(Fun GCSE Physics revision quizzes to teach students in Year 10 and Year 11)
Physics, as all you smart cookies know, looks at the nature and properties of matter and energy. At least, that’s the fancy way of putting it (and who doesn’t like being fancy every now and again?).
As your GCSE Physics exams get closer, the revision can feel overwhelming.
There’s a lot of stuff to learn with Physics and it’s not all straightforward. In fact, most of it requires some serious brain power. Luckily, we have a way for you to learn all the core National Curriculum stuff for GCSE Physics in a way that won’t send you to sleep (or make you wish you were a cyborg on another planet who didn’t have to deal with exams).
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|Electricity - Current, Charge and Power|
|Electricity - Currents in Electrical Circuits|
|Electricity - Electrical Circuits 01|
|Electricity - Electrical Circuits 02|
|Electricity - Generating Electricity|
|Electricity - Household Electricity|
|Electricity - Mains Electricity|
|Electricity - Methods we use to Generate Electricity|
|Electricity - Static Electricity|
|Electricity - The Motor Effect|
|Electricity - The National Grid|
|Electricity - The Usefulness of Electrical Appliances|
|Electricity - Transferring Electrical Energy|
|Electricity - Transformers|
|Energy - Energy and Efficiency|
|Energy - Heating and Insulating|
|Energy - Infrared Radiation|
|Energy - Kinetic Theory|
|Energy - Transfer by Heating|
|Energy - Transfer of Energy 01|
|Energy - Transfers and Efficiency|
|Forces - Centre of Mass 01|
|Forces - Circular Motion|
|Forces - Forces and Braking|
|Forces - Forces and Elasticity|
|Forces - Forces and Energy|
|Forces - Forces and Motion|
|Forces - Forces and Terminal Velocity|
|Forces - Forces and their Effects|
|Forces - Forces and Turning Effects|
|Forces - Hydraulics|
|Forces - Kinetic Energy of Objects|
|Forces - Moments|
|Forces - Momentum|
|Forces - Resultant Forces 01|
|Light - Lenses 01|
|Light - Lenses 02|
|Light - Other Applications of Light|
|Light - The Eye|
|Medical Physics - Medical Applications|
|Medical Physics - Ultrasound|
|Medical Physics - X-rays|
|Radioactivity - Atomic Structure|
|Radioactivity - Atoms and Radiation|
|Radioactivity - Nuclear Fission|
|Radioactivity - Nuclear Fusion|
|Radioactivity - Radioactive Substances|
|Waves - Properties of Waves 01|
|Waves - Properties of Waves 02|
|Waves - Reflection 01|
|Waves - Reflection and Refraction|
|Waves - Sound|
|Waves - The Doppler Effect and Redshift|
|Waves - The Expanding Universe|
|Waves - The use of Waves in Communications|