GCSE Physics Ninja - Smarter GCSE Physics Learning

GCSE Physics Revision – Improve Your Grade

Revise Physics GCSE the Smarter Way…

Olly Wedgwood

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

I’m Olly Wedgwood – Cambridge Engineering graduate and GCSE/A-Level physics tutor since 2001.

I believe that if 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.

For many years I 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.

I have now ‘packaged’ this tutoring system into a FREE guided revision course so that others can also reach their full potential in physics GCSE.


Exam Courses

To date, the GCSEPhysicsNinja.com revision courses cover the first two units of AQA Triple Science GCSE (click to access your course). Each course is FREE to access, with no membership required:

  • ‘Core’ Science (P1)  Click here for more details

    AQA Science

    Unit P1 ('Core' Science A)


    - 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 Active Revision Flashcards
    - 72 Flashcard video tutorials
    - Revision Course Planner (printable download)
    - 'Ask Olly' Tutor Support
  • Additional Science (P2)  Click here for more details

    AQA Science

    Unit P2 (Additional Science A)


    - 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
    - 113 Active Revision Flashcards
    - 113 Flashcard video tutorials
    - Revision Course Planner (printable download)
    - 'Ask Olly' Tutor Support

Courses for AQA Further Additional Science (P3) and Cambridge iGCSE are 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 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. The same revision course taken over a shorter one month period typically requires a more intensive 45 minutes of study each day (one day off per week).

 

GCSE Physics Revision – For FREE!

Here is what you get at GCSEPhysicsNinja.com:

‘Active Revision’ Flashcards
FlashcardsSelect your course then click on a lesson. You will see the flashcard question which you can copy onto your own index cards – alternatively, you might like to purchase the professionally printed GCSE Physics Ninja Active Revision workbook for your course.

These flashcards are the key to boosting your physics knowledge and recall. Each card contains an essential ‘bitesize’ chunk of your GCSE course with a question on the front and an answer on the back. A simple 4-step revision process will guide your revision to complete each flashcard answer page and review previous questions. These flashcards reflect exactly what is required by the student’s particular examination board.

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The GCSEPhysicsNinja.com Video Tutorial Library.
This is your virtual classroom onn each flashcard lesson page. I have ‘bottled’ my 12+ years of physics teaching experience into a library of bitesize 2-4 minute video tutorials so you can check your flashcard answer. There are hundreds video tutorials here covering everything you need to know for your physics exam.

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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. Stick it up on your wall and tick off the course lessons one by one. You have the option of studying your course for an intensive 4-6 weeks, a less intensive 3-4 months or as a ‘school support’ revision course for 6-9 months. 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 above.

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Ask a Question – Tutor Support
website-membershipStuck on a physics problem? Ask me a question directly by leaving a comment on the relevant flashcard page (please allow 24 hours for a reply). This question and answer discussion forum for each course topic provides a valuable learning resource in itself (all comments are moderated).

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GCSE Physics – Smarter Revision

With GCSE Physics Ninja you have many of the benefits of private 1-to-1 tutoring at your fingertips! Use your Revision Planner to help you stay on track and remember that revising ‘little and often’ is much better than revising ‘a lot but a little’!

My aim is to improve GCSE your physics exam grade. Unfortunately, my one-to-one tuition timetable is often completely booked up and so I often have to turn students away… Now, with GCSEPhysicsNinja.com I am proud to offer a guided self-study revision course to give more students the opportunity to improve their physics GCSE grade.

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Boost Your GCSE Grade!

Please let me know if you have any questions by emailing me or leaving a comment on the FAQs page and I will get right back to you.

Wishing you the best of success in becoming a GCSE Physics Ninja!

GCSE Physics Ninja

P.S This course is based on question and answer ‘Flashcards’. Save yourself time and effort by ordering your own flashcard workbook!

 

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  • Katie says:

    Hi olly,
    I’m very impressed by the website and I’ve been working with the flashcards. Just wanted to let you know that I can already feel a difference, like all the information is starting to stick and thank you for that.
    Katie

    March 17, 2014 at 8:54 pm
    • Olly Wedgwood says:

      Really glad that it’s starting to ‘click’ and good on you for keeping going. It’s amazing what you can achieve just by doing a little every day :)
      Thanks again for the feedback and all the best with your studies. It would be great to hear how it goes – do drop us a line!

      March 18, 2014 at 11:44 am
  • aarti sood says:

    hi olly
    i really need help for my daughter, she is going to be in year 10 not too long before her gcse but she doesnt know anything. i am sure the way she is going she is going to fail. so i decided to help her with physics with your help. i hired tutor but they just come for an hour teach her not even bothered to know that how she is doing, so i need your help and giudence, pls tell me how can i help her to pass atleast physics. what kind of membership i need, not only for revision but i need notes on topics so that i read them first and then explain to her. i will wait for your reply. pls do help me.
    regards
    aarti sood

    July 8, 2014 at 10:39 am
    • Olly Wedgwood says:

      Dear Aarti,
      Thanks for getting in touch!
      Sorry to hear that your daughter is struggling with her subjects – GCSEs can be quite daunting for many students… However, the GCSE Physics Ninja course should certainly help her with Physics – as long as she is willing to work at it a ‘little and often’. It’s great that you are willing to work with her, and as she is only just about to go into year 10, at least she has a fair amount of time to prepare.
      I have just emailed you with some ideas and suggestions – I look forward to hearing from you!
      Thanks,
      Olly

      July 8, 2014 at 8:04 pm
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