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Hi, does anyone know the best websites and books for Problem Solving in Physics. This would be at a GCSE and A- Level Level. Thank You.
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Issac Physics is a pretty decent site, it covers from GCSE to university level in physics, chemistry, maths and even computer science. Level 1 is Pre-AS level, level 2-3 is AS level, level 4-5 is A2 level and level 6 is university level (usually). Highers is harder than AS, National 5 is harder than GCSE, Advanced Highers is harder than A2, so for Highers it's closer to level 3 and for A2 it's closer to level 5.
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Check out the Shaum's series. They contain hundreds of worked problems.
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