# How can I finish studying these topics in 45 days? (2 hours a day)

Summary:: Hi, I am in a high a school and I want to finish these topics in one month and solve advanced problems also. Can anyone help me to make a schedule to go through it ?

Hi, I am in a high a school and I want to finish these topics in one month and solve advanced problems also :

I study with watching lectures on youtube and memorizing some contexts.

I want to make a daily missions to ace the subject.

I have studied the first chapter but I need to solve it again because I want to solve any problems about it.

• Chapter 1: Electrical Current and Ohm's Law
• Electricity basic concepts
• resistivity and conductivity
• Parallel and series connection
• Ohm's Law for a closed circult
• How to solve problems
• Problems on Ohm's law for closed circuit
• Kirchhoff's laws

• Chapter 2: Magnetic Effects of Electric Current and Measuring Instruments
• (magnetic effect of electric current (straight wire +circular coil + solenoid
• Neutral point
• The Magnetic Force
• Torque acting on rectangular coil
• Application on torque
• ohmmeter

• Chapter 3: Electromagnetic Induction
• Electromagnetic Induction
• Mutual induction and self induction
• Eddy Currents
• (Dynamo (generator
• Current Rectification in Dynamo
• The Electric Motor
• The Electric Transformer

• Chapter 4: AC Circuits
• Hot wire ammeter
• AC Circuits
Oscillating circuit
• Tuning circuit
• Problem on Chapter 4

this is my textbook :

You exhibit the wonderful positivism of youth. But with all due respect, true learning is not some kind of athletic contest.
You will be much better served by considering a few questions about your world and pursuing them as hard as your brain will allow (maybe 16 hours a day!). Perhaps you would like to know a computer works. At the point that you really know how a computer works much of your list will be accomplished. It will take more than a month, and the questions you wish to ask are your own. Your knowledge will then be tailored for you. If you don't have such questions, I gently suggest that you should find another use for your energies.
Just one old guy's suggestion.....for what it is worth.

Dishsoap
You exhibit the wonderful positivism of youth. But with all due respect, true learning is not some kind of athletic contest.
You will be much better served by considering a few questions about your world and pursuing them as hard as your brain will allow (maybe 16 hours a day!). Perhaps you would like to know a computer works. At the point that you really know how a computer works much of your list will be accomplished. It will take more than a month, and the questions you wish to ask are your own. Your knowledge will then be tailored for you. If you don't have such questions, I gently suggest that you should find another use for your energies.
Just one old guy's suggestion.....for what it is worth.
I have already set a schedule for quantum mechanics but I am trying to set another one for Electricity and Magnetism.

CrysPhys
OP: What is the purpose of this short schedule?

From my personal experience , studying intensively the whole 2 hours may give one something called a "brain fog" and may reduce the learning performance.
I would like to recommend you to break it down to

25 minutes study
5 minutes break
25 minutes study
5 minutes break

Repeat

symbolipoint
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From my personal experience , studying intensively the whole 2 hours may give one something called a "brain fog" and may reduce the learning performance.
I would like to recommend you to break it down to

25 minutes study
5 minutes break
25 minutes study
5 minutes break

Repeat
finish studying these topics in 45 days? (2 hours a day)
That number of days is not adequate for the kind of learning you tell.

Dr. Courtney
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Physics is learned by solving problems. "Explaining" concepts is only scratching the surface without the ability to solve quantitative problems. Figure out how you can find and solve appropriate problems in each topic you are hoping to learn.

symbolipoint
OP: What is the purpose of this short schedule?
I want to get the fullmark in the exam.

Physics is learned by solving problems. "Explaining" concepts is only scratching the surface without the ability to solve quantitative problems. Figure out how you can find and solve appropriate problems in each topic you are hoping to learn.
I will solve many problems but I mean that I need to understand the concept first

That number of days is not adequate for the kind of learning you tell.
80 days is fine ?

From my personal experience , studying intensively the whole 2 hours may give one something called a "brain fog" and may reduce the learning performance.
I would like to recommend you to break it down to

25 minutes study
5 minutes break
25 minutes study
5 minutes break

Repeat
Pomodoro technique.

symbolipoint
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I want to get the fullmark in the exam.
I will solve many problems but I mean that I need to understand the concept first
I will solve many problems but I mean that I need to understand the concept first
What you say you want to accomplish is largely impractical.

Other members who have the type and level of understanding about Electronics may have better qualified advice and opinions. (In reference to your post #1).

phinds
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What you say you want to accomplish is largely impractical.
and I would remove the word "largely"

symbolipoint
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View attachment 258099and I would remove the word "largely"
I say, "largely", just in case someone is an outlier.

CrysPhys
I want to get the fullmark in the exam.
You say you are in high school, and you say you have another schedule for studying quantum mechanics. What exam are you talking about?

You say you are in high school, and you say you have another schedule for studying quantum mechanics. What exam are you talking about?
I am from Egypt and I study 7 Subjects (Arabic - English - Physics - Biology - Geology - Chemistry - Italian)

Physics includes : quantum physics like Blanck's law ..... and also includes Electricity and Magnetism.

What you say you want to accomplish is largely impractical.

Other members who have the type and level of understanding about Electronics may have better qualified advice and opinions. (In reference to your post #1).
Why ??
I have already finished the first chapter.

symbolipoint
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I am from Egypt and I study 7 Subjects (Arabic - English - Physics - Biology - Geology - Chemistry - Italian)

Physics includes : quantum physics like Blanck's law ..... and also includes Electricity and Magnetism.

Yes I know but I should pass it. Can you suggest a plan to finish these 4 chapters?

also I like physics too much and I understand the concepts easily.

hey....

Dr Transport
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90 hours to "master a course", I think your giving yourself way too much credit. Any university level physics class would require 10 hours a week for 12+ weeks just to keep up and get an average grade.

symbolipoint
gleem
When I was studying physics or math memorization was not in my mind, learning and understanding was.

berkeman
In Europe and (and seemingly Africa) it's not unusual to study 5 to 7 subjects in "high school" or the equivalent and be examined on them right before you leave school for college. It'd be comsidered quite an average academic load here at least.

symbolipoint
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