Hello guys, I have a physics midterm coming up on 11/29, and I am studying all day, everyday during this thanksgiving break. The reason why I am studying so hard is because I have never taken physics in high school, and now in freshman year of college, I am struggling with General Physics course. I did horrible on previous 2 midterms getting scores of 74/100, and 50/100. So I realized I need to work much more, and use the most effective methods possible. So my midterm will cover topics of these chapters of Physics For Scientists and Engineers 8e, Serway, Jewett: Ch 12: Static Equilibrium and Elasticity Ch 13: Universal Gravitation Ch 14: Fluid Mechanics Ch 15: Oscillations and Mechanical Waves Ch 16: Wave motion Ch 17: Sound waves Ch 18: Superposition and Standing Waves Currently I am just studying for the test by redoing all of the homework problems that were assigned in that class. And I use the book or online resources for help if I get stuck on the question. When I get the answer correct, I redo the problem again without any outside help. I really try to understand every detailed aspect of each problem. Later I plan to use flashcards to memorize all of the equations that might appear on the test. Do you all have any helpful studying methods that I can use to prepare for the upcoming midterm? I aiming for 90+ for the test. I need to use the most effective method to study for the test. Thanks!