This is how I study Physics!
Hey everyone, I'm back with a Study With Me video - this was requested by some of you guys so I thought I'd make it as they're usually a lot of fun to film and I haven't done one in a while.
This a slightly different Study With Me to normal, because I don't technically HAVE to be studying - I'm just doing it for fun, and because I miss learning physics. I made a whole video about this fairly recently, as well as giving you my best physics study tips. Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZLKG43Qcps
I also decided to record a little voiceover, spilling my thoughts on various different things - studying, and looking after yourself, and what I've gotten better at over the past year. That final point is what my Weekly Question of the Week is based on this time! Tell me down in the comments below what you've gotten better at over the past year. It's always nice to stop and look back at everything we've achieved, given that a lot of us are always just looking forward at how much we still have left to do.
I also have been thinking recently about how I want to be constantly improving at physics as I go through life - there's now no obligation for me to be amazing at physics, since I'm no longer a student or in academia, but this means that I can take it at my own pace and really enjoy the learning process. So now I'll be perfectly happy if I can do some studying once or twice a week, and continue this for a long long time to come. I have no intention of completing lots of courses just for the sake of it, and burning out and starting to dislike physics again. I hate to say it, but this did start to happen during my time at uni, as rewarding as it otherwise was.
Anyway, I've also had a bit of a break from social media. Hence, this week's video is fairly short and just a chill one, but I'll be getting back to making proper videos pretty soon. In the meantime, I hope you enjoyed this video. If you did, leave a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel! Also follow me on Instagram (@parthvlogs) where I post minute-long physics videos, and Twitter (@parthvlogs) where I make the worst physics jokes of all time.