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Why study A Level Physics?

Congratulations on deciding to study (at least a bit of) Physics! Why? Because Physics, the...
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Coping with calculations

People convince themselves that you need to be good at Maths to be good at Physics, but they are...
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Science and Witchcraft

Science, witchcraft, and the Azande You might think that science and tribal, animistic beliefs...
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The Importance of Physics

Why study Physics? Because it aims to explain what happens in the universe, from the largest...

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  • Coping with calculations Editor's Pick

    Chris Hanson GCSE Physics Tutor (Manchester) Picture People convince themselves that you need to be good at Maths to be good at Physics, but they are wrong! I would be lying if I said it didn't help but it is far from essential. While teaching I have had experience with students of varying abilities in Maths and it has been interesting to see how...
  • Getting a Higher Grade in A Level Physics

    abdlondon A-level Physics Tutor (North London) Picture Physics is a subject that requires enthusiasm and commitment. They are qualities that be developed in any person, and it is the teacher's task to provide the environment to develop them. It requires a teacher to explain models and concepts that engage the learner. Students need to be able to...
  • Finding your Inner Sheldon

    Mrs Arwen Webb A-level Physics Tutor (Canterbury) Picture The physics of superheroes, understanding the world and the universe in which we live, exploring and finding the beauty of that which surrounds us, big and small, or just finding your Inner Sheldon: Physics rocks. Physics is cool. And, do you know what, with a bit of work and perseverance you...

 

  • Specification woes

    Emilio Millar A-level Physics Tutor (North West London) Picture I remember from my time at university that for most Physics students one of the main considerations when choosing which courses to take was whether the course had been taught by the same lecturer for a number of years. Older courses, the reasoning goes, are a safer bet since they have a tried...
  • The importance of learning to draw Editor's Pick

    Martin Roberts GCSE Physics Tutor (Doncaster) Picture One thing I was never taught at school was how to draw. It was assumed that those who can, can, while those who can’t, can’t. The teachers just left it like that! Relatively recent research has shown that drawing is predominantly a right brain hemisphere activity. The logical, reasoning, left...
  • An unexpected approach to Newton's Laws of Motion Editor's Pick

    Dr Luzia Trobinger GCSE Physics Tutor (North West London) Picture How do you make physics more engaging? I’m fairly certain I’m not the first person to ask this question. As tutors – or teachers – we are constantly faced with this dilemma: Unless content is presented in an engaging way, it will be difficult to grab students’ attention. The younger the student,...