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hello guys, i want advice on how to improve in physics and take on hard exam questions.
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A lot of practice and exposure to the questions that are likely to appear on the exam sheet. Make sure concepts are clear and thorough. Very important.
If physics is your weakness, review it on a regular basis. Dedicated effort is required.
Then you should keep in mind that it’s about psychology- the more you dislike it or develop a strong negative emotion towards it, the less would you be able to study and score well. You need to bring about a passion. When things become clearer, it should come along. And don’t crack your head over it. If it’s difficult now, it’ll only get worse with time.

Divide physics and learn
1) Theory
2) Numericals
3) Graphs
4) Diagrams
5) Derivations

Good luck 🍀
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