Originally Posted by greyhair
is it physic very hard 2 score A? wat we study n exam paper r two different things.
bio more easy 2 get A. my memory is not good, even in malay, i find myself hard 2 memory the cell, organ, etc. now, english....... then how can i take bio
Actually, what you study in STPM Physics is the same as the exam paper. They cannot ask you something which has no relation altogether to the syllabus.
The general notion is that to get an A for Biology is easier than to get an A for Physics. In a way, this might be true. For Biology, everything you need to know is in the books. Even if one cannot understand the subject, he or she can just memorise the book and there is a possibility of scoring an A in the STPM examination.
Physics is different in the sense that most of the questions requires calculations. This means, the lessons in class only teaches you the knowledge required to answer the question in the paper. The rest depends on your capabilities to analyze and sort through the information given (both in the question and from your knowledge) to come out with the final answer.