How to Learn A Level Physics in Singapore?
Updated: Jul 18, 2022
In A level exams, students always think that physics is probably the easiest subject to study as it has the least content to be memorized. However, this perception has been constantly proven to be false through the various physics exams in schools. How to study for a subject which doesn't have a lot of content to be studied. In this article, we will discuss it thoroughly.
1. Read the school notes again and again
The purpose of reviewing the school notes is to consolidate the foundation. Many students will say that the difficulty of the physics exam is not at all on the same level as the school notes' knowledge. The majority of students who don't do well in physics because they don't have a firm grasp of the basics. Many students fail to remember or understand the basic concepts, theorems, formulas, and different types of examples. So when you look at the school notes again and again, you will deepen your understanding and draw inferences about other cases from one instance.
2. Do simple exercises
Starting with basic questions is a strategy that may be overlooked by students in Junior College. Students may feel that simple questions are useless, but they are not. It is an important process to strengthen the fundamental knowledge of the subject after learning from the school notes. Don't think simple questions are useless, but whether or not you can thorough grasp on these simple questions will have a impact on your ability to apply them later on.