Brian Redman updated the IOP tests and I was going over these and got very behind. I will put the updated tests in this post in 3 tables N5, H and AH. Do not share these with anyone except in school Physics Departments. They are not to be used by tutors. If we lose the rigour of protecting these they are useless to everyone.
Hi folks, with that panic that has arisen with the imminent demise of talk physics (I can’t say I was a fan) I’ve tried to add some of the essential resources here.
Give me time to upload them.
They are password protected, and not for use by people who tutor and make money out of other people’s work. These are for teachers who are busting a gut trying to keep up with the constant changes in students and education.
Hot off the press, I’ve just worked out the cutoff scores for each grade at each level. Here it is.
Cut off scoresA summary of the cut off scores for 5 years at AH, H and N5 physics
As part of the moderation process we’ve got some fake student scripts.
I have not done a definitive marking instructions but I believe the person who sat this paper, a Drew Escutcheon, has made some sneaky errors to look for.
A Vital Piece of Info for all Markers
Thanks to Mr C Rossi so making a marking grid for you to add your answers. When we’ve got a finalised MI I’ll publish a commentary with a password so you can’t cheat!
NATIONAL 5 PHYSICS
This is a video of an IoP Coaching Session that I took part in on 27th October 2020 trying to inspire teachers to grasp the opportunities that are available for them and their students.
This is a presentation I gave on AH Uncertainties for the IoP. It was the end of term and that’s why I am nearly falling asleep. I had to update it as I had indeed taken the absolute and not fractional uncertainty in T to double for the uncertainty in T2.
3 States of Matter
Thanks to Adam P for holding the camera as I did this demo. It shows so much Science in one large boiling tube! Convection, lack of conduction, state of matter, floating and sinking, density! Hope you like it.
The gauze is there only because the ice floats on the water and the ice needs to be at the bottom for the experiment to work.