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Whats the best revision method for the subject?

Also does anyone have any good resources/websites/book recommendations that could help me to get better at coding in python?
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I use a mix of resources, mainly: Isaac Computer Science, Physics and Math Tutor (has AQA and OCR only), CraignDave, and Computer Science for more in-depth detail on certain topics. As for Python, I'd recommend Automate The Boring Stuff and Tech With Tim.
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With the Python side of things, these are some good free resources:
  • Automate the Boring Stuff with Python (course and book) - the author makes the course free at the start of every month
  • Corey Schafer (YouTube channel)
  • mCoding (YouTube channel)
  • sentdex (YouTube channel) - look for his Python 3 Programming playlist
  • ArjanCodes (YouTube channel) - does intermediate OOP videos
  • Tech With Tim (YouTube channel) - his recent content is good
  • Real Python (video and article tutorials)
  • r/learnpython (Reddit)
  • Python (Discord server)

I would recommend not spending money on a course when there is a limitless amount of free video content on the internet. Although, If you really want to buy a book/PDF I would recommend the No Starch Press ones.

Also, do not waste your time learning Python 2 as support for it ended at the start of 2020. Stick to Python 3.6+ material.
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(Original post by TQRL)
I use a mix of resources, mainly: Isaac Computer Science, Physics and Math Tutor (has AQA and OCR only), CraignDave, and Computer Science for more in-depth detail on certain topics. As for Python, I'd recommend Automate The Boring Stuff and Tech With Tim.
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(Original post by Composure)
With the Python side of things, these are some good free resources:
  • Automate the Boring Stuff with Python (course and book) - the author makes the course free at the start of every month
  • Corey Schafer (YouTube channel)
  • mCoding (YouTube channel)
  • sentdex (YouTube channel) - look for his Python 3 Programming playlist
  • ArjanCodes (YouTube channel) - does intermediate OOP videos
  • Tech With Tim (YouTube channel) - his recent content is good
  • Real Python (video and article tutorials)
  • r/learnpython (Reddit)
  • Python (Discord server)

I would recommend not spending money on a course when there is a limitless amount of free video content on the internet. Although, If you really want to buy a book/PDF I would recommend the No Starch Press ones.

Also, do not waste your time learning Python 2 as support for it ended at the start of 2020. Stick to Python 3.6+ material.
tysm for all the resources, i'll have a look at them all now
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