A level OCR Physics book recommendation

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thewingedlynx
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Any recommendations for A level Physics OCR textbooks to self-study from for As and A level?
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The Oxford OCR textbooks are often good, especially for sciences
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The Oxford OCR textbooks are often good, especially for sciences
thanks I'll check them out!
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Revise-leve...c=1&th=1&psc=1
Is this any good?
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Any recommendations for A level Physics OCR textbooks to self-study from for As and A level?
hey, are you planning on self-studying A-level Physics?
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hey, are you planning on self-studying A-level Physics?
Yeah, I'm mostly done through Module 4 right now, but I don't really understand e.m.fs and the radians of wavelengths about superpositions...
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