###### Syllabus covered in our A Level JC Physics tuition.

SECTION I: MEASUREMENT

1. Measurement
• Physical quantities and SI units
• Scalars and vectors
• Errors and uncertainties

SECTION II: NEWTONIAN MECHANICS

1. Kinematics
• Rectilinear motion
• Non-linear motion
1. Dynamics
• Newton’s laws of motion
• Linear momentum and its conservation
1. Forces
• Types of force
• Centre of gravity
• Turning effects of forces
• Equilibrium of forces
• Upthrust
1. Work, Energy and Power
• Work
• Energy conversion and conservation
• Potential energy and kinetic energy
• Power
1. Motion in a Circle
• Kinematics of uniform circular motion
• Centripetal acceleration
• Centripetal force
1. Gravitational Field
• Gravitational field
• Gravitational force between point masses
• Gravitational field of a point mass
• Gravitational field near to the surface of the Earth
• Gravitational potential
• Circular orbits

SECTION III: THERMAL PHYSICS

1. Temperature and Ideal Gases Content
• Thermal equilibrium
• Temperature scales
• Equation of state
• Kinetic theory of gases
• Kinetic energy of a molecule
1. First Law of Thermodynamics
• Specific heat capacity and specific latent heat
• Internal energy
• First law of thermodynamics

SECTION lV: OSCILLATION AND WAVES

1. Oscillations
• Simple harmonic motion
• Energy in simple harmonic motion
• Damped and forced oscillations, resonance
1. Wave Motion
• Progressive waves
• Transverse and longitudinal waves
• Polarisation
• Determination of frequency and wavelength of sound waves
1. Superposition
• Principle of superposition
• Stationary waves
• Diffraction
• Two-source interference
• Single slit and multiple slit diffraction

SECTION V: ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

1. Electric Fields
• Concept of an electric field
• Force between point charges
• Electric field of a point charge
• Uniform electric fields
• Electric potential
1. Current of Electricity
• Electric current
• Potential difference
• Resistance and resistivity
• Sources of electromotive force
1. D.C.Circuits
• Circuit symbols and diagrams
• Series and parallel arrangements
• Potential divider
• Balanced potentials
1. Electromagnetism
• Concept of a magnetic field
• Magnetic fields due to currents
• Force on a current-carrying conductor
• Force between current-carrying conductors
• Force on a moving charge
1. Electromagnetic Induction
• Magnetic flux
• Laws of electromagnetic induction
1. Alternating Currents
• Characteristics of alternating currents
• The transformer
• Rectification with a diode

SECTION VI: MODERN PHYSICS

1. Quantum Physics
• Energy of a photon
• The photoelectric effect
• Wave-particle duality
• Energy levels in atoms
• Line spectra
• X-ray spectra
• The uncertainty principle
1. Nuclear Physics
• The nucleus
• Isotopes
• Mass defect and nuclear binding energy
• Nuclear processes 