This IGCSE Physics course is the ideal online learning course for those with an interest in science who want to pursue physics at A-Level. You will cover fascinating subjects like forces and motion, electricity, waves, magnetism and electromagnetism and solids, liquids and gases.
All our course features:
Expert tuition by a fully qualified teacher.
The course has been written for us by our tutor who has based the materials on the best practices available in teaching and learning. Included in your one year access to the online course are:
- Interactive, online lessons.
- Embedded videos
- Integrated assessments giving immediate feedback
- Tutor Marked Assessments based on past papers
- Discussion forums
- Tutor messaging/ help system
- Progress monitor
Who is this course for?
This course is for anyone wishing to gain a GCSE in Physics and is suitable both for returning learners and those engaging with Physics for the first time.
The course has been created to help students overcome any fears they may have about science and any lack of self confidence. In fact, the course creates success by focusing on increasing the confidence of learners.
Please note, you will need to arrange your own exams with an exam centre.
The exam centre will charge a fee; this should be in the range of £80 - 120, depending on the exam centre.
Most schools and colleges are happy to take private candidates for the exams.
Questions and answers
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Hello I am a military person.I want to learn from online .Should I need to attend any class in the local institute or college.
Hi No. The only time you will need to go anywhere is to sit the two paper. So that will take up to two days. If you are abroqad then this can usually be organised by the British Council in that country. Absorb Online Learning TeamThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
hi, i am sim and i want to retake my gcse and my question is how long this course last and when is the exam and where?
Hi Simm, The course is 120 hours so if you do 10 hours per week it will take you 12 weeks. The exams are twice a year in May/June or January. You sit the exams in a school or college near you as a private candidate. There are also places that work specifically with private candidates. Absorb Online Learning TeamThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Russell Erskine asked:
If I start GCSE physics Levels1/2 mid September and work diligently, no previous knowledge of the subject, can I expect to sit exam May/June?
Hi Russell Yes. In fact you could sit the exam in January. Like all GCSEs it is 120 hours of study to get an A (or a 9). If you studied the course 10 hours per week then you would be ready to sit, and pass well, in 12 weeks. We had one student who completed GCSE maths in 6 weeks and got an A! absorbonlinelearning teamThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
When are the exams for this course?
Hi For the old style exams it is in January - the last time they can be taken. For the new exams it is in May/June. absorbonlinelearning teamThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
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