Cambridge IGCSE (Core Syllabus)

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Welcome to the GCSE Physics Ninja Cambridge IGCSE Physics (0625) Core revision course.

The following flashcards and video tutorials cover all topics in the Cambridge IGCSE Core 2016 syllabus for examination in 2016, 2017 and 2018. This Ninja course also covers the new UK 1-9 IGCSE Physics syllabus.

These flashcards cover the physics you'll need to know for Paper 1 (multiple choice) and Paper 3 (written answers).

For best results, follow the 4-step ninja revision process.

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Core Flashcards Book 1Core Flashcards Book 2
General PhysicsWaves
1. Measurement Units and Quantities81. Two Types of Waves
2. Power of Ten Notation82. Mechanical Waves
3. Measuring Short Time Intervals83. Naming Parts of Waves
4. Measuring Length, Volume and Time84. Waves per Second, Amplitude and Wavelength
5. Average Speed Equation85. Behaviour of Water Waves
6. Average Speed Calculation86. Diffraction of Waves
7. Gradient of a Distance Time Graph87. Ray Diagram of Reflection
8. Motion in a Distance Time Graph88. Plane Mirror Ray Diagram
9. Gradient of a Velocity Time Graph89. Properties of an Image in a Plane Mirror
10. Skydiver Velocity Time Graph90. Waves Across a Boundary
11. Distance Travelled91. Water Waves in Shallow and Deep Water
12. Distance Travelled Calculation92. Total Internal Reflection
13. Freefall Acceleration93. Converging Lens Ray Diagram
14. Mass vs. Weight94. The Image Formed by Rays of Light
15. Weight Equation95. A Converging Lens Real Image
16. Weight Calculation96. Nature of Images in Lenses
17. Density Calculation97. White Light Moving Through a Prism
18. Gold Nugget Density Calculation98. The Electromagnetic Spectrum
19. Density of Lead vs. Mercury99. Regions of the Electromagnetic Spectrum
20. Three Effects of Forces100. Uses of Electromagnetic Waves
21. Extenson vs Force Experiment101. The Safety Issues of Microwaves and X-Rays
22. Extenson vs Force Graphs102. Sound Waves
23. Newton's 1st Law103. Pitch, Loudness and Echoes
24. Resultant Force on a Scooter104. The Speed of Sound
25. Resultant Force Calculations105. Speed of Sound Calculation
26. Friction106. Range of Audible Frequencies
27. The Turning Effect of a Force107. Medical Uses of Sound
28. Moment EquationElectricity & Magnetism
29. Moment Calculation108. Properties of Magnets 1
30. A Balancing Beam109. Properties of Magnets 2
31. Principle of Moments Calculation110. Magnets Near Materials
32. Two Conditions Needed for Equilibrium111. Materials Containing Iron
33. Centre of Mass112. Magnetic Properties of Iron vs. Steel
34. Finding the Centre of Mass113. Types of Magnetic Materials And Their Uses
35. The Stability of Objects114. Magnetising and Demagnetising
36. Self-Righting Toy115. Magnetic Field Pattern Experiment
37. Nine Forms of Energy116. Static Electricity in Insulators
38. Sankey Diagram and Energy Transfers117. Like and Unlike Charges
39. Sun-Earth Energy Transfers118. Producing and Detecting Electrical Charges
40. Work Done119. Electrical Current
41. Energy Changes and Transfers120. A Cell's Voltage
42. Forces and Energy Transformations121. Potential Difference
43. Energy Efficiency of an Electrical Appliance122. Electrical Resistance Equation
44. Energy Transfers in Machines123. Resistance Calculation
45. Power and Energy124. Changing Voltage or Resistance in a Circuit
46. Renewable Energy Sources125. Potential Difference vs Current
47. Energy Sources for Power Stations126. Resistance of a Lamp Experiment
48. Methods of Generating Electricity127. Resistance vs Wire Diameter and Length
49. Electricity From The Sun128. Electrical Components (Part 1)
50. Solar Panels for Heating129. Electrical Components (Part 2)
51. Electricity From Volcanic Areas130. Components Connected in Series
52. Pros and Cons of Energy Resources131. Components Connected in Parallel
53. Pressure132. Combined Resistances in Series
54. Pressure Equation133. Combined Resistances in Parallel
55. Pressure Calculation134. Lamps in a Parallel Circuit
56. The Barometer and Atmospheric Pressure135. Advantage of Connecting Lamps in Parallel
57. Pressure vs Depth in a Liquid136. The Variable Potential Divider
58. Liquid in a U-Tube137. The Thermistor
Thermal Physics138. LDR and Resistance
59. States of Matter139. Relays
60. Temperature and Particles140. Hazards of Electricity
61. Gas in a Container141. Electrical Faults
62. Brownian Motion142. Circuit Protected by a Fuse
63. Evaporation and Particles143. Changing Magnetic Fields
64. Compressing a Gas at a Constant Temperature144. Electromagnetic Induction
65. Heating Solids, Liquids and Gases145. How to Increase an Induced EMF
66. Thermal Expansion146. Current and Direction
67. Heating Gas at a Constant Pressure147. Transformers
68. Temperature and Physical Properties148. Transformer Equation
69. The 'Liquid-in-Glass' Thermometer149. Transformer Calculation
70. Thermometers and Temperature150. Transformers and the National Grid
71. Thermal Capacity of a Material151. Magnetic Field Lines and Current
72. Melting and Boiling152. A Simple Electromagnet
73. Melting Ice: Heating Graph153. Effect of Electrical Currents
74. Changing State154. Effect of a Current in a Magnetic Field
75. Heat Conductivity Experiments155. Coil in a Magnetic Field
76. Heating FluidsAtomic Physics
77. Heat Energy Travels Through Space156. Particles in an Atom
78. Surface Colour and Texture Matters157. Atoms and Charges
79. Heat Energy Transfer Uses and Examples158. Protons and Neutrons
80. The Thermos Flask159. Different Atoms of the Same Element
160. Types of Atoms
161. Unstable Nuclei and Radiation
162. Types of Nuclear Radiation
163. Nuclear Radiation Apparatus
164. Nuclear Radiation Detection
165. Properties of Nuclear Radiation
166. Radioactive Half Life
167. Half Life Calculation
168. Effect of Radiation on Matter
169. Radiation Safety
Cambridge IGCSE (Core Syllabus) was last modified: February 3rd, 2017 by Olly Wedgwood