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Intro to Higher Physics pdf

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Intro Summary Note pdf

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  1. Go to MENU on your phone
  2. Click on the COURSE MATERIALS (with the picture shown)
  3. or from a computer click on COURSE MATERIALS
  4. Navigate down until you come to the UNIT you want
  5. Some materials are in the REVISION section
  6. Most of the information is in the relevant TOPIC, enjoy!

It’s not going to be easy, but it’s going to be worth it.

New and Updated for 2022-2023

Modifications for session 2022–23 remain the same as session 2020–21. Component Marks Scaled marks Duration Question paper 1 (Objective test) 25 marks time 45 minutes Question paper 2 130 marks scaled to 95 time 2 hours 15 minutes https://www.sqa.org.uk/sqa/files_ccc/modification-summary-physics.pdf https://www.sqa.org.uk/sqa/files_ccc/modification-summary-physics.pdf

Introduction to Higher Physics

Some advice!

  • Analyse your work and identify Areas for Improvement
  • Use past papers along with the SQA website – use “marking instructions”, your teacher will show you how.
  • Attend after-school Supported Study regularly.
  • Consult teachers at interval/lunchtime, perhaps to get help with homework or to borrow other resources.
  • Refer to compendium document.
  • Practice with “Basic Knowledge” or Tutorial Question.
  • Make/obtain and use Flash Cards.
  • Try mind-mapping/spider diagrams.
  • Generate your own short notes/ summaries
  • Familiarise with the equations on page 2, stick a copy in your jotter and add your own notes to these.
  • Create and learn mnemonics (ROYGBIV – Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain, RMIVUXG but don’t overdo it)
  • Plan weekly Revision timetable.
  • Write and record mp3 files.
  • Use Flash Learning , Scholar, Glesga Physics or other software
  • Useful websites and departmental website.
  • Post-it notes in your room/house (better ask first!)
  • Remember to revise at the first opportunity after any lesson, asking yourself;
  • What were the main learning objectives of the lesson?
  • Do I understand these?
  • What can I do to improve?

  • 1 mark for the formula
  • 1 mark for substitution
  • 1 mark for the correct answer with the correct unit.

January 2022

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