The following books cover the requirements for the A-level Physics exams of the AQA, OCR and Edexcel examination boards.
The theory is presented in a structured way in the form of Questions and Answers. Using simple steps, explanations, practice exercises and tests, the students will be supported to develop their understanding of each thematic unit.
The books include plenty of solved problems, multiple choice questions, conceptual questions, fill-in-the-gaps and True-or-False statements for the students to practise. Written by our Founder, Dr Stathis Stefanidis, the books will offer them a unique and innovative way of approaching, learning and excelling in their A-level Physics exams.
The books are available to buy on Amazon in Paperback and Kindle.
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This guide has been created to so you can make an informed choice about what A-Levels to take; how the application system works when applying to university and to give you information about some degree courses. There is also information on the changes being made to the structures of GCSEs and A-Levels. Although this guide will not make any decisions for you, we hope that it is informative.
This document provides guidelines and templates for a structured revising. It splits the revision into three phases: preparing, revising, recapping. With a complete checklist, students can ensure that they have captured all the important requirements for a given chapter they are revising.
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10 Tips to Improve the Presentation Skills of Your Maths
Quite often our students, although capable to perform mathematical calculations, lack the ability to present their work in a structured and logical way. This skill becomes more critical when they need to solve problems using mathematical techniques. This short pack of notes comes to give ten simple tips on how students can improve their writing skills when it comes to present their working in mathematics. At the end, there is a list of simple mathematical exercises so that students can apply the techniques they have learnt.
By being disciplined, organised and having a revision plan, students can improve their ability to absorb information, memorise facts and more effectively utilise study material.
This revision planning gives a number of revision techniques that show students how to improve their performance and concentration.
As always, they should remember that there is no ‘right’ way to revise, meaning that they will try out different techniques until they find the ones that work for them.
The document has a list of different scheduling templates so that students can download and print those that suit their needs each time.
Revision Notes on A-level Electricity
It covers the topics:
– Basics of Electricity
– Current-Voltage characteristics
– Potential Divider
– Electromotive force
– Internal resistance