AS and A2 Revision

I am sure that your revision is in full swing. Aside from past exam papers we also have a collection of different questions which will help improve how you apply your understanding of the subject. When answering them you should do the following:

1) Attempt the question without any notes

2) Change pen colour and the attempt to fill in the blanks and make corrections with the help of your notes

3) Mark your questions harshly; if you aren’t sure if you’ve done enough for the mark then don’t award it

4) Make a note somewhere of your score and where you lost marks. Use this list to target your weak areas

If possible try to give yourself the allotted times for exams and do them in a quiet place to get you in the mindset of the real exam. Contact your teachers if things don’t make sense and remember that there are always more questions you can attempt.

Here is a list of the available revision resources we have for each module. They are all on the student drive (work/physics/6th form/moon books or work/physics/7th form/moon books). If you can’t find them please let me know.


 PH1

Lower Sixth this should be your priority as it is a lot sooner than the PH2

PH1 Moon – this is a selection of old specification WJEC questions. They do not perfectly match our syllabus but they are the closest thing we have. You will have been issued this a while ago and should be close to completing it.

PH1 Extra Moon – this is a selection of some more old specification WJEC questions. As previously noted they are a good match to our syllabus. Once you’ve finished the first Moon Book, try this one out.

PH1 Bonus Moon Mechanics – this is a selection of OCR questions just on mechanics (PH1.1-PH1.3). There will be some differences between these questions and the ones in your exams, however, the physics is pretty similar. If you’ve completed both the Moon and Extra Moon Books and still need more practice with mechanics questions then go here.

PH1 Bonus Moon Electricity – this is a selection of OCR questions just on electricity (PH1.4-PH1.6). There will be some differences between these questions and the ones in your exams, however, the physics is pretty similar. If you’ve completed both the Moon and Extra Moon Books and still need more practice with electricity questions then go here.


PH2

There is a little longer to get things sorted for PH2 so focus on PH1 but still do some PH2

PH2 Moon – this is a selection of old specification WJEC questions. They do not perfectly match our syllabus but they are the closest thing we have. You will have been issued this a while ago and should be close to completing it.

PH2 Extra Moon – this is a selection of some more old specification WJEC questions. As previously noted they are a good match to our syllabus. Once you’ve finished the first Moon Book, try this one out.

Coming Soon

PH2 Bonus Moons based on OCR questions


 PH4

PH4 Moon – this is a selection of old specification WJEC questions. They do not perfectly match our syllabus but they are the closest thing we have. You will have been issued this a while ago and should be close to completing it.

PH4 Extra Moon – this is a selection of some more old specification WJEC questions. As previously noted they are a good match to our syllabus. Once you’ve finished the first Moon Book, try this one out. Watch out for the First Law of Thermodynamics!

PH4 Bonus Moon Vibrations – this is a selection of OCR questions just on vibrations (PH4.1). There will be some differences between these questions and the ones in your exams, however, the physics is pretty similar. If you’ve completed both the Moon and Extra Moon Books and still need more practice with vibrations questions then go here.

PH4 Bonus Moon Momentum – this is a selection of OCR questions just on momentum (PH4.2). There will be some differences between these questions and the ones in your exams, however, the physics is pretty similar. If you’ve completed both the Moon and Extra Moon Books and still need more practice with momentum questions then go here.

PH4 Bonus Moon Thermal – this is a selection of OCR questions just on thermal (PH4.3). There will be some differences between these questions and the ones in your exams, however, the physics is pretty similar. If you’ve completed both the Moon and Extra Moon Books and still need more practice with thermal questions then go here.

Coming soon

PH4 Bonus Moon for electric and gravitational fields

PH4 Bonus Moon for orbits etc. Possibly.


 PH5

PH5 Moon – this is a selection of old specification WJEC questions. They do not perfectly match our syllabus but they are the closest thing we have. You will have been issued this a while ago and should be working through this well. Make sure that you are comfortable with Hall probes; we scored poorly on these last summer.

PH5 Bonus Moon Capacitors – this is a selection of OCR questions just on capacitors (PH5.1). There will be some differences between these questions and the ones in your exams, however, the physics is pretty similar. Once you’ve completed the Moon and Extra Moon Books and still need more practice with capacitor questions then go here.

PH5 Bonus Moon Magnets – this is a selection of OCR questions just on magnets (PH5.2-PH5.3). There will be some differences between these questions and the ones in your exams, however, the physics is pretty similar. Once you’ve completed the Moon and Extra Moon Books and still need more practice with magnets questions then go here.

PH5 Bonus Moon Radiation – this is a selection of OCR questions just on radiation(PH5.4-PH5.5). There will be some differences between these questions and the ones in your exams, however, the physics is pretty similar. Once you’ve completed the Moon and Extra Moon Books and still need more practice with radiation questions then go here.

Depending on the option you have selected you should have additional questions for these too.

Coming Soon

Sorry no PH5 Extra Moon as we’ve already put all the questions we could find into the original Moon Book

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