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Hi guys i am worried about physics because obviously i want to do well so do have any advice on how to revise properly thanks from abdul
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We’re lucky as physics isn’t too subjective, most of the time there are definite answers. So assuming you’re in high school I think maybe mock exams/ online Powerpoints and interactive sessions should do the trick! I don’t know what level of exam you’re sitting so I can’t recommend sites / books.
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If this is for GCSE physics, then learn the equations. These can be simple marks in the exam as all you will need to do is plug in the values. Also learn the content.Try practice papers, as these will allow you to test yourself. I find BBC Bitesize GCSE and physics and maths tutor very useful. Physics and maths tutor has practice exams and notes. I have found it useful for all 3 sciences. Hopefully this is been useful.
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