|May27-10, 02:53 PM||#18|
Should I Forget About Being A Physicist?
I would add that you should always study and review well for your tests. Get used to it because it will get a lot harder as you go on and you will need that dedication and perseverance to keep getting those good grades. If Physics is what you enjoy and want to do, then put in the work needed.
I got excellent grades in high school without really studying anything beyond the homework. I have had to learn how to study in college, which has not been the most enjoyable process but I have made it with excellent grades after a lot of hard work and hours. Please, don't make the same mistake I did of not developing study skills in high school. The stuff you are learning now is building the foundation that will make your college career successful. Learn this stuff well and don't B.S. your way through it!
|May31-10, 05:21 AM||#19|
Hey I just came back from school and I did really wellon my exam, but there was a mistake in the given on a question, and I told my teacher about it, he ssaid he had to check with the coordinator if he should stick to the marking scheme or check the answer that are right according to the wrong given. I'll have my marks by thursday.
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