A level physicsWatch
That’s great! I did mechanics last month, and I’m doing electricity now. If you need any help with mechanics, I’ll help
I'll be starting electricity and waves topics after January - so you might be done by then.
We've completed Particles and Radiation and a bit of Mechanics and Electricity. I'm not great at Mechanics but I could probably help with Particles (when you get to it)
I think the key is just practice practice practice, especially the maths questions. If you can't do the A level questions then try some GCSE questions first. My Physics teacher made us do some for consolidation and it did help a little bit. There are plenty of practice questions on Physics and Maths tutor so those will be good place to start, but also try some questions from other exam boards as that will really help with interpreting and understanding the questions. Another thing I do (I did it a lot for Mechanics) was I would try to work back from the answer given. The AQA textbook I was following never showed you how to get to the solutions so it was up to you to figure out how they got to that answer. I would spend about 1h just staring at the question and jotting down possible ways before I finally figured out how to do it. It's a great method, especially for the mathematical questions as it improves your understanding and I found the recent cumulative I did much easier. Those are the 2 main things I can think of off the top of my head- they aren't electricity specific but I found them very beneficial. If I think of more I'll let you know.Do you need any textbooks because I've got some great ones to recommend for AQA exam board?