FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

I am a physics teacher - can I use GCSEPhysicsNinja.com in my lessons?

Yes! You are welcome to display the flashcards and video tutorials from GCSEPhysicsNinja.com in your physics lessons using an overhead projector.

If you would like to use printable handouts of the flashcards, then we offer school licensed versions of the flashcards for each course so teachers can copy, distribute and use the flashcards in the classroom.

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Help! I've forgotten my login details

If you've forgotton your password, you can reset it from the Login page's "Lost your password?" link (this appears after you've tried and failed to log in).

Alternatively, please contact me and I'll resend your username and a new password which you can then change if you want (by clicking My Account).

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How do I make the flashcards?

Either make your own (using some blank index cards), or even easier, purchase the printable flashcards for your course which will save you time and effort.

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Are your physics flashcards and tutorial videos free?

The videos are free to use and enjoy. However, to help keep this website up and running, the printable flashcards for each course are available for a small cost.

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Do you offer a licence for schools?

Yes! We offer a school licence for copying GCSE Physics Ninja printable flashcards. Please checkout the shop!

 

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Got another question? Please get in contact!

FAQs was last modified: September 18th, 2017 by Olly Wedgwood

8 thoughts on “FAQs

  1. Katie

    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

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    1. Olly Wedgwood Post author

      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!

      Reply
  2. aarti sood

    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

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    1. Olly Wedgwood Post author

      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

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    1. Olly Wedgwood Post author

      Hi Tabitha,
      I’m working on a similar chemistry GCSE website (GCSEChemistryNinja.com), but it won’t be available for a year or two!

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  3. Abigail Peel

    Hi,
    I was wondering if you could help me. I have recently broken my wrist and i can’t write. So i was seeing if you could give me any advice and ways how to revise without having to revise.

    Thankyou.

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    1. Olly Wedgwood Post author

      Hi Abigail,
      Thanks for your question. Yikes – that sounds really painful and hard on your revision and exams… The key thing is to keep your revision ‘active’. What I mean by this is to keep trying questions from your textbook, exam papers, or GCSE Physics Ninja flashcards. As it’s obviously not possible for you to write the answers, perhaps you could ask a friend or family member to check your answers as you speak them. I’m guessing that you will have a ‘scribe’ for the exam, so this aural approach will also be good practice for the real thing.
      I hope that helps? I know what it’s like to break a wrist (in my case both several years back) and it certainly makes life challenging!
      Best wishes,
      Olly

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