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Published 8/2014 English

Course Description

This course is one course of a complete package of courses that is specialized in answering (Cambridge IGCSE Physics past papers)

The course is continuously growing, started with 50 questions, and adding more questions as much as we can,

The package also includes other courses:

IGCSE Mechanics past papers questions

IGCSE Thermal Physics past papers questions

IGCSE Atomic Physics past papers questions

IGCSE Waves past papers questions

I can never imagine a Cambridge IGCSE Physics student who did not:

    1-Answer these past papers questions,

    2-Understand how to read the mark scheme of these questions,

    3-Know how to write a full understandable scientific answer for these questions,

    4-Know the marks distribution among the full answer according to the mark scheme,

There are many differences between watching science for fun or general knowledge, and studying science for an exam,

If you are aiming for an A* or A, reading the books and watching videos to explain the syllabus, are not enough,

You must understand those people who will correct your paper,

Sometimes you understand things, but you are unable to express and explain what is in your mind,

That is why understanding your syllabus perfectly and strongly is not enough,

This is only 40% of the road to the A*,

You must communicate with the minds of the examiners through answering past papers, understanding mark schemes which include the answer they would love to hear from you,

This is 60% of the road,

You must choose the courses that are related to your syllabus, not just (physics syllabus),

Most of videos on the internet may include what you need in your syllabus, but they also include a lot of thing that you do not need,

From 9 to 12 courses, realized this fact,

That is why their courses are specialized in answering past papers for each specific syllabus and not general past papers,

Each question will be answered in the following steps:

    1-The teacher reads the question with loud and clear voice,

    2-3 seconds chance to pause the video so you read it again carefully and try can answer the question yourself in your notebook – if you want-

    3-If you did not pause the video, the countdown ends and the teacher starts to explain the question, giving a quick express revision on the points related to this question in an average of 1 minute,

    4-The teacher gives you the final answer,

    5-The mark scheme is displayed on the screen, and the teacher starts to explain the mark scheme and gives any other possible answers,

    6-The teacher compares the mark scheme with his answer and shows you what are the marks of the question given for and how his answer gets the full mark of the question,

    7-All these steps for each question take an average duration of 2 minute for each question.

Again whether you take them with us or in any other place I can never imagine a Cambridge IGCSE Physics student who goes to the final exam without understanding these questions,

I hope you enjoy and benefit.

What are the requirements?

  • You must read and study Cambridge IGCSE Physics syllabus … it is not important to understand it 100% the question will do this but at least you have to know what each lesson in the syllabus is talking about,
  • It is preferred to have an external notebook to pause the videos and answer by yourself before watching the video answer,

What am I going to get from this course?

  • By the end of this course you will be able to answer all past papers with different ideas that are related to Cambridge 0625 IGCSE Physics
  • By the end of this course you will be able to read any mark scheme and understand what they mean,
  • By the end of this course your syllabus understanding will be improved in a way that no text book or any scientific explaining video can do,

What is the target audience?

  • Secondary level: Cambridge IGCSE Physics students,
  • University level: students who are taking this course or similar as an introduction course in their first year of science and engineering

What you get with this course?

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Curriculum

Section 1: Lesson 1: Magnetism
Question 1: electromagnet
Preview
01:33
Question 2: magnetic fields and compasses
Preview
02:05
Question 3: magnetic fields and compasses
01:11
Question 4: plotting magnetic fields
04:25
Question 5: shapes of magnetic fields
00:55
َQuestion 6: laws of attraction and repulsion
01:26
Question 7: soft iron and steel
01:24
Question 8: demagnetization
01:35
Section 2: Lesson 2: Electrostatics
Question 1: charging by induction
Preview
02:32
Question 2: charging by induction
02:44
Question 3: charging by induction
00:50
Question 4 and 5: charging by induction
02:12
Section 3: Lesson 3: Electric Current
Question 1 and 2: Q, V, I calculations
06:08
Question 3: drawing electric circuits,
03:16
Question 4, 5, 6 and 7: general calculations
04:55
Question 8: series connection
01:49
Question 9: electric circuits
02:27
Question 10: general electric calculations,
02:19
Question 11: which lamp has more power,
03:47
Section 4: Lesson 4: Home Installation
Question 1: Fuse
01:06
Question 2: shower of rain
01:17
Question 3: circuit breaker
01:53
Question 4: heating up wires
01:56
Question 5: electric symbols
00:38
Question 6: too much current
01:08
Question 7: fuse connection
01:30
Question 8: fuse value
01:56
Section 5: Lesson 5: Electric Motor
Question 1: Fleming's left hand
01:18
Question 2: motor parts
01:44
Question 3:clockwise or anticlockwise motor rotation,
Preview
02:13
Question 4: magnetic field of a straight wire,
01:22
Question 5: direction of magnetic field of a wire,
02:49
Question 6: clockwise or anticlockwise motor,
02:02
Question 7: coil rotation,
01:24
Question 8: move it faster and opposite,
01:56
Question 9: charged particle and magnetic field,
03:46
Question 10: charged particle and magnetic field,
01:21
Section 6: Lesson 6: Electromagnetic Induction
Question 1: drawing a given transformer,
02:15
Question 2: inside the transformer,
02:50
Question 3: transformers and a.c.
01:50
Question 4: transformer calculations,
01:26
Question 5: describing electromagnetic induction,
02:04
Question 6: electromagnetic induction in lab
03:29
Question 7: moving a wire in a magnetic field,
01:22
Question 8: rotating a straight wire about its center,
02:18
Question 9: national grid,
Preview
03:01
Question 10: national grid calculations,
02:58
Question 11: national grid calculations,
02:11
Section 7: Lesson 7: Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (C.R.O.)
Question 1: electron beam deflection,
03:08
Question 2: moving the spot left and right,
02:05
Question 3: moving the spot up and down,
01:41
Question 4: drawing an a.c. waveform
01:32
Question 5: CRO parts
02:37
Question 6: CRO parts
01:20
Question 7: thermoionic emission
02:05
Question 8: drawing a CRO diagram
02:50
Question 9: controlling the beam of electrons
02:56
Question 10: CRO parts and functions
02:55
Section 8: Lesson 8: Circuit Components
Question 1: circuit symbols
01:18
Question 2: the idea of the dark alarm
04:00
Question 3: the d.c. battery charging circuit
02:03
Question 4: simple home transformer
01:50
Question 5: a capacitor in series
02:59
Question 6: diode and a.c.
01:51
Question 7: simple home transformer
01:49
Question 8: the transistor cool alarm circuit
03:17
Question 9: the transistor dark alarm circuit
02:19
Question 10: the light alarm potential divider circuit
04:26
Question 11: the transistor heat alarm circuit
02:59
Question 12: controlling the working temperature of heat alarm
03:53
Section 9: Lesson 9: Logic Gates
Question 1: logic gates circuits
03:32

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