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Physics

This page provides you access to the help-notes of the three physics papers.

Paper 1 ( Multiple Choice)

Paper 2 ( Theory)

Paper 4 ( ATP )  ( Click to open )

This page will provide you with general tips and notes needed to attempt these papers; But will not explain each paper in detail.

Weight-age:
Theory papers (Papers 1 and 2)
A Knowledge with understanding is weighted at approximately 65% of the marks with approximately half
allocated to recall.
B Handling information and solving problems is weighted at approximately 35% of the marks.
Practical assessment (Papers 3 and 4)
This is designed to test appropriate skills in assessment objective C and will carry approximately 20% of the
marks for the subject

Physics (5054) syllabus:

The most important thing that you would need in your O' level session is your Syllabus.
You must have your syllabus at all times so you would know that you are studying the right thing and not missing any important chapter. The syllabus for Cambridge O' level Physics (5054) is available for download from this link.Click here to download. This syllabus is for candidates appearing in exams in May/ June & Oct/ Nov 2012.


Physics (5054) Book List:

After you have the syllabus you need to learn your coursework. For this you need a book to study.
Remember, there is no book in the world that covers the whole syllabus of a subject so you would have to rely on self study and on-line resources like this one to cover your syllabus.I recommend studying from these books as they are recommended by Cambridge.
Author                     Title                                   Publisher                 
J. Breithaupt    Key Science – Physics           Stanley Thornes
K. Dobson       The Physical World                  Nelson
T. Duncan      GCSE Physics (Third edition)    John Murray
S. Pople          Explaining Physics              Oxford University Press

Physics (5054) Past Papers:

After you have finished your coursework you need to practice to make your skills perfect. You need to practice the papers of at least 5 years to test your knowledge.

Just click here to download the past papers. Key: s_00 means the Exam occurred in May/June
ms_00 means this is the mark scheme for the paper
qp_00 means this is the question paper.
sy_00 means this is the syllabus for the respective year.

Physics (5054) Notes and Guides:
As there's always room for improvement you can study some notes to help you excel through your studies. These are some of them along with videos which would prove really helpful even if you want to start from scratch. Just click on the topic to watch the respective tutorial.

The chapters are listed according to the Physics (5054) syllabus.            (  * = VIP  )
You can also use the notes provided in this link to study this topic.
This is some general stuff you should revise.
Star Formation notes HERE.
The entire formula list HERE.

Chapter 1:
Chapter 2:
Chapter 3:
Chapter 4:
Chapter 5:
Chapter 6:
Chapter 7:
Fluids (part 10)
Chapter 8:
Chapter 9:
You can use the notes provided in this link to study this topic.
You can also use this  Direct Link. *
Chapter 10:
You can use the notes provided in this link to study this topic.
Chapter 11:
You can use the notes provided in this link to study this topic.
You can also use this direct link. 
Chapter 12:
You can use the notes provided in this link to study this topic.
You can also use this direct link. Chapter 13:
Chapter 14:
Chapter 15 & 16:
You can use the notes provided in this link to study this topic.
You can also use this  and this direct link.*
Chapter 17:
Chapter 18:
Chapter 19 ,20, 22, 23:
You can also use this link. ( VIP)
Chapter 21:
You can use the notes provided in this link to study this topic.
Chapter 26 &; 27:
You can use the notes provided in this link to study this topic.
OR
You can use the notes provided in this link to study this topic. ( different )
OR
You can use this link


Physics (5054) ATP notes VIP:
Right HERE.