Need help preparing for my Physics resit

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Long story short, I was in the IGCSE class of 2019. My Physics grade was far from ideal, making it impossible for me to take up the subject in A level. I plan on re-sitting my IGCSE Physics exam in hopefully May/June 2022 which would give me a chance to pursue my dream career as a pilot.

Problem is, I'm not quite sure where to start in terms of studying and sitting for this Physics resit. I've been engaging in my A-level subjects for more than a year and I'm interested in beginning preparation for my Physics resit, but I'm kind of overwhelmed on where to begin, as I have forgotten a decent amount of what I learned since I did my first Physics IGCSE exam in 2019.

Any and all help is appreciated, thank you.
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Long story short, I was in the IGCSE class of 2019. My Physics grade was far from ideal, making it impossible for me to take up the subject in A level. I plan on re-sitting my IGCSE Physics exam in hopefully May/June 2022 which would give me a chance to pursue my dream career as a pilot.

Problem is, I'm not quite sure where to start in terms of studying and sitting for this Physics resit. I've been engaging in my A-level subjects for more than a year and I'm interested in beginning preparation for my Physics resit, but I'm kind of overwhelmed on where to begin, as I have forgotten a decent amount of what I learned since I did my first Physics IGCSE exam in 2019.

Any and all help is appreciated, thank you.
if you find gcse physics difficult , then you will most likely struggle at a level
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if you find gcse physics difficult , then you will most likely struggle at a level
I never really found it difficult, I just didn't take it seriously as I should have and didn't prepare enough the first time around.

I'm also not interested in pursuing it for A-level, I just want to fix my IGCSE grade.
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I never really found it difficult, I just didn't take it seriously as I should have and didn't prepare enough the first time around.

I'm also not interested in pursuing it for A-level, I just want to fix my IGCSE grade.
oh ok. just start from topics you don't understand first just incase they come up(flashcards)
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