IGCSE Physics MaX
Intensive, yet easiest IGCSE Physics course
In IGCSE Physics MaX online live course, Edexcel’s physics 9-1 syllabus is well-crafted and divided into eight sections for simplification and better understanding. These divisions include mechanics, electricity, waves, energy, matter, magnetism, radioactivity, and astrophysics.
The IGCSE Physics MaX is a live course that combines the most efficient teaching method with the most effective learning process to achieve the most exceptional result.
The course aims to break these sections down right from the basics to provide solutions to problems students face in the exam. Students will be well-groomed and equipped with profound knowledge in all sections.
The live course is expected to run for a fast-paced period of 40 hours within three months. Students will be tested with the end of chapter questions and mock exams according to past paper questions. Practicing these questions will give more ideas about what to expect in the exams. With the IGCSE Physics MaX live course, physics will be your best buddy, and you'll smile at your high grades in the exam.
. Understanding terminology, principles, concepts of physics,
. Observing the relationship between principles of physics and daily experiences,
. Analysing and evaluating experimental methods, making conclusions and suggesting possible developments,
. Applying the principles of physics to different situations,
. Developing a logical approach to figure out problems,
. Providing a basic knowledge of physics that will help students for more advanced courses,
. Improving the curiosity and passion for students about physics.
Movement and Position
Experimental Skills for Motion
Force and Motion
Turning Effect of Forces
Current and Voltage Relationship
Spectra of Electromagnetic Waves
Work and Power
State of Matter
Magnetism and Electromagnetism
Radioactivity and particles
Applications of Radioactivity
- Position, motion, speed and time
- Speed vs Velocity
|14:30 - 15:30 (GMT+0)||Motion|
Describe steady, uniform, non-uniform motions
Describe directions both in verbally and mathematically
Understand the basics of graphs and outline necessary points of plotting graphs.
|15 minutes Break|
|15:45 - 16:45 (GMT+0)||Motion|
Learn similarities and differences between speed and velocity.
Learn calculations related to the topic
during the class.
you feel unsure.
given by your teacher.