Study Advice

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Study Advice

Post by Mandela2k16 » Mon Nov 28, 2016 10:22 pm

I'm the captain of my high school team, and the one area we really struggle with is scientific and mathematic laws. If anyone knows of good resources to study, it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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Re: Study Advice

Post by ashwin99 » Tue Nov 29, 2016 8:49 am

I'd say a good way to start getting familiar with what is important is going to a list such as ... ter_people and then looking up the laws on Quinterest to see what is important.

But to really understand the laws, it may be better to actually take a course. AP classes are great for this, but for material at higher levels, reading textbooks or college-level lecture notes (you can easily find both online) are a good way to thoroughly understand the laws.
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Stanford University (2017-), Chattahoochee High School (2013-2017)

Try this free mobile app Tycho: Play Quizbowl and Science Bowl to study or read packets while on the go.

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