This is true in this context. I did all the above as Fizzy mentioned and tried my best. I was still expecting something in the low 80's though.Some great advice in this thread!
Only thing which I would add is to ensure that you understand how content from different topics/areas can actually relate to each other. Recently they really seem to be focusing on this multiple-outcome type question and I think this will continue.
If you have a good understanding of Physics, a good analytical mind, act on feedback given from teacher/tutor AND you work hard then most students are capable of 80+ in Physics as it is not THAT hard
??make ur own study notes...[the notes itself arent as important as the process u make notes.]
when doing past papers just ignore the 6-7 markers cuz they wont show up again, and spam multiple choice, obtain ARC physics papers and study their dot point answers. NEAP papers and most other papers have paragraph answers (dont bother).