How to Pass Advanced Higher Physics

How to Pass Advanced Higher Physics

Paul Chambers, Mark Ramsay

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Exam board: SQA
Level: Advanced Higher
Subject: Physics
First teaching: August 2019
First exam: Summer 2021

Trust Scotland's most popular revision guides to deliver the results you want. The How to Pass series is chosen by students, parents and teachers again and again.

This is the only study book that addresses the skills for Advanced Higher Physics, as well as the knowledge.

> Recap and remember course content. Concise summaries and diagrams cover the important points for each topic in the latest specification.

> Test your skills and knowledge. Regular examples with worked solutions help you to see if a topic is secure before you move on. This style of active revision is much more effective than simply reading.

> Practise exam-style questions. Formal questions with mark allocations are provided at the end of each topic, reflecting the types of questions you will face in the exam.

> Get expert tips for exam success. Hints on how to achieve top marks and avoid mistakes are based on feedback in the examiners' Course Reports, giving you insight into the marking process.

> Teach yourself with confidence. Independent study has never been easier with clear explanations, definitions of technical terms and answers to all questions at the back of the book.

> Plan and manage your revision. Checklists for each topic enable you to benchmark your progress against the assessment standards and make sure you're on track to get the grades you need


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Paul Chambers:
Paul Chambers is Senior Lecturer in Science Education at the University of Strathclyde, leading the Physics PGDE programme. The author of over 20 books for schools, Paul has also taught in various schools in Glasgow and delivered teacher education globally.|||Paul Chambers is Senior Lecturer in Science Education at the University of Strathclyde, leading the Physics PGDE programme. The author of over 20 books for schools, Paul has also taught in various schools in Glasgow and delivered teacher education globally.

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