Physics AS/A-Level at The Appleton School
Physics is a curiosity-driven science that asks fundamental questions about what we find in the universe, and seeks to answer these questions by observing and experimenting. This experimenting has led to huge technological advances that continue to radically change our lives – mobile phones, 3D medical scanning, the internet...
Particle physics (what is in a atom) quantum phenomena, electricity, mechanics, properties of solids and properties of waves.
Nuclear physics, thermal physics and further mechanics fields and an option from: Astrophysics, Medical physics, Engineering physics, Turning points in physics, Electronics.
AS: Two written papers each of one and a half hours including long and short answer questions, multiple choice and practical skills questions.
A2: Three written papers each of two hours including long and short answer questions, multiple choice and practical skills questions.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Appleton School directly.