What is the best site/book to use for a level physics?

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Hi, I would like to ask what should the main source of information be to get an A* in a level physics. I think that the best thing to do is to use the AQA Physics wiki book, then do topic/exam questions on Isaac physics or another site. Then I could watch a video if I need help. This is because the wiki book is condensed , so I could spend more time doing questions (which is a good thing - right?) . I just wanted other people's advice. BTW I'm not in a-level yet, I just wanted to ask

Any help would be appreciated!!!
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Basically what ive been doing is just reading through topics and then answering loads of questions on them from physics and maths tutor. Doing this ive been gettin A* in all of the past papers that ive done. Same for chemistry too
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Basically what ive been doing is just reading through topics and then answering loads of questions on them from physics and maths tutor. Doing this ive been gettin A* in all of the past papers that ive done. Same for chemistry too
do you think that the AQA wiki book would be good, or should I just use physics and maths tutor
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Basically what ive been doing is just reading through topics and then answering loads of questions on them from physics and maths tutor. Doing this ive been gettin A* in all of the past papers that ive done. Same for chemistry too
do you not make notes? and where do you read them from?
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do you not make notes? and where do you read them from?
Nah i dont take any notes, as for me it feels like a waste of time but i know some people who do like to take notes. I just read from the ocr a level textbook that we get given. The textbook its self also has some questions which i like to go through.
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Nah i dont take any notes, as for me it feels like a waste of time but i know some people who do like to take notes. I just read from the ocr a level textbook that we get given. The textbook its self also has some questions which i like to go through.
Last question, do you think just using the wiki book is fine?
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do you think that the AQA wiki book would be good, or should I just use physics and maths tutor
Im not sure because my exam board is ocr, but physics and maths tutor is probably better in terms of questione because its got a massive bank of them for eqch topic, for all exam boards
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Im not sure because my exam board is ocr, but physics and maths tutor is probably better in terms of questione because its got a massive bank of them for eqch topic, for all exam boards
What about the ocr wiki book?
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What about the ocr wiki book?
I have no clue. Ill check it out and get back to u
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