i’m terrible at physics

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i’m pretty alright at chemistry and biology, and so i’m pretty much relying on those for a 5-4 (i do aqa combined triology foundation) do u think this is possible. i’m trying to understand physics but everytime i do questions i get like everything wrong. last mock i got a 4 in physics tho. and a 5-4 overall
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would recommend using cognito or watching free science lessons
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would recommend using cognito or watching free science lessons
i use cognito
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Where do you lose marks? Do you struggle with calculations and rearranging the formulae? Do you forget the relevant information? Do you not know which information to include in a written answer?
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Where do you lose marks? Do you struggle with calculations and rearranging the formulae? Do you forget the relevant information? Do you not know which information to include in a written answer?
actually don’t know because i just did some questions and got them all pretty much wrong but i’ll let you know when i do a past paper. i’m fine at calculations
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actually don’t know because i just did some questions and got them all pretty much wrong but i’ll let you know when i do a past paper. i’m fine at calculations
This was something I did to improve during A-level - making a note of which parts of my answer were relevant to getting marks, and which parts weren't. Helps to trim down and refine your answers so you don't waste time.
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actually don’t know because i just did some questions and got them all pretty much wrong but i’ll let you know when i do a past paper. i’m fine at calculations
I think the only way to understand physics is to try not to get overwhelmed by the lengthy questions. Start by highlighting the key points in the question. Then imagine doing the experiment. For example it could be talking about electricity and what you need to turn a lamp on or something. Just try to imagine what you would need to do it. Think of it as in real life problem not a hard question on a paper. Hope this makes sense lmao
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