Amazing Physics Website

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I use a website called PhysicsGalaxy for learning new concepts. The teacher who gives the lectures, Ashish Arora, has years of teaching experience at various coaching centers in India. His teaching style is easy to understand and not very long or drawn out like Khan Academy feels to me for some topics. He covers all topics required for most engineering entrance exams and he has also coached many students preparing for Olympiads. I would definitely recommend this site. Anyone already using this site?

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6 years ago

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Really amazing site..Thnx Rohan

Kishan k - 6 years ago

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You're welcome....but it is really Ashish Sir you should be thanking, for posting so many amazing educational videos for the benefit of us students!

Rohan Rao - 6 years ago

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Very Good Rohan , Thank Very Much !

Gabriel Merces - 6 years ago

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thanks a lot.

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can you provide me with a good chemistry website like that......the physicsgalaxy website really helped...thanks

Vaibhav Reddy - 6 years ago

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Ankit Chabarwal - 6 years ago

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Thank you Rohan Rao as I was already looking for a physics site for learning and understanding more physics.

AAditya Barot - 5 years, 9 months ago

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