study methods for alevel physics?

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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 09:37
You are confident,i gotta admit that.Carry on this ego for the rest of your life. I got A on my A Levels physics. i was like you, never had much attention on terminal exams and it was up to 'B''b' for board examination,what exactly i did is,i just went through David Sangs' book,A Level revision guide for paper 1,2 and 4 And attempted some past papers from 2008 and above. For paper 3, practicals done on School were sufficient.Paper 5 hard part was question no 1.,i covered for these topics:CROs,Signal generator,as extra ones . YOU can take my examination approach as a refrence. From my side what i advice you is practice past papers (avilable at as much as you can.Some problems ideas are known,mainly MCQs have same ideas,there is not much change .Revise chapters based on your need,remain p3 and p5 be careful with units,significant figures You will be appearing this may/june examination, you have plenty of time.If you have a fair commitment you can get A* or A easily YOU CAN LOOK FOR GRADE THRESHOLD at,,FOR CLEAR IDEA OF HOW MUCH EFFORT YOU HAVE TO PUT IN. BEST OF LUCK FOR THE EXAM AND THE CHALLENG AS WELL
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