O-Level Physics

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ladeline28
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Re: O-Level Physics

Post by ladeline28 » Wed Jul 06, 2016 10:42 am

TiredMummy wrote:Hi, my daughter is in Sec 3 and taking pure physics. She needs a tutor to go thru' the physics from beginning of the year onwards as she is lost. Pls recommend if you know of any good physics tutors. We are staying in the west.

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Hi TiredMummy,

My DS is also weak in his Physics and I'm looking for a tutor for him too. Did you managed to find a suitable tutor? Do you mind sharing your findings? Thanks.

TiredMummy
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Re: O-Level Physics

Post by TiredMummy » Thu Jul 07, 2016 9:14 am

Hi, no, I couldn't find any one-to-one tutor and I saw a newspaper article abt Physics tuition at Bt Timah Shopping Ctr - Best Physics Tuition. I signed DD up and she is now into her 2nd mth. Too early to say if the tuition ctr is good or not.

Rgds,
Tiredmummy.

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Re: O-Level Physics

Post by violin_lover » Thu Jul 07, 2016 9:48 am

buttercreem wrote:Please help with this question. Thank you.

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The answer is 8.1

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Re: O-Level Physics

Post by ladeline28 » Thu Jul 07, 2016 12:43 pm

TiredMummy wrote:Hi, no, I couldn't find any one-to-one tutor and I saw a newspaper article abt Physics tuition at Bt Timah Shopping Ctr - Best Physics Tuition. I signed DD up and she is now into her 2nd mth. Too early to say if the tuition ctr is good or not.

Rgds,
Tiredmummy.
I see. Ok, thanks for your response. :smile:

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Re: O-Level Physics

Post by bright-culture » Sat Jul 23, 2016 8:44 am

Hi parents, I wrote an article that will be helpful for students taking physics at O or A Levels!

4 Must Try Tricks If Your Child Is Struggling With Physics

Tip number one: Focus on understanding each topic separately

Tip number two: Prioritize understanding over memorization

Tip number three: Do as many practice synoptic questions as possible

Tip number four: Keep a log of all the difficult question types

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Re: physics question on reflection

Post by hider » Tue Aug 02, 2016 11:03 am

sunnymoon wrote:can someone help me with this physics question. What is the characteristic of the image formed by the periscope with convex mirror on top and plane mirror at the bottom? Image
Thanks
Yes answer is A.

A convex mirror is used in seven-eleven to enable wide range of vision. The objects will look smaller. See it for your sell at any seven eleven store :)

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Re: O-Level Physics

Post by Dr.Daniel » Mon Aug 15, 2016 12:42 pm

buttercreem wrote:Please help with this question. Thank you.

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These are the kinds of questions we go over with students during our September Holiday Program for End of Year Exam Revision (including IP) and O'Level Physics. I'm doing a lot of these problems with Sec 3 and Sec 4 students as well in our regular Physics tuition classes.

The answer is in two parts. For the first part, use a kinematics equation to solve for the initial velocity. We strongly recommend memorizing the 4 equations used for kinematics, as this is the fastest way of solving these kinds of problems.

For the second part, set the calculated kinetic energy = 95% of the actual kinetic energy. This needs to be done carefully. This little step at the end comes up in a lot of places in physics where efficiency is involved and it is important to think about the answer at the end. The actual initial velocity must be higher than the calculated initial velocity because energy was lost along the way.

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Re: O-Level Physics

Post by A better tomorrow » Sun Sep 04, 2016 6:33 pm

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Re: O-Level Physics

Post by S_Mummy » Wed Feb 15, 2017 9:31 am

Hi all
May I know what could be possibly tested under “Waves” for SPA? :scratchhead:
What should the child take note and prepare for this topic?
I would appreciate suggestion.
Thank you very much.

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Re: O-Level Physics

Post by masteryourmath » Wed Feb 15, 2017 10:33 pm

S_Mummy wrote:Hi all
May I know what could be possibly tested under “Waves” for SPA? :scratchhead:
What should the child take note and prepare for this topic?
I would appreciate suggestion.
Thank you very much.
Hi,

Are you referring to the topic General Wave Properties as opposed to Light/Electromagnetic Waves? I don't teach Physics and it has been a couple of years since I did Physics SPA but I'll try to recall what I've done. :)

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