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Hey, so I'm doing triple science and I'm struggling with understanding Physics .Tbh I do pretty well in tests I got 82%.However,I don't really understand a lot of the topics. I've tried resources online but it's so hard. An example is Energy,I get the main idea but I never understand whether it's thermal,chemical etc...Can someone give me any advice on revision for physics? Thanks in advance
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Hey so with energy then the main types are:

- Thermal (If something is giving out heat)
- Kinetic (If something is moving)
- Gravitational Potential (If something is lifted of the ground)
- Stored Chemical (This is energy stored in fuels like coal, oil and uranium)

Revision wise the best way to revise physics is by doing practice questions. You can find loads on physicsandmathstutor.com
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Thank you that makes much more sense now 😊
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