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    Posted by U14454715 (U14454715) on Monday, 27th August 2012

    Help! I need help on refraction and any creative ways to revise physics. I got A in chemistry and I really want to get an a in physics-p1, any help?

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    Posted by U15461988 (U15461988) on Monday, 15th October 2012

    Help! I need help on refraction and any creative ways to revise physics. I got A in chemistry and I really want to get an a in physics-p1, any help?  GCSE bitesize Physics, or buy a Physics revision book, Youtube etc.

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    Posted by BitesizePhysicsTeacher (U15165682) on Monday, 5th November 2012

    Bitesize is a great source of information to help you revise, and there are some great books out there too. Just make sure you use the right one for the course you are following, though - a Scottish Standard Grade book won't be entirely suitable for an English GCSE course.

    It won't do you any harm to re-read your school notes, and even better is to re-write them in some form - trying to distill the main points into brief notes, rather than just copying them as they are.

    If you're exam board publishes exam papers for previous years it's worth doing the past paper questions for practice - they are as close as you can get to what your exam will look like.

    Don't forget to ask your teacher if they can spare some time to help you if you need it, and look out for study groups in your school.

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