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How many hours should I study physics?

How many hours should I study physics?

Maybe 2 or 3 hours per day per course. The rule of thumb in the US system is “spend three times the credit hours per week” on each course. Most courses (without lab or recitation) are worth three credits, so this means nine hours per course studying and working in addition to the three contact hours.

Will I pass my physics exam?

To pass your physics exams, you’ll need to pay attention in class and regularly study the subject matter so that you have an understanding of the core concepts that you were taught. On the day of the test, it’s important that you’re well-rested, have eaten properly, and remain calm during the test.

Why is Physics 2 so hard?

Asrai. Physics 1 can be difficult because you’re learning new things, new terms, new ideas. But in physics 2, you’re using the same ideas, but applying them to new things. jpharm is right though, the concepts can be more abstract, so difficult to comprehend if you don’t give it time.

Which is harder Physics 1 or 2?

Depending on your course description, Physics 1 is most likely classical mechanics and Physics 2 is most likely electricity and magnetism. Neither is more difficult than the other, but it depends on if you’re better at mechanics or E&M. I found it harder than physics 1 because the concepts are much less intuitive.

Which physics class is hardest?

It is possible to major in physics without taking Experimental Physics 1, in which case, Quantum will most likely be the hardest class for a physics major.

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