How to study and write for Physics

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How to Study Physics
Look at the weekly flow chart for studying of physics!
http://apphysicsb.homestead.com/study.html
How to Study Physics
From how to make notes to how to work problems and study for exams, this is a multiple chapter handout. Lots of reading, but worth it.
http://www.lhup.edu/%7edsimanek/chapman.htm
A 1010 Student Approach
A student's point of view with a list of common problems!!!
http://www-hep.colorado.edu/%7etricia/study1.html
Physics Study Skills
These physics study skills have been compiled from interviews with Physics teachers.
http://cc.pima.edu/~carem/PHYSICSS.html
How to Read the Lab Experiment and Write the Lab Report
Get both the Laboratory Experiment Format and the Lab Report Format.
http://www.nku.edu/~nutters/lab_writeup.html
Some suggestions on how to do well in physics and Garner's ten commandments on problem solving
Is this you? "I read the chapter and followed the lecture. But when it comes time for me to work the homework Iím lost."
http://www.unf.edu/%7ejgarner/help.html
Preparing for Physics Exams
"Taking a physics exam without first practicing problem solving is like pinch-hitting in a crucial game without having taken batting practice."
http://www.udel.edu/mvb/study3.html
Study Tips for Introductory Physics Students
Reading techniques and gaining confidence in exams.
http://www.oberlin.edu/physics/dstyer/StudyTips.html
Assignment Calculator   NEW
Having trouble getting long term assignments done? Try this calculator out. It will automatically begin with today's date. Then put in the date the assignment is due. Click and voila. All the interim pieces, what you have to do each week to get it done on time, are laid out for you. No more excuses!
http://assignmentcalculator.library.ubc.ca/
Writing about Physics (and other Sciences)
Get this checklist for Writers and Graders!
http://www.writing.utoronto.ca/advice/specific-types-of-writing/physics
Writing in Physics Courses
Special advice for writing in Physics courses and NO, you cannot use MLA or APA citation. You have to learn Chicago!
http://www.marquette.edu/wac/departmental/MarquetteUniversityWritinginPhysics2.shtml