Why Physics is Difficult to Study?

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Why Physics is Difficult to Study?

Chheng Maneth, 22, is a grade nine student at ELT Secondary School. With the second semester’s exams finished, Maneth is worried about one subject that she didn’t do well in.

Among all the subjects in high school, the most difficult subject for Maneth is physics because it requires students to understand scientific concepts and formulas.

“I cannot remember the formula, that’s why I’m poor with this subject,” said Maneth.

“I’ve learnt extra physics outside of school since I was in grade six in order to do well in high school. However, I am still poor with this subject.”

Maneth tries to listen to the explanation of teachers at school and learn by herself at home.

“I tried hard with this subject and even asked teachers to teach me at home, but I’m still not so good with it”.

When teachers call students to do assignments at the board, Maneth feels afraid.

“I don’t learn physics well and that makes me feel embarrassed in front of other students. How can I improve my physics?”

Read the solution in the next issue

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