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Physics

You will already be familiar with many of the topics that you will study, including forces, waves, radioactivity, electricity and magnetism.  At A Level, you will look at these areas in more detail and find out how they are interconnected. You will also learn how to apply maths to real-world problems and explore new areas such as particle physics, cosmology and medical physics. Perhaps more importantly, you will develop skills that can be transferred to just about any other area of work, from setting up a business to saving the planet. Even if you do not go on to become a   physicist, learning to think like one will help you get to the root of any problem and draw connections that aren’t obvious to others. Physics won’t give you all the    answers, but it will teach you how to ask the right questions.

 

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  • Entry requirements: Grade 5 in Physics
  • Course deliver:

    100% external assessment

    Students also complete a practical endorsement in Physics that allows them to hone their practical skills in preparation for further study.  The practical endorsement does not count towards the final grade, although you will be issued with a certificate to say you have reached the required standard.

  • Exam Board: OCR A Level course
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