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GCSE Physics Ninja is a better way to learn and revise GCSE Physics using fun guided Question & Answer flashcards and bitesize video tutorials.

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How it worksFind out how the Ninja 'Active Revision' Flashcards work for both students and teachers, and the best way to use them to revise GCSE physics.

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Get StartedGet started by setting up your GCSEPhysicsNinja.com Membership and get instant access to your revision course flashcards and video tutorials.

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LoginLogin and start revising for your GCSE Physics course. GCSE Physics Ninja covers AQA P1 (Science A), AQA P2 (Additional Science), AQA P3 (Further Additional Science) and Cambridge IGCSE Core.

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Revise Physics GCSE the Smarter Way - How it Works

Olly Wedgwood

Olly Wedgwood - founder of GCSEPhysicsNinja.com, Cambridge Engineering graduate and GCSE/A-Level physics tutor since 2001.

Welcome to GCSEPhysicsNinja.com, a school support and home-study GCSE physics revision course designed to maximise your recall, build confidence and boost achievement in your science GCSE examinations.

When students have the correct teaching, feel they are supported and are willing to put the work in, then they can achieve great success in their studies.

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For many years we have been helping students boost their Physics and Science grades beyond what they thought possible using an 'Active Revision' Question & Answer Flashcard method. This approach is proven to be significantly more effective than traditional revision techniques.

Watch the video below to learn more.


Exam Courses

GCSEPhysicsNinja.com revision courses cover the exam specifications shown below:

AQA

  • 'Core' Science A (P1)  Click here for more details

    AQA GCSE Science A (4405) / GCSE Physics (4403)

    Unit P1 ('Core')


    - P1.1 Transfer of heat energy
    - P1.2 Energy and efficiency
    - P1.3 The usefulness of electrical appliances
    - P1.4 Methods we use to generate electricity
    - P1.5 The use of waves for communication and to provide evidence that the universe is expanding

    Click here to visit the P1 course page
    - 72 AQA P1 flashcards
    - 72 video tutorials
    - Revision planners
  • Additional Science (P2)  Click here for more details

    AQA GCSE Additional Science (4408) / Physics (4403)

    Unit P2


    - P2.1 Forces and their effects
    - P2.2 The kinetic energy of objects speeding up or slowing down
    - P2.3 Currents in electrical circuits
    - P2.4 Using mains electricity safely and the power of electrical appliances
    - P2.5 What happens when radioactive substances decay, and the uses and dangers of their emissions
    - P2.6 Nuclear fission and nuclear fusion

    Click here to visit the P2 course page
    - 114 AQA P2 flashcards
    - 114 video tutorials
    - Revision planners
  • Further Additional Science (P3) Click here for more details

    AQA GCSE Further Additional Science (4410) / GCSE Physics (4403)

    Unit P3


    - P3.1 Medical applications of physics (x-rays, ultrasound, lenses, the eye)
    - P3.2 Using physics to make things work (moments, centre of mass, hydraulics, circular motion)
    - P3.3 Keeping things moving (the motor effect, transformers)

    Click here to visit the P3 course page
    - 79 AQA P3 flashcards
    - 79 video tutorials
    - Revision planners

CIE

  • Cambridge International GCSE Core (CIE IGCSE) Click here for more details

    Cambridge IGCSE Physics (0625)

    Core 2015 Syllabus


    - 1. General Physics
    - 2. Thermal Physics
    - 3. Properties of waves, including light and sound
    - 4. Electricity and magnetism
    - 5. Atomic Physics
    Click here to visit the CIE IGCSE course page
    - 157 CIE IGCSE Core flashcards
    - 157 video tutorials
    - Revision planners

Cambridge IGCSE Extended Curriculum (Supplementary) coming soon!

 

Boost Your Recall with a Guided Revision Programme

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Each GCSE physics revision course delivers a flexible programme of guided study that is designed to boost recall and understanding.

It can also support the student alongside their school studies throughout the year.

Using the printable Progress Planners, the student can follow a structured revision course. A typical three month course requires about 15 minutes of study each day, with one day off per week.

 

Active GCSE Physics Revision!

Here is what Membership of GCSEPhysicsNinja.com gives you:

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'Active Revision' Revision Flashcards
You'll get instant online access to flashcard questions that reflect exactly what is required by your GCSE examination board. Each question contains an essential 'bitesize' chunk of your GCSE syllabus.

You can either write the question onto the front of an index card (and the answer on the back), or you may prefer to purchase the professionally printed GCSE Physics Ninja Flashcard Revision booklet for your course to save yourself time and effort.

Log in to GCSEPhysicsNinja.com and follow the simple 4-step revision process to complete each flashcard and test yourself on previous questions (this is the key to boosting your recall).

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The GCSEPhysicsNinja.com Video Tutorial Library.
Membership gives you access to our library of over 300+ short bitesize video tutorials so you can check your flashcard answers and gain a deeper understanding of the physics. These videos are like your own virtual classroom.

Remember to write the answer on the back of each flashcard.

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The GCSE Physics Revision Progress Planners (Printable Download)
Keep track of your revision as you progress through the course with this at-a-glance planner. Put it up on your wall and tick off the flashcards one by one.

This is a great way to keep your motivation levels high and check that you are on target to finish the course - ideally a couple of weeks before your physics exam. Download your planner from your physics course page.

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