Modules Content Overview Exam structure General Advice
Table of Icons Flipped Classroom Practical endorsement Maths Skills
- Module 1 - Development of practical skills in physics
- Module 2 - Foundations of Physics
- Module 3 - Forces and motion
- Module 4 - Electrons, waves and photons
- Module 5 - Newtonian world and astrophysics
- Module 6 - Particles and medical physics
- Reread the textbook or revision guide. Try some more questions, taking careful note of what the mark scheme says.
- Any questions you can't do, bring to the lessons to discuss.
- You must understand and learn things as you go along. If you leave it too long, it will be too late. There is a lot of material in an A-level course.
- Don't suffer in silence. Speak up sooner rather than later if you are not coping with it.
- Read the specification to check what you need to know before you start.
- Read the textbook.
- Watch the videos. I admit that I haven't watched them all so if they start talking about something that is not in the text book, you don't need it.
- Make notes as required. Some people like to make notes. Some people think that they can spend a lot of time making notes that just say the same thing that the textbook or revision guide already says, so what was the point of writing it all out again. I agree with the second point. Do whatever works for you.
- Don't understand? Write down what questions you need to ask in the lesson and bring them to the lesson.
- Do whatever online questions that are provided.
- Try the questions provided on the website or in the textbook.. If you can do them, great. If not, make a note of the ones that you can't and we will discuss them in the lesson.
- Find some other links of your own and share them with others.