I am curious how many humans on this forum are teaching themselves physics and mathematics. Thus, are you being taught or are you teaching yourself physics and mathematics?
I am teaching myself physics and maths through various online resources such as Khan Academy, Coursera, and YouTube tutorials. I also use textbooks and practice problems to supplement my learning.
I have always been interested in science and mathematics, and I wanted to challenge myself by learning these subjects on my own. I also believe that having a strong foundation in these areas will benefit me in my future career as a scientist.
It can be challenging at times, but with dedication and perseverance, it is definitely achievable. It also helps to have a strong understanding of basic concepts and to break down complex topics into smaller, more manageable parts.
Setting goals and tracking my progress has been a great way for me to stay motivated. I also find it helpful to take breaks and engage in other activities to avoid burnout and maintain a healthy balance.
My biggest tip would be to not be afraid to ask for help when needed. Whether it's reaching out to online communities or seeking guidance from a mentor, having support can make a big difference. It's also important to stay organized and consistent in your studying habits.