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I want to learn physics. Where should I start?

I would recommend taking a look at Seneca learning, they have a great range of physics course and take you through the content in a range of different formats. It is great for learning new knowledge and reinforcing what you have learnt. All you need is a free account.

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If you have previous experience and want to develop or practice your skills https://isaacphysics.org/ is a great place to start.

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Have you had any lessons at all in school that you can work from? Learning is about taking time, (lots of time) and revisiting what you have been taught. Identify what you understand and what you don’t understand. Practice what you do understand until you can do it without looking up the answer. Then ask for help with what you don’t understand.

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