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Physics AS & A Level at St Anne's Catholic School

Course description

Students will enhance their ability to communicate effectively, to research and think critically about problems. The ability to use mathematics in problem solving and in data analysis is essential at this level. Students will explore a wide range of topics, which are of great importance in today’s world, from radioactivity to electricity. Theoretical studies will be complemented by practical assignments and research.

Course content

Students will build on the knowledge, understanding and process skills developed in GCSE.

Entry requirements

Grade B and above in core and additional sciences GSCE required or at least a grade B in Physics GCSE. Additionally due to the high mathematics demand a grade B in mathematics GSCE is also required.

Future opportunities

Physics leads on to a wide range of courses in subjects that include sciences, medicine, mathematics, engineering and veterinary science.

Employment opportunities include engineering, radiography, biotechnology and accountancy. NB: Mathematics at A level is required to study Physics at University.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact St Anne's Catholic School directly.

Last updated date: 23 September 2016

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