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Achievement standards
91170 - Waves & optics
91171 - Mechanics
91172 - Nuclear physics
91173 - Electricity & electromagnetism
Course outline
Yr 12 Physics Course Statement 2013
Yr 12 Physics Scheme 2012

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

Entry agreed to by this year’s Science teacher or the Head of Science.

COURSE CONTENT:

This course is set by the national Level 7 Physics curriculum. Topics covered include mechanics,

electricity, electromagnetism, light and waves, atomic and nuclear physics.

HOW IS IT ASSESSED?

A combination of internally and externally assessed achievement and unit standards totalling at least 24 credits. The practical skills are internally assessed.

WHERE DOES IT LEAD?

Level 3 Physics. You must do Level 2 if you want to do Level 3 Physics.

COSTS:

A $38 course manual is required.