Learning a language means learning vocabulary. Physics uses a vocabulary of quantities which need to be memorised in the same way. Last weekend I took my daughter to the supermarket in the car. As I pulled away she said "I bet you like the v minus u over t of this car don't you?" It … Continue reading How can Techniques used in Learning a Language Help in Learning Physics?
The top five most effective ways to get the most out of your revision After every exam series, the awarding bodies (exam boards) put their past papers online for students and teachers to use. I've collected them for you and put them here in one easy-to-find place so you need never go searching again. Photo … Continue reading How to use Past Papers to ACE YOUR EXAMS!!
Let's be honest, revision can be boring. So how do you keep doing it? The word "motivation" derives from the word "motive" - the reason for doing something. There are two types of motivation that we all have for doing things: intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation. Intrinsic motivation is the self motivation we have when … Continue reading How to improve your motivation to revise.
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Exams are looming. You're running out of time and you're getting stressed. You're working as hard as you think you can but you've still got soooo much to revise. Photo by NastyaSensei Sens on Pexels.com There's just too much work and not enough time! Many people in this situation think they need to simply work … Continue reading How to do more exam revision in less time?
As a parent and a teacher, I often have the chance to ask students what they do to revise for an exam. By far the most common response is something like "I just read through my notes/textbook/revision guide until I remember it all". However, when you watch somebody actually using this method you realise that … Continue reading The most popular Exam Revision technique is also the worst.