Tip 1 : Understand linear, inverse, and quadratic relationships.
Almost everything on the #physics test can be described by a formula. And there are about 695841859649* different formulas and variations out there. But luckily, you don’t need to memorize them all. But what you should understand are how two variables are linked with one another
Tip 2 : Brush up on your chemistry.
The majority of physics classes usually shake out like this. You study the laws of motion and energy in the first half and then the laws of electricity and magnetism in the second half. You sprinkle in some of the leftover topics, like sound waves and optics, somewhere in between.
However, there are a few topics that your physics class may not cover, possibly because you might have covered them in chemistry. I’m talking about things like heat transfer, radioactive decay, and subatomic particles. The SAT puts these topics on both the Physics and Chemistry SAT, so make sure to review these as well.
BY DR.AHMED EZZAT TEAM
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