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"Personalise" your formulae list

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  • "Personalise" your formulae list

    Philip Bradfield Higher Physics Tutor (Kirkcaldy) Picture The most secure way to prepare for any examination is to expand (annotate/personalise) the standard given lists of formulae - to make sure you know the meaning and context of every equation/formula. This will be built up during your study  year(s), and will not only act as a revision guide,...

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