How to pass a Physics ExamHow to do well in Physics.

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    How to pass a Physics Exam/How to do well in Physics
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    Important things and concepts for the preparation of Physics exam​

    "Physics is the branch of science concerned with the properties of matter and energy and the relationships between them. It is based on mathematics and traditionally includes mechanics, optics, electricity and magnetism,acoustics, and heat.

    Modern physics, based on quantum theory, includes atomic, nuclear, particle, and solid-state studies. It can also embrace applied fields such as geophysics and meteorology".

    Physics is an experimental science and the scientific method emphasizes the need of accurate measurement of various measurable features of different phenomena or of man made objects.

    The study of Physics involves investigating such things as the laws of motion, the structure of space and time, the nature and type of forces that hold different materials together, the interaction between different particles, the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matter and so on.

    You will gain the knowledge that you need for your academic and professional development and to learn that how to do well in Physics exam.

    Diagrams are attached to explore the concepts briefly.

    Course is subdivided into several parts like lectures to provide guideline about to do well in physics exam.

    So we will cover...!

    Learning techniques for physics exam
    Knowing what to revise
    Understanding basic physics concepts
    Diversion of basic equations
    Learning of math skills required to do physics problem
    Score boosting strategy
    Account for friction
    Finding velocity from acceleration and much more


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