Are you a student taking the GCE “O” Level Pure Physics examination? Are you having difficulties understanding the concepts in Kinematics and not able to follow what your teachers taught in school? If so, then this course is for you.

This kinematic course is carefully crafted to help students achieve the learning outcomes detailed in the GCE “O” level Physics syllabus. It is designed to make the learning process simple, fast and effective.

Every lesson consists of a short video that explains the concept with animated illustrations using everyday-life examples. At various learning milestones, quizzes with questions of gradual difficulty levels are provided to enable students to test their understanding and reinforce their learning. Throughout the course, students will be given exam preparation tips, advised on commonly made mistakes and misconceptions and taught the skills of how to correctly answer GCE O Level questions. By the end of the course, students will be well equipped with the knowledge required for examination.

Graphical analysis of Distance-time graph and Velocity-time graph

Describe the motion of bodies under free fall with and without air resistance

Computation of terminal velocity

How you will benefit from this course?

Learn each concept easily in under 10 minutes

Learn at your own pace.

Visualise and grasp the concepts through animated illustrations and everyday-life examples

Gain confidence in exam preparation through a guided program of solving questions of gradual difficulty levels and acquire the skills to solve GCE “O” level examination questions

Get tips on commonly made mistakes and be corrected on misconceptions

Choose how you want to learn, by concepts or go straight into testing your understanding by solving questions or pick specific topic to learn

Learn from questions & answers posted by other students and share your knowledge or post your questions in the comments section below each lesson.

Who this course is for?

Secondary 3 and 4 students preparing for GCE “O” Level Pure Physics examination students

Anyone interested in Kinematics

Requirements

Basic knowledge of graphs and coordinate geometry

Basic knowledge of mathematical equations, time, distance, scalar and vectors.

Basic knowledge of measurements, e.g. 100cm =1 m, 1km=1000m, 1kg = 1000g, etc.