How to Revise
What you need to learn
Most things need to be understood and be able to apply them to different situations. Some things just have to be memorised. There are not that many of them and I have attached a handy list of them here. The equations are here
Where to find questions
Your text book has lots of questions in it. This is a good place to start.
Chapter 1 - Energy
Chapter 2 - Electricity
Chapter 3 - Particles
Chapter 4 - Atoms
Chapter 5 - Forces
Chapter 6 - Waves
Chapter 7 - Magnets
Chapter 8 - Space
Complete papers are the best plan so you get used to jumping from topic to topic.
This page here has all the papers for all the boards for at least the last five years. Obviously other boards have questions that you can't do, but also many that you can. If you don't recognise the key words then its probably not on your spec. If in doubt, ask.
The grade 9-1 papers are only specimens so the mark schemes will be harsh. They are you best place to start though. Do them all, from all the boards.
Download the checklist below so you can check them off when they are done.
The ones that are not on Physics and Maths tutor are listed below
Cambridge IGCSE 9-1 - you should focus on Paper 2 and Paper 4 (1 & 3 are foundation level). Paper 5 is worth a look for practical skills.
Cambridge O-level - try papers 11, 21 and 41 (alternative to practical test). These are skills that you could be asked about.