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I'm in year 11, and just found out that there is a website called Isaac physics. I went on it but they're so many different things to be doing, it slightly confused me. How do you guys use the website? As in do you do questions from it every day or only for specific topics? Thanks.
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Hi, if I was you, I’d use Physics and maths tutor....I’m Currently near the end of year 1 in a levels and it is the most brilliant website I have found for any science at GCSE and A level. I’m currently achieving A stars because of it and I’m also teaching my brother gcse physics and I use the exam questions they provide and he is achieving high grades because of it. Isaac physics is primarily for basic calculations and won’t be too related to your year 11 courses. Hope this helps
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At a level Isaac physics is only used for weekly hw (quick calculations), I don’t see the point of use of it at a gcse level, if ur using it to push ur grades up; I’d strongly recommend the exam question booklets for each topic on physics and maths tutor
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(Original post by killak434)
At a level Isaac physics is only used for weekly hw (quick calculations), I don’t see the point of use of it at a gcse level, if ur using it to push ur grades up; I’d strongly recommend the exam question booklets for each topic on physics and maths tutor
alright, thanks for your help! I was just looking at it in preparation for year 12 physics
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I’d watch YouTube videos by ‘Physics online’ for a level content preparation; they will help you understand year 12 content.
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