Advice about Physics AS level

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I'm struggling with AS physics(edexcel btw) , i find it hard to understand most of the topics and i've tried various ways of reading but it doesn't seem to stick. I mean i do 3 A level coures which are physics, maths and computer science and im doing fairly well on them except physics. Does anyone have any tips or suggestion for me on how to get better at physics becasue getting a "D" really isn't it
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If you're struggling with the mechanics part of Physics, you can practice a few topics from M1 and M2. (Moments, Projectile motion and components of forces, etc). The examples from the textbooks can be a big help.

M2 helped me a lot with Angular Projection.
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I took physics too in AS level. Watching youtube videos helps too as they can visualize what is going on.

Also, do a lot of past papers. The questions are of the same type each year.
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I took physics too in AS level. Watching youtube videos helps too as they can visualize what is going on.

Also, do a lot of past papers. The questions are of the same type each year.
Do you have any particular youtube channel in mind? Also thanks for the suggestion I will start doing past papers
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Do you have any particular youtube channel in mind? Also thanks for the suggestion I will start doing past papers
I've been watching physics online and science shorts to help with physics.
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If you're struggling with the mechanics part of Physics, you can practice a few topics from M1 and M2. (Moments, Projectile motion and components of forces, etc). The examples from the textbooks can be a big help.

M2 helped me a lot with Angular Projection.
Ngl my textbook isnt really that helpful and the part i find most difficult is the topic "Waves"
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Ngl my textbook isnt really that helpful and the part i find most difficult is the topic "Waves"
Have you tried revising using any of these? physics and maths tutor, Seneca or Isaac Physics??? They helped me
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Have you tried revising using any of these? physics and maths tutor, Seneca or Isaac Physics??? They helped me
thanks for the reply, i just started using seneca recently
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