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GCSE Physics Tutors and GCSE Physics Tuition

Physics is known as the fundamental science and creates a foundation for other natural sciences. In fact, without physics we would not have chemistry or biology or anything else! Learning GCSE physics is generally designed to give students the tools and concepts needed to enable them to construct a scientific approach to solving problems. GCSE physics tutors will cover topics such as: the use and transfer of energy, waves, radiation, space and the applications of physics.

Understanding physics can be difficult at any level and GCSE physics lessons naturally become more challenging than secondary physics lessons. Understanding how to answer questions about the fundamental laws that govern natural phenomena and engaging in how to relate physics to their everyday lives can often be difficult for some students and a GCSE physics tutor can really help.

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A GCSE physics tutor will cover all aspects of GCSE physics and focus on the areas your child may be having problems understanding. First Tutors will provide you with all the information you need to find a proficient GCSE physics tutor that will best suit your child's needs. GCSE physics may be a challenging subject but a private GCSE physics tutor can make all the difference to your child's success and enjoyment in learning.

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GCSE Physics question - Radiation and the Universe

Each of these applications uses electromagnetic radiation:

  1. Mobile phones
  2. Sterilising medical equipment
  3. Hair-dryers
  4. Sunbeds

Match the parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, A, B, C and D with the applications labelled 1, 2, 3 and 4:

  1. Ultraviolet rays
  2. Microwaves
  3. Infrared rays
  4. Gamma rays

GCSE Physics Riddle

Q: There are 20 people in an empty, square room. Each person has full sight of the entire room and everyone in it. You are not allowed to move in any way (other than your eyes). Where can you place an apple so that all but one person can see it?

GCSE Physics Joke

TEACHER: Name a conductor of electricity.
PUPIL: Why... er..
TEACHER: Wire is right. Name a unit of electrical power.
PUPIL: What?!
TEACHER: The Watt is absolutely correct.

GCSE Physics Fact

A bolt of lightning has enough energy to toast ~100,000 slices of bread.