Now that I need to learn physics all over again, I am wondering what resources to use. As we are currently covering the sciences, this blog-post focuses on ways to learn Physics. Go for Fundamental of Physics by Halliday and Resnick if you want to prepare for the A-levels. Thank in advance! Toktol physics (note - I am working for this site, still being expanded quite a bit) uses questions (up to lower university/Advanced Placement/A-level, covering pretty much the full curriculum) in a sequence adapted to one's ability, and spaced repetition to help people learn physics (and maths) as quickly as possible. Physics. I am thinking about taking the MCAT in April or May 2018, if that helps. We continue our “How to Study…” blog series where we share the best tips and techniques for improving your study of different subjects. Take a look at out previous articles in this series discussing how to study Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, History and Law. Here is professor John Baez advice on how to learn physics and mathematics. Which Physics book should I use (Kaplan, TBR, TPR, etc.)? I took algebra-based physics about a year ago but I learned nothing from the course because of the instructor.