# A-level Physics

A-level Physics builds upon the foundations of physics and delves deeper into the subject.

#### 90%

of students score

A and above

#### 78%

students get a top score of

A* in

A-level Physics

#### 80%

students showed exceptional

performance in their first semester of

A-level Physics

## Course Concept

A-level Physics is an advanced level course typically taken by students in their final two years of high school or college. It builds upon the foundations of physics knowledge acquired at the GCSE or IGCSE level and delves deeper into the subject. A-level Physics aims to develop a strong understanding of key physical concepts, principles, and theories, and to equip students with the skills necessary for further study in physics or related fields. It is divided in:

- In-depth understanding: A-level Physics aims to deepen students' understanding of fundamental physics concepts and theories. It explores advanced topics and introduces more complex mathematical models and calculations to describe physical phenomena.
- Mathematical and analytical skills: The course emphasizes the development of mathematical and analytical skills necessary for solving physics problems. Students learn to apply mathematical principles, equations, and formulas to analyze and solve physics problems.
- Experimental and practical skills: A-level Physics includes practical work to develop students' experimental skills. They design and carry out experiments, make accurate measurements, analyze data, and draw conclusions based on experimental evidence. Practical work also helps students understand the limitations of measurements and the importance of experimental uncertainty.
- Critical thinking and problem-solving: A-level Physics encourages students to think critically and develop problem-solving skills. They learn to apply their knowledge and understanding to solve complex physics problems, often requiring logical reasoning, data analysis, and mathematical calculations.
- Scientific literacy and communication: A-level Physics aims to enhance students' scientific literacy by developing their ability to critically evaluate scientific information, communicate scientific ideas effectively, and discuss the implications of physics in real-world contexts.
- Preparation for higher education: A-level Physics provides a solid foundation for students who intend to pursue further studies in physics or related disciplines at the university level. The course equips students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and problem-solving abilities to succeed in higher education and scientific research.

#### A-level Physics

#### Course Details:

- Dedicated Test Prep Manager to Oversee Your Program
- Physical & Digital Copies of the AP Guru Strategy Guides & Classroom Books
- Test Reports With Detailed Analytics
- Personalized Lesson Notes And Assignments

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## Course Concept

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COURSE SYLLABUS PDF- Speed
- Distance And Displacement , Scalar And Vector
- Displacement -Time Graph
- Combining Displacement
- Combining Velocities
- Subtracting Vectors
- Examples Of Scalar And Vectors

- The Meaning Of Acceleration
- Calculating Acceleration
- Units Of Acceleration
- Deducing Acceleration
- Deducing Displacement
- Measuring Velocity And Acceleration
- Determining Velocity And Acceleration
- The Equations Of Motions
- Deriving The Equations Of Motions
- Uniform And Non Uniform Accelerations
- Acceleration Caused By Gravity
- Determining G
- Motion In Two Dimensions : Projectiles
- Understanding Projectiles

- Force, Mass And Accelerations
- Identifying Forces
- Weight, Friction And Gravity
- Mass And Inertia
- Moving Through Fluids
- Newton's Third Law Of Motion
- Understanding SI

- Combining Forces
- Components Of Vectors
- Center Of Gravity
- The Turning Effect Of A Force
- The Torque Of A Couple

- Doing Work,Transferring Energy
- Gravitational Potential Energy
- Kinetic Energy
- Gravitational Potential To Kinetic Energy Transformation
- Down Up Down Energy Changes
- Energy Transfers
- Power

- The Idea Of Momentum
- Modeling Collision
- Understanding Collision
- Explosions And Crash-Landings
- Collisions In Two Dimensions
- Momentum And Newton
- Understanding Motion

- Density
- Pressure
- Archimedes Principle
- Compressive And Tensile Forces
- Stretching Materials
- Elastic Potential Energy

- Current Symbols And Diagrams
- Electric Current
- An Equation For Current
- The Meaning Of Voltage
- Electrical Resistance
- Electrical Power

- Kirchoff's First Law
- Second Law
- Applying Kirchoff's Laws
- Resistor Combinations

- The I- V Characteristic For A Metallic Conductor
- Ohm's Law
- Resistance And Temperature
- Resistivity

- Internal Resistance
- Potential Dividers
- Sensors
- Potentiometers Circuits

- Describing Waves
- Longitudinal And Transverse Waves
- Wave Energy
- Wave Speed
- The Doppler Effect For Sound Waves
- Electromagnetic Waves
- Electromagnetic Radiations
- Orders Of Magnitude
- The Nature Of Electromagnetic Waves
- Polarization

- The Principle Of Superposition Of Waves
- Diffraction Of Waves
- Interference
- The Young Double Slit Experiment
- Diffraction Gratings

- Form Moving To Stationary
- Nodes And Antinodes
- Formation Of Stationary Waves
- Determining The Wavelength And Speed Of Sound

- Looking Inside The Atom
- Alpha -Particle Scattering And The Nucleus
- A Simple Model Of The Atom
- Nucleons And Electrons
- Forces Of Nucleus
- Discovering Radioactivity
- Radiations From Radioactive Substances
- Energies In Alpha And Beta Decay
- Equations Of Radioactive Decay
- Fundamental Particles
- Families Of Particles
- Another Look At Beta Decay
- Another Nuclear Force

- Describing Circular Motion
- Angles In Radian
- Steady Speed, Changing Velocity
- Angular Speed
- Centripetal Forces
- Calculating Acceleration And Forces
- The Origins Of Centripetal Forces

- Representing A Gravitational Field
- Gravitational Field Strength G
- Energy In Gravitational Field
- Gravitational Potential
- Orbiting Under Gravity
- The Orbit Period
- Orbiting The Earth

- Free And Forced Oscillations
- Observing Oscillations
- Describing Oscillations
- Simple Harmonic Motion
- Representing S.H.M. Graphically
- Frequency And Angular Frequency
- Equations Of S.H.M
- Damped Oscillations
- Resonance

- Changes Of State
- Energy Changes
- Internal Energy
- The Meaning Of Temperature
- Thermometers
- Calculating Energy Changes

- Particles Of A Gas
- Explaining Pressure
- Measuring Gasses
- Boyle's Law
- Changing Temperature
- Ideal Gas Equations
- Modeling Gasses: The Kinetic Model
- Temperature And Molecular Kinetic Energy

- Attraction And Repulsion
- The Concept Of An Electric Field
- Electric Field Strength
- Force On A Charge

- Electric Fields
- Coulomb's Law
- Electric Field And Strength For A Radical Field
- Electric Potential
- Gravitational And Electric Fields

- Capacitors In Use
- Energy Stored In Capacitor
- Energy Stored In A Capacitor
- Capacitor In Series
- Comparing Capacitors And Resistors
- Capacitor Network
- Charge And Discharge Of Capacitor

- Producing And Representing Magnetic Fields
- Magnetic Force
- Magnetic Flux Density
- Current Crossing Fields
- Forces Between Currents
- Relating SI Unit
- Comparing Forces In Magnetic , Electric And Gravitational Fields

- Observing The Force
- Orbiting Charged Particles
- Electric And Magnetic Fields
- The Hall Effect
- Discovering The Electrons

- Observing Induction
- Explaining Electromagnetic Induction
- Faraday's Law Of Electromagnetic Induction
- Lenz's Law
- Everyday Examples Of Electromagnetic Induction

- Sinusoidal Current
- Alternating Voltage
- Power And Alternating Current
- Rectification

- Modeling With Practicals And Waves
- Particulate Nature Of Light
- The Photoelectric Effect
- Threshold Frequency And Wavelength
- Photons Have Momentum Too
- Line Spectra
- Explaining The Origin Of Line Spectra
- Photon Energies
- Electron Waves
- Revisiting Photons

- Balanced Equations
- Mass And Energy
- Energy Released
- Binding Energy And Stability
- Randomes And Radioactive Decay
- The Mathematics Of Radioactive Decay
- Decay Graphs And Equations
- Decay Constant And Half Line

- The Nature And Production Of X Rays
- X-Ray Attenuations
- Improving X-Ray Images
- Computerized Axial Tomography
- Using Ultrasound In Medicine
- Echo Sounding
- Ultrasound Scanning
- Positron Emission Tomography

- Standard Candles
- Luminosity And Radiant Flux Intensity
- Stellar Radii
- The Expanding Universe

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#### A-level Physics

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A-level PhysicsMode:

Online (One-on-One)

Program Options:

IB Math AA HL

IB Physics HL

IB Chemistry HL

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Grades:

10-12

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