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How do people study for a level physics, I try, but I always procrastinate and get bored? A topic that I'm struggling with atm is electricity I seem to understand the concepts but when it comes to questions I go completely wrong... does anyone have any electricity notes for aqa physics a-level or anything useful in terms of revision?
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How do people study for a level physics, I try, but I always procrastinate and get bored? A topic that I'm struggling with atm is electricity I seem to understand the concepts but when it comes to questions I go completely wrong... does anyone have any electricity notes for aqa physics a-level or anything useful in terms of revision?
hey so I just finished year 13 and I had to self-teach the electricity topic during lockdown last year. this is what I did to teach myself:
- science shorts + physics online on YouTube
- electricity questions on physics and maths tutor
- make some form of revision e.g. notes/flashcards/mindmaps personally I used mind maps as you can see how everything links together
- check your revision against the specification to check that you have covered everything

for the multiple choice questions you need to understand how the equations you use all link together and how they work
I dont know if you have access to the official aqa a level physics textbook but that covers everything you need to know in a good depth and the summary questions at the bottom of the page are a good way to check your understanding of each topic
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