So how do you all learn/understand and be able to recall the material with using the least amount of time? How do you approach the material, how do you practice, what do you ask yourself when understanding? I'm currently in an E and M calculus based physics class, and we've been going over the E and B fields, and there's a lot of information to muster. I don't know exactly how I study right now, it just seems convoluted, but if I tell myself to work in a system I think it'd help me, and I thought of a couple methods. Is it better to go over the theory briefly and have a okay understanding of it, then go directly into quite a bit of problem solving by having itself logicially make sense afterwards (hands on approach). Or is it better to continuously go over the theory until you have a solid understanding, then do a couple problems where you apply it. What do you think's the best way to balance your time out when studying physics?