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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

What is the best way to study Physics? I only got an A- on the subject back in HS :( and I want to do better in the future.

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    Get your concepts right and practice questions that makes you encounter different situations.

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  4. anonymous
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    Only an A-. My best advice is to give up. Your brain cannot process the information necessary to adequately learn physics. (Sarcasm.)

  5. Shayaan_Mustafa
    • 4 years ago
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    No. Don't give up. try your best and do practice. Practice makes better. I am an Electronics engineer at age of 20. Can you assume? Just believe on your own self and then you will see, you can do that which no one could do. Good Luck.

  6. anonymous
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    Just think that you are doing the things practically what you are studying i mean just imagine that you are doing it. Thats it youre done.

  7. unicorn
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    actually A- is good as quoted by Einstein logic can takes you from one point to another but imagination can takes you any where so keep imagining the thing and never stop asking question to your self that's it!!!

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