Geography and Physics A-Level Watch
For me the best way to revise for Physics was to do as many past papers as possible. If your course has a textbook do the questions in that as well. I found that this helped show where I needed to put more work in so I could target my revision
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I do chemistry a level, but I’m sure most of it can be applied to physics. My biggest revision method for science is just doing practice questions. For physics you have IsaacPhysics which is great, with lots of questions in the textbook or CGP workbook. Do them, Mark them, do some more. Doing questions should be the main bulk of your revision, I find this much more helpful than going over content.
Don’t be using the same revision methods you did for GCSE as they won’t work for a level. Reading the textbook or highlighting a revision guide won’t help you. Make your revision active and practical.