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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

Entry agreed to by this year’s Physics teacher or the Head of Science. Study at Level 2 Physics is preferred.

COURSE CONTENT:

The topics covered are:- 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.

WHERE DOES IT LEAD?

The study of Physics is an essential component for all careers involving engineering, technology, and health sciences and for further study of Physics at university. It is also useful for students with technological aspirations.

COSTS:

A $40 course manual is required.