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  1. #1 what is the way to concentrate on physics like i do in maths 
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    after 35-40 minutes, i get mentally bored of physics so much that i cant study it for next 1 day.where as, i can do 2- hour maths continuosly


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    Try limiting it to 20 minutes at a time with breaks
    If you like a subject you can 'keep at it longer' - some people can watch a whole episode of Star Wars without getting bored! Others studying human reproduction :wink: all night I hear!.


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    i'm the opposite, i can't go without physics for more than a hour
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    me too, love learning and refreshing can read for hours but im the other way, maths in small doses
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    I just read about anything and everything.
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    i believe the best way to learn physics is by applying it in daily life. just go around the house and there will be lots of things to apply on
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    A nice little Richard Feynmann book would be a good place to start.
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    definately richard feynman's the greatest!
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    Hey, how about taking a walk before studying? Oxygenate's your brain... It might sound stupid but it's a fact! I do it all the time!

    When I study, I just study... All the subjects are the same for me.
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    What area of physics?

    The maths ? the theory? the logic?

    I think you should be able to answer this yourself better than anyone.

    But if you are unaware, some areas of physics contain maths that will keep you busy and excited for a very long period of time. I get dizzy looking at it.
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