I’m seriously in panic mode. I have taken the Kaplan course and I’m still getting stumped with practice questions. Its like I’ve taken one step forward and two steps back. Specifically, I am having a hard time with my approach to the problems in the physical sciences. Yes, I know that Kaplan has a “method” for approaching these problems. Lets just say its not really working out. Any suggestions would be much appreciated!
Rule One: Take a breath
I am big believer in having a process to approach any physics problem and have used one for years. The Examkrackers Audio Osmosis has a brief section on this. I am posting a small clip of this, (brief enough to be covered by fair use under copyright law)
Attached files 1269696806-Physics_1-01_The_Five_Step_System.mp3 (3.9 MB)Â