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A-Level Physics Tutors & A-Level Physics Tuition

A-Level physics lessons delve deeper into the world of physics and require a thorough understanding of the way fundamental science works. Studying A-Level physics allows students to choose optional topics that may have a particular interest to them such as medical physics, astrophysics and applied physics. A-Level physics lessons will continue to build on concepts and skills students have developed at GCSE level physics. A-Level physics tutors will cover topics such as: particles and radiation, mechanics, quantum phenomena, electric fields, gravitation, nuclear energy, radioactivity, cosmology and many more.

A-Level physics lessons are challenging and many students find that the help of a private A-Level physics tutor can ensure they achieve their desired grades as well as easing them through the exam period. First Tutors can ensure you find the best A-Level physics tutor for your child, making sure you have all the information you need to choose the most suitable tutor for A-Level physics tuition.

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Amram

Amram

Masters: Applied Mathematics MSc (2012)
Last year I had to refuse a few requests due to limited spaces and on-going tutoring commitments. To avoid disappointment please check with me via message before quick-buying my details and the trial lesson is free. Hi, I am Amram. I am extremely enthusiastic and passionate about teaching with a v...
Jim

Jim

PGCE: Post-16 PGCE (2005)
I am an experienced, qualified teacher and tutor with a long record of success helping students overcome specific difficulties in physics and maths and greatly increasing their confidence in these subjects. I graduated from Cambridge in Physics and Theoretical Physics, then worked in the oil indust...
Samira

Samira

Doctorate: DPhil Engineering Science (2009)
A highly qualified Oxford University Graduate, dedicated and experienced tutor in Maths and Physics in the London area. Guaranteed to achieve the best possible results for all different boards in: - GCSE - AS, A2, A Level, etc 18 years of tutoring experience in Universities (University of Oxford...
Garrie
Hello! I'm Garrie, a tutor for Maths/Physics at high school and university level, and the top rated tutor on the FirstTutors website in the Glasgow/Lanarkshire area! I'm a full-time tutor, and have previously held posts as Research Assistant / Teacher at the University of Glasgow. I first graduat...
Samuel
Hi I have just finished a PhD in maths at Newcastle University so it goes without saying I'm enthusiastic about both maths and physics. On top of this I have a wide variety of interests, and this allows me to find ways of explaining things that the people I'm tutoring can relate to. While studying...
Walpita Rahul
Hello, My name is Rahul. I am a trainee anaesthetist who graduated from Imperial College London. I have 13 years of teaching experience and I offer help in several academic areas including mathematics, further mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, human biology, and medicine. I finished my und...
-:REGULAR One-to-One and EXAM INTENSIVE REVISIONS:- Do you think, your child needs a little extra help with school work? Or he/she is bit reluctant to do studies? So, I can help your child to improve his/her skills. I am a teacher who has higher postgraduate qualifications in Engineering and also...
John

John

Matlock
Maths, Physics
Bachelors: B.Sc Physics with Mathematics (Hons) Sussex University (1967)
I am a (young) 72 and I have a long-standing degree in Physics and Mathematics from Sussex University. More recently (2013) after 9 years of part time study I completed another B.Sc. degree, this time with the Open University, securing a 2.1 classification I started work an engineer at Rolls Royce...
Andrew

Andrew

Doctorate: PhD (2017)
Welcome to higher grades in Physics, Chemistry and Maths. I am a full time professional tutor and an excellent communicator, with the ability, understanding and resources to get the best out of students for their GCSEs, IGCSEs, IBs, A levels, Uni entrance tests and undergraduate degrees. I am a full...
Wasim
I am highly dedicated individual and passionate about teaching. I am friendly and approachable. I love to work with my students to help them achieve their target grades. Some of my students have been convinced that they are not good at a particular subject and ended up at the top of their class and...

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A-Level Physics Question - Fields and their applications

Q. (i) Why, despite the electrostatic repulsion between protons, are the nuclei of most low nucleon number atoms stable?

Q. (ii) Why do stable nuclei of higher nucleon number have greater numbers of neutrons than protons?

A-Level Physics Riddle

Q: I am weightless, but you can see me. Put me in a bucket, and I'll make it lighter. What am I?

A-Level Physics Joke

Q: What did the nuclear physicist have for lunch?

A-Level Physics Fact

Uranus is the only planet in our solar system that rolls on its side like a barrel, while Venus is the only planet that spins in the opposite direction to Earth.