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    Posted by AquaSparklySeahorse (U14631868) on Tuesday, 5th February 2013

    HI all,
    I have got a Chemistry and Physics exam next month. I feel as though i am really not prepared for both exams. I am fairly okish with Chemistry however with physics it is a whole other story! smiley - sadface
    There is alot of maths involved in Physics and maths is again one of my weakest subjects. There is alot also to memorise..... I dont even know where to start... I glare at my textbook for 10 mintures for Physics and just give up:L

    ahhhh! i'm so scared! HELP!

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    Posted by U15606153 (U15606153) on Wednesday, 6th February 2013

    HI all,
    I have got a Chemistry and Physics exam next month. I feel as though i am really not prepared for both exams. I am fairly okish with Chemistry however with physics it is a whole other story! smiley - sadface
    There is alot of maths involved in Physics and maths is again one of my weakest subjects. There is alot also to memorise..... I dont even know where to start... I glare at my textbook for 10 mintures for Physics and just give up:L

    ahhhh! i'm so scared! HELP!  
    hiya smiley - smiley to begin revising for things, i usually look through a few bits in the book that i'm not so sure on, and if i find some information that i didn't know i write it down. afterwards i go over all the notes and try to memorize them so i know that i actually know them and i'm not just reading them. the BBC covers most subjects, so there are tests you can take to see how you're getting along smiley - smiley only take a short time to do your revision, but you should do it most nights.
    i hope this helped a wee bit and good luck in your exam smiley - smiley

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    Posted by U15606876 (U15606876) on Thursday, 7th February 2013

    Physics involves a lot of formulas which seem hard to remember, but many of the formulas you need will be included at the start of the paper smiley - smiley All you have to know is how to change the formulas. Try looking up the 'triangles' for each formula as they make changing the formula much easier smiley - smiley

    Good luck!!

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