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Best Revision Techniques for Physics

Every student aims to secure good marks in the exam. Hence, some students start preparing from the very beginning of their commencement of classes after vacations, whereas some students start preparing just a few days before their exam starts. In both the cases, students get worried for the exam. There are several exam preparation strategies one can follow but revision is the most important among all of them. Effective revision enables you to get material from your short term memory into your long term memory. Long term memory is like a library, information that is placed in it in a systematic way is more likely to be retrievable.
Here is a list of best revision tips that will help you to score well in physics exam:

  1. Revise with Drawings: Generally, whatever we study, we tend to forget it easily if we don’t revise it from time to time. While studying physics, it is a great idea to remember physics topics like laws of motion, current electricity and etc. by drawing them according to your understanding. Hence, you will have a graphical idea for every topic and it will be easy for u to remember them in the exam.
  1. Always use International Units: Yes, you heard it right! All answers on any Physics exam must be put down in the international measurement system - this means meters and seconds, never miles or minutes. Try to devote a part of your revision time for the practice of the conversions, so that you will be able to convert the units quickly without wasting time in the exam.
  1. Never Forget Units: In Physics, units as well as appropriate annotations, play the most important role in representing any answer. Memorising things like a Coulomb= C and a Joule= J means you won’t lose time on your exam trying to remember these abbreviations. There are also topics like Ohms law, ampere and etc which have a lot of important formulae as well as units. So, marking down the units for all your answers is the easiest way to guarantee earning marks in your exam.
  1. Make a Timetable For Revision: Revision is crucial but if it will be done with a proper timetable then one can easily remember the units, formulae, laws and concepts for a longer period of time. A systematic study structure allows you to go through all the chapters thoroughly with a good break.
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