An booklet (26 pages) originally written in 1949 by Seville Chapman for undergraduate physics students in the US. It is very comprehensive and still largely relevant to current secondary physics students. A highlight is the summary of 52 one line statements of advice.
A short document (8 pages) by Donald Simanek for US undergraduate physics students. Much is relevant to secondary physics students, but it does refer more to tertiary structures such as professors, lectures, tutors, etc than other links listed here.
A one page document from the University of Texas by Dale D. Long, which has some useful advice on how to use a text book.
A two page document from the Oberlin College in the US by Don Styer for undergraduate physics students that presents advice is a simple dot point form.
The Rev. Charles Dodgson, aka Lewis Carroll, is known for ‘Alice in Wonderland’. He was also a mathematician. This erudite document on ‘How to Learn’ from reading a text is the introduction to his book on Symbolic Logic.
This article by Donald Simanek identifies the steps in solving a physics problem as well as some comments on learning physics.
Some tips and motivational ideas.