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PHYSICS TUTORS

Physics is the most basic and fundamental science. Studying physics deepens our understanding of the world around us, how things work on the smallest scale and the largest, far beyond us.

By studying physics students hone their analysis skills, problem solving, research skills, learn to record and present data. All of which are transferable to many other subjects.

Our experience physics tutors are here to tackle any problem areas. They are passionate about their subject and are ready to help students overcome any obstacle in order to help them achieve the grades they need to take their studies to the next level.


11+ Common Entrance Physics

  • Electricity
  • Forces and motion
  • Light and sound
  • The earth and beyond
 

13+ Common Entrance Physics

  • Electricity and magnetism
  • Forces, motion and density
  • Light and sound
  • The earth and beyond
  • Energy resources and transfer
 

GCSE Physics

  • Transfer of energy and rate of transfer
  • Energy and efficiency
  • Electrical appliances and usefulness
  • How we generate electricity
  • Waves
  • Forces
  • Kinetic energy
  • Electricity
  • Radioactivity
  • Nuclear fission and fusion
  • Medical applications of physics
  • Plan practical experiments
  • Risk assessment
  • Collect and interpret data
 

A-level Physics

     

    • Measurement and their errors
    • Particles and radiation
    • Waves
    • Mechanics and materials
    • Electricity
    • Further mechanics and thermal physics
    • Fields and their consequences
    • Nuclear physics
    • Astrophysics
    • Medical physics
    • Engineering physics
    • Turning points
    • Electronics
     

    IB Physics

    • Measurements and uncertainties
    • Mechanics
    • Thermal physics
    • Waves
    • Electricity and magnetism
    • Circular motion and gravitation
    • Atomic, nuclear and particle physics
    • Energy production
    • Wave phenomena
    • Fields
    • Electromagnetic induction
    • Quantum and nuclear physics