GCSE Physics is going to be one of the most demanding subjects for you. You are going to come across a huge number of new concepts and ideas that you are going to have to be fluent at explaining and applying to new contexts. As well as this you are going to need to apply a wide range of maths skills, some of which will be brand new to you!
But don't worry, you can definitely succeed, with just a little bit of hard work and determination! You'll find lots of revision videos here to help you and exam walk through videos to show you how to tackle even the most tricky exam questions. I've also got videos which explain how the key experiments work!
And do you know what, PHYSICS IS AMAZING! I'm absolutely sure that if you get involved with it you're going to love it!
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Watch this playlist to find out what you are going to need to do to get the highest grades in GCSE Physics.
Everything you need to know about energy; stores, transfers and resources. Seems simple, but then they ask you an energy analysis question!
Ohm's Law, circuit problems and static electricity. Find everything you need about electricity here!
Particle model of matter explains the behaviour of solids, liquids and gases, and the ideas of pressure in gases.
From the simple Dalton model of the atom to the Bohr model. Find out about the vast quantities of energy released in nuclear reactions!
Studying the way things move and the reasons why they move, GCSE Forces will challenge your analytical abilities.
Waves can explain so much, from rainbows to tsunamis! If you are going to understand one thing in Physics, make it waves.
Amazing motors, generators and transformers. I'll show you how to make the hard stuff seem easy!
Space is where it gets really interesting, find out where stars come from and how the universe began! Just for the Triple scientists!
Get to know all of the required practicals (or PAGs, or Core Practicals) and prepare for some of the challenging questions they'll ask you about practicals in the exams.