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    Physics Pearson vs In Focus

    Which one is better for the new syllabus?
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    Re: Physics Pearson vs In Focus

    Neither one is a stand out from the other tbh.

    They are both good for different parts.
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    Re: Physics Pearson vs In Focus

    Which one would you consider to be a standout? Or your preference out of those two? Looking for a good physics textbook here as well. Thanks

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    Re: Physics Pearson vs In Focus

    I have the Physics in Focus texbook for year 11. It's OK and it does provide some examples on how to solve math based physics questions, but I see the textbook better for theory.

    Since the new physics syllabus is filled with so much maths I'd be using a study guide that has questions for every dotpoint such as Dotpoint or Surfing Physics. Excel's Physics study guide I presume would be good since I have the chemistry study guide and it was AMAZING. It gives you a summary of the theory and lots of examples, and a topic test for each sub dot point and a full exam at the end.

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