Hello Socratica Friends! We’re here to help you be a great student! Are you interested in studying Physics, but you don’t know where to start? Today we have a special guest, Simon Clark, PhD, who will give us some great advice about how to study Physics. We’ll talk about how Simon got inspired by Physics demonstrations and activities as a kid, and how his studies progressed at Oxford and the University of Exeter. You may be surprised to hear how much math is involved when you study Physics! Simon gives some great practical advice about how to learn this most fundamental of the sciences.
Simon made a video that ties in with this one, all about the Physics books he would recommend for you. You can find that video over on Simon’s channel here:
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We recommend the following texts mentioned in this video:
Feynman Lectures on Physics
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Div grad curl and all that – an informal text on vector calculus
Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering
Halliday and Resnick – Fundamentals of Physics
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Did anyone notice the bob ross shirt heh? and great tips it really helped and made me understood physics better and wasn’t a boring interview on the internet ,really helped thanks .
The pandemic has surely screwed all chances of me being good at Physics in Secondary School .Let's see if I can be another Tesla or Einstein using these methods .Is it too late .I will be starting high school in 2023 .
I'm here one day before my exam
POV : you need to study physics but you're watching this video
So you need to know math, calculus, algebra etc before you cam even start physics… ya.. you lost me.
Why don't you invite Parth G?
I’m in 5th grade but want to learn
So what is this guy doing with his PhD now?
thankyou im 12 and ready to learn physics
Can you tell me books or textbooks to learn for physics and maths…i want to be a theoritical physicist
I wish I could study physics.
Why not list the books in the notes under the video? It may encourage views.
I'm really enjoying this vidio, pretending that it counts as revision
0.34 – Do u think an atom will sound like that? Seriously?!
Ok, for the people trying to cram for a physics exam this video is not for you… no tips on how to STUDY physics. Just interesting facts about the subject. Not a bad video, just saving you some time. You can add to "watch later" for after your exam.
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When an American describes a Brit – "He is slightly qualified to speak on the subject.." when the man has completed his PhD in the subject. No wonder the best Physicists are from Europe and Asia 😉
you see… i would do more questions but I'm unsure if I'm doing them correctly… usually, there aren't answers available online after questions yk…. and generally, I'm a shy, anxious person, so asking my teacher every time, scares me.. it will be a lot of time and I'm sure she will get irritated
Learning C is like learning to drive stick, which is why it should be first, IMHO. Also, so many times I felt like giving up when studying physics, thinking that I was too dumb to realize I shouldn't be studying it. But eventually I graduated, and I'm glad I stuck with it, because I was left with a tiny glimpse into the true nature of nature.
Dear Socratica I have my high school diploma in Mathematics, Physics and chimecs and believe it or not it was just looked like your university education diploma, we had have mathematical problems in our high schools books which was 300 years unsolved mathematical problems in European countries universities, you can even check it out in our newspapers in our country in that time because the reporters in that time were angry at our education system and asked our education system why they put unsolved European countries university mathematic problems in our high schools books to be solved. I got my diploma in 1979 and that article in newspapers was before revolution in our country, do you think I have to begin studying again? Really?
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I didn't know there's an English version of Socratica (…which is probably the original version of the channel). Your English is awesome, btw! This feat with Simon took me by surprise when I searched how to be good at physics. Both your and Simon's channels do a great job promoting science.
Physics means combination of chemical engineering shown in mathematical formula about our own body
I'm so dumb, but this video makes me fall in love with physics. Guys wish me luck as I am signing my death warrant today ordering me some IGCSE Physics books to start with.
You guys are like the tamer PhilosophyTube and ContraPoints of physics 😉
From the video I feel you have to be passionate about the subject you want to study for.
To become a physicist is like to become a Jedi, required disipline & lots of training & good masters/books.
Hello sweety. A good physicist is a good philosoper & good inspecctor. You need to have an open heart & at the same time an independent thinker.
I want to continue my study with physics.. so how can i learn physics easily
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Those who love physics always say that physics is tough because they always try to understand it deeper hence they get doubts.
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