Physics Exam Preparation

IGCSE, O-Level, AS, A-Level
Complete course preparation
Topical presentation
Past-paper practice with every topic
Batch and one-on-one classes
2 classes a week
8 classes a month
1 hour each class
Physics A level edexcel
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Our Teaching Methodology

  • In our classes we focus on Topical preparation and past-paper practice.

  • Past-papers are practiced with every topic preparation

  • Students get to learn how to answer the exam style question from the very first topic

  • Each lecture is recorded so the students can watch the lectures again for revision

  • Students are given A* notes to help them prepare

  • Students are given a welcome kit to make notes

  • Students are given additional resources

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IGCSE & O Level

UNIT 1: GENERAL PHYSICS:

Chapter 1: Measurements. 

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • List the SI units. 

  • Able to do calculations using a vernier calliper and screw gauge. 

  • Discuss parallex error.

  • Define density. 

 

Chap 2: Describing motion.

 At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Define scalar and vector quantities. 

  • State the formula for speed velocity and acceleration. 

  • Understand Distance time graphs. 

  • Calculate speed and acceleration. 

 

Chap 3: Forces and motions. 

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand mass, gravity and weight. 

  • Explain force, acceleration and the formula. 

  • Understand momentum. 

  • Solve numerical.

 

Chap 4: Turning effect of force. 

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Discuss moment.

  • Perform calculations based on it. 

  • Discuss stability and center of mass.

 

Chap 5: Forces and Matter. 

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understanding forces on solids. 

  • Understand how springs work. 

  • Explain hooke’s law. 

  • Understand pressure and it’s calculations. 

 

Chap 6: Energy. 

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • State different firms of energy, 

  • Do energy conversions. 

  • Understand conservation of  energy. 

  • Perform calculations. 

  • Understand the energy sources. 

 

Chap 7: Work and power. 

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand what is work. 

  • Calculate work done. 

  • Understand power. 

  • Do calculations. 

 

UNIT 2: THERMAL PHYSICS.

Chap 1: The kinetic model of matter.

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Describe the states of matter.

  • The kinetic model of matter. 

  • Understand gas and kinetic forces. 

 

Chap 2: Thermal properties of matter. 

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand temperature scales. 

  • Understand a thermometer. 

  • Define and perform calculations relating to thermal expansion and thermal capacity. 

  • Define and perform calculations relating to Specific heat capacity and laten heat. 

 

Chap 3: Thermal energy transfers. 

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand conduction.

  • Understand convention. 

  • Understand radiation. 

  • Define the concept of energy transfer. 

 

UNIT 3: WAVES. 

Chap 1: Sound. 

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand how sound waves work. 

  • Explain how the travel. 

  • Do calculations.

 

Chap 2: Light. 

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand how light travels. 

  • Understand reflection and refraction. 

  • Understand the different types of lenses. 

  • Do calculations. 

 

Chap 3: Properties of waves. 

At the end of this one hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Describe waves. 

  • Explain speed, frequency and wavelength. 

  • Do calculations. 

 

Chap 4: Spectra. 

At the end of this one-hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Discuss the light spectrum. 

  • Discuss light dispersion. 

 

UNIT 4: ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM.

Chap 1: Magnetism and static electricity. 

At the end of this one-hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand the concept of electrical field.

  • Explain discharging and charging. 

  • Perform calculations related to it. 

  • Understand electrical fields. 

 

Chap 2: Electrical Quantities. 

At the end of this one-hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand how current works, 

  • Explain and perform calculations related to electrical resistance. 

  • Understand the relation between current and energy. 

 

Chap 3: Electrical circuits. 

At the end of this one-hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Know different components. 

  • Understand how resistors work.

  • Understand the functioning of electrical circuits.

 

Chap 4: Electromagnetic forces. 

At the end of this one-hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand the role between magnetism and currents.  

  • How motors work.

  • For generators work. 

 

Chap 5: Electromagnetic induction. 

At the end of this one-hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand the workings of a transformer. 

  • Perform all relevant calculations. 

 

UNIT 5: ATOMIC PHYSICS.

Chap 1: The nuclear atom. 

At the end of this one-hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand the atomic structure. 

  • List the subatomic particles and their roles. 

 

Chap 2: Radioactivity. 

At the end of this one-hour lecture students should be able to:

  • Understand the prince of radioactivity. 

  • Explain half life and decay. 

  • Perform relevant calculations. 

AS Level

UNIT 1: MECHANICS AND MATERIALS. 

 

Topic 1: Mechanics. 

At the end of this lecture, student should know:

 

  • Velocity time graph. 

  • Distance time graph. 

  • The kinematic equations and their calculations. 

  • Turning effect of moment. 

  • Newton’s law of motion. 

  • Projectile motion. 

  • Resolving vectors. 

  • Kinetic energy. 

  • Gravitational potentials energy.

  • Momentum calculations.

  • Conservation of momentum. 

 

Topic 2: Materials. 

At the end of this lecture, student should know:

 

  • Fluid density and upthrust. 

  • Fluid movement. 

  • Viscosity. 

  • Hooke’s law. 

  • Stress, strain and young modulus.

 

UNIT 2: WAVES AND ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS. 

 

Topic 3: Waves and particles of light. 

At the end of this lecture, student should know:

 

  • Basics of waves. 

  • The behavior of waves.

  • Stationary waves and diffraction 

  • Refraction.

  • Reflection and polarization. 

  • Quantum physics.

  • Wave particle quality.

  • The photoelectric effect. 

  • Atomic electron energies. 

 

Topic 4: Electric circuits. 

At the end of this lecture, student should know:

 

Electrical current. 

  • Electrical energy transfer. 

  • Calculations and equations. 

  • Resistance 

  • Components of electrical circuits.

  • Series and parallel circuits. 

  • Power in electrical circuits.  

A Level

Topic 5: Further mechanics:

At the end of this lecture, student should know:

  • Energy transfer in momentum collisions. 

  • Circular motion 

  • Centripetal forces. 

 

Topic 6: Electric and magnetic fields. 

At the end of this lecture, student should know:

  • Electrical fields. 

  • Radial electrical fields. 

  • Coulombs law. 

  • Capacitors. 

  • Electromagnetic effects. 

 

Topic 7: Nuclear and particle physics.

At the end of this lecture, student should know:

 

  • A nuclear atom. 

  • Particle accelerators.

  • Particle detectors. 

  • Hadron collider.

  • particle interactions.

  • The particle zoo. 

  • Particles and forces.

 

Topic 8: Thermodynamics. 

At the end of this lecture, student should know:

  • Heat and transfer of energy.  

  • Internal energy. 

  • Ideal gas behavior. 

  • Topic 9: Radioactivity.

  • At the end of this lecture, student should know:

  • Nuclear reactions. 

  • Rate of radioactive decay. 

  • Fusion and Fission. 

 

Topic 10: oscillations. 

At the end of this lecture, student should know:

 

  • Simple harmonic motion, energy and calculations. 

  • Resonance and damping.

 

Topic 11: Astrophysics and cosmology. 

At the end of this lecture, student should know:

  • Gravitational fields and forces. 

  • Stellar classification. 

  • Distance in stars, 

  • Age and fate of universe. 

Physics course covered in classes