How To Study For Physics Exam
Post on 18,June 2019   10:56 PM
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Studying Physics one day before exam won’t help in getting good marks and also the pressure would be too much. So it is advisable to study from the first day and to be regular to classes. Following are the tips that can be used while preparing for exams, as well as at the beginning of the academic year.

â Studying a few days or weeks before the exam. Cramming all the important topics and concepts one night before the exam won’t be helpful. It becomes important to understand and practice all the concepts andnumericals a few weeks before the exam.

â Review the topics that may be asked in the test. This could be done by referring to previous year questions and also the questions that are asked in the class tests. Memorizing the basic concepts, for example; what are the different types of stress which involve tensile stress, compressive stress, thermal stress, etc.

â Solving problems at home. Getting a hang of numerical problems is very important as most of the Physics concepts have problems. Practising different set of numerical questions also helps in improving Maths as most of the problems involve differentiation, integration and other important concepts in maths.

â Memorizing important variables and units. Physics is full of variables that are used in the equations and also units. Understanding units of all the physical quantities in SI unit systems, CGS and MKS unit system is important.

â Paying attention to unit conversions. Always read the question properly and completely as the answer might be asked in a different unit.

â Use flashcards to memorize the equations. Writing down the equation name, equation and the notations used in the equation along with units is very useful while revising the concepts.

â During exams, read the instructions carefully to avoid potential misinterpretations. This also gives you a clear picture of which section to attempt first and which section requires a lot of thinking.

â Keeping track of time is again one of the important things to remember. This can be practised by taking up mock tests.

âBefore answering the questions from multiple choice questions, try to answer the questions without looking at the options given. If this doesn’t help, then try cancelling out the wrong answers.

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