Pre A-Level Physics


Get ahead for your Physics A-Level by revisiting and building on GCSE concepts. Especially suitable for those students looking to take physics further at university.

Created By

Elena P

Beginner
Exercise

5 HOURS

5 LESSONS

Pre A-Level Physics

undergraduates

Course Overview



This is a course for students who are coming to the end of their secondary school career and plan to take physics at A-Level. During this course, all students will have the chance to recap the common physics fundamentals and topics which the students will be faced with almost immediately, and frequently, during their A-Level physics course. It will build on these previous concepts, and introduce the more advanced elements in easy-to-understand ways. Throughout these lessons, real-life examples and applications will be used and any misconceptions will be addressed. By the end of the course, students will have the foundations in place to excel in their A-Level physics studies and will feel confident in embarking on this next stage.

Course Content



12 LESSONS

12 HOURS Total Length

Lesson 1

Trigonometry: SOHCAHTOA, Pythagoras Theorem and Historical Origins

60 minutes

Lesson 2

Writing in Standard Form, Appropriate Units and Good Scientific Practice

60 minutes

Lesson 3

Motion: SUVAT Equations and Forces

60 minutes

Lesson 4

Work, Energy and Power

60 minutes

Lesson 5

Moments and Momentum

60 minutes

Lesson 6

Charge: Conduction and Induction

60 minutes

Lesson 7

Current, Potential Difference and Resistance

60 minutes

Lesson 8

Circuit Diagrams and Calculations

60 minutes

Lesson 9

Wave Characteristics: Amplitude, Wavelength, Time Period and Frequency

60 minutes

Lesson 10

Longitudinal vs Transverse Waves

60 minutes

Lesson 11

Properties of Waves and Calculation Examples

60 minutes

Lesson 12

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

60 minutes

Key Skills


Critical Thinking

Algebra

Trigonometry

Unit Conversions

Educator


Elena P

English, Maths and Physics Educator

Elena plans and executes tailored lessons to address misconceptions and areas for development, so her students can achieve great results.