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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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Samira

Samira

Doctorate: DPhil Engineering Science (University of Oxford) (2009)
of the MRI physics courses at UCL in addition to research related to advanced mathematical modelling of the brain. Different students have different ways of understanding different subjects. At the first instance, I try to understand the specific level of the student and move on from there. My first goal is to help the student understand the basic concepts, develop his/her self confidence, and help him/her achieve the best results by focusing on his/her weakest...
Jim

Jim

PGCE: Post-16 PGCE (2005)
to address those. For some students who may have struggled up till now, a lot of the time the first need is to gain confidence and begin to see that these are subjects that a) make sense and b) they can do. Often this is achieved by being helped to 'see through' the unfamiliar terms used to recognise that what is being talked about is actually something familiar and sometimes even commonplace. For other, advanced...
Samuel
a day I can be asked how to apply maths to many problems from mechanical engineering to fine arts! An area I have also been giving a lot of help to over the last year or so is economic theory, both micro and macro economic. I have also done a lot of private tuition of A-levels for all of the major examining boards. I have often got this work from referral of satisfied customers. I...
Jeannie
have accumulated detailed notes and presentations on dozens of texts currently studied for CfE National and Higher English and have sample critical essays for all of them. I can show students how to go about efficiently planning, constructing and proof-reading their essays and make sure that they fully understand any essay requirements. I also have numerous presentations on close reading techniques. I have experience in carrying out English as a Foreign Language (ESL) assessments and...
Walpita Rahul
(1st & 2nd years). As an A/L student I tutored GCSE students in physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics. Please see below for my feedback. My teaching style focusses on the core concepts of the subject, an application of this core knowledge to practical examples, and its subsequent association within exam questions. My teaching will be tailored to your individual needs, wants and expectations. I will focus on the setting and achievement of goals with a...
Garrie
my role as a PhD student at the University of Strathclyde, providing tuition and guidance to Mechanical Engineering undergraduate students during lab demonstrations and tutorials. Different students have different needs and learning styles, and I aim to tailor my tuition approach to match the needs of each student as much as possible, and give them some control over how they want to be taught. Students will have a large say in what they learn from...
John

John

Bachelors: B.Sc Physics with Mathematics (Hons) Sussex University (1967)
information – I shall be pleased to answer any of your questions and to reassure both parents and young students alike. As much as I love my subjects I recognise that my job is getting the grade needed in exams. With recent changes to the specifications this is becoming even more challenging. However, I believe that if the student has a wish to learn then significant progress can be made. I expect to give the...
Anupama

Anupama

Bachelors: Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology (First class honours) (2008)
success with the new QTS numeracy exams for teachers. I carry out individual assessment from time to time to monitor and evaluate their progress. Tutees and their parents are always welcome to discuss with me if they have any difficult areas within the subject to concentrate more. I take a very calm, enthusiastic and prepared approach with my students. I like to use many different approaches in a tutoring session to keep attention focused and...
Wasim
range of science, engineering and key skills courses at schools, colleges and universities for more than 10 years from lecturing big classes to one-to-one mentoring. I always endeavour to adopt a good pedagogic approach to teach the subject with clear oral and written communication. My lessons are flexibly planned to tailor teaching in a way that meets the individual's needs and learning pace. I believe that everyone can understand a given topic/subject if it is...
Andrew

Andrew

Doctorate: PhD (currently undertaking) (2015)
solar cells and organic LEDs and his research leads to fundamental understanding of the physics behind these technologies.  Part of this work involved attending MAX-Lab IV in Lund, Sweden and Soleil in Paris to which involved using a synchrotron, which is an X-ray producing particle accelerator.  I hope that this research will lead to developing new technologies for light flexible displays and low cost solar power generation. Now that I have finished my PhD, tutoring...

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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.