|Physics for You|
AQA Revision Guide
|This was devised for the AQA specification starting in 2006, but (if you can get hold of a copy) many parts of it are still very good for today’s exams.|
|This Revision Guide covered all of:|
|AQA Core GCSE Science A and B, and|
|AQA Additional GCSE Science, and|
|AQA GCSE Physics, and|
|at Foundation Tier and at Higher Tier.|
|There were similar revision books for Chemistry and for Biology.
(Publication date was June 2006)Clear – concise – accessible.
For each topic/module, including ‘How Science works’, there is:
|An ‘input’ spread, showing the Key Points needed for the revision of this Physics topic.
See more details below.
|An ‘output’ spread, of Homework Questions and real Exam Questions on this topic, for practice.
The answers are provided at the back, with comments & tips by an experienced Examiner.
|In addition there are:|
|Detachable ‘Revision Cards‘, one per topic, for last-minute revision,|
|Examiners’ Hints & Tips,|
|Advice on Revision Technique,|
|Advice on Examination Technique,|
|Sample answers at Grade C and at Grade A, so you can see how to improve your grade.|
Click here to view a PDF of this page for AQA Additional GCSE Science, Topic 2.3:
‘What happens to movement energy when things speed up or slow down?’.
The ISBN is 0-7487-8377-6 (it was published by Nelson Thornes Ltd)