GCSE Physics  


Our Physics GCSE revision course helps you understand and improve your physics knowledge, so you get the best results in your GCSE physics exam.

GCSE Physics: Revision Course

During our one day Physics revision course you will take part in a range of activities, which will switch from tutor-led activities to student-led work. They may include:

Past papers - Independently: students complete some papers. These are marked and feedback provided during the next session.

Past papers - with assistance: students work on past papers in small groups and with assistance from the course tutor.

Descriptive sessions: students study resources (graphs, data, etc) and then discuss and describe the topic in full – using the correct terms.

Teacher's notes: the tutor presents topic notes in full, if students have never covered the basic topic. Students then read and discuss the notes.

Full teaching: the tutor teaches a topic, then generates discussion and questions students to gauge their knowledge of the subject.

Our tutors continuously check that students are concentrating, have understood and are ready to move on. In general, most students are happy to revisit topics to reinforce their understanding – although if there are large differences in the level of understanding in a group then alternative activities can always be negotiated.

A typical GCSE Physics Revision Session:

- Seven-Hour duration

- List of activities and topics on the board.

- Discussion about preferred learning styles – e.g. groups, pairs or individuals

- Topics divided to fit the time available

If the whole group is with the same exam board then the group is likely to follow a single past paper. If not, students may split into smaller groups or work individually.

Because we tailor each course to fit the needs of the students on that course, there is no 'standard' lesson plan. The information on this page is intended as a guide only.

If you’re ready to book a GCSE Physics revision course, call us now on 0161 790 2635. We’ll be happy to discuss the options and find a course that fits your requirements.