How easy will it be when you feel supremely confident in physics. When you know the key equations and you are able to rearrange them effortlessly. When the key points in physics are at your fingertips.
This course is designed to help enhance your study of physics learned by students 14-16 years old worldwide. It is a course about memory techniques, physics equations and empowerment through confidence and practice.
There is a lot to remember in high school physics but you should enjoy the process.
Over 40 equations that have to be rearranged in over 120 different ways.
9 different types of energy.
7 different types of visible light.
7 types of electromagnetic waves.
Converting between 7 well-used prefixes.
3 types of radiation and radioactive decay, that have 3 different effects on their parent nucleus, are detected in 3 different ways and have 3 different levels of danger depending on whether they are inside or outside of the body.
Various types of subatomic particles making up protons and neutrons.
How to construct lens diagrams.
How to answer open ended questions.
Unless you are good at remembering these things, physics is an uphill struggle. This course will teach you how to remember all of these things easily using fun memory techniques and mnemonics.
This course also contains about 800 answered questions and examples. There are over 150 fully explained video questions, many multiple choice quiz questions and extra downloadable practice questions with answers. Working through these questions will increase your confidence and hopefully inspire a love of physics.
This course will use your amazing mind to create lasting memories. You are more likely to be able to remember something if it is fun and interesting. By using these memory aids, you are creating new connections in your brain that make learning the physics equations easy.
The fun and catchy mnemonics and other memory aids in this course were created to help students remember the essential equations and key concepts at this level of physics. This course also contains techniques to help make rearranging the equations easier. Practice of these methods should improve revision skills and study techniques in physics and for other subjects as well.
This course is based on my book published under the same name that was developed from over a decade of classroom experience.