song or try putting visuals for each equation, or the equations that are hard to learn
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    (Original post by mc_miah)
    ahhh I am making some now as we speak! (but procrastinating on TSR at the same time). Idk, I hope it works for me, try other memorisation methods-a story, song or try putting visuals for each equation, or the equations that are hard to learn
    will try this thank you! good luck with your revision as well xx
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    The thing that helps me and loads of people I know is to use practice questions. Find questions that use the equation you want and just practice with loads of questions and soon the equation will be like second nature. Try it and see if it works.
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    Just constantly return to them and test them. If you do 10 minutes every two days, which seems so little, by the time you get to GCSEs you'll know them so easily!
 
 
 
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