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Physics AS and A Level at Newman Catholic School

Course description

These courses extend the study of Physics beyond GCSE introducing new ideas and concepts and also developing existing skills and abilities. The key principles of Physics are explored and related to effects and observations in the every day world. New areas of study give students a taste of some of the courses available at Further Education Institutions. The course should help develop logical thinking, independent study skills problem solving and the ability to express ideas clearly and well as stimulating a life long interest in to ‘why the world works the way it does’. 

Entry requirements

Course requirements:

Grade B in GCSE additional Science or distinction in BTEC Science. Minimum grade C in English and Mathematics. Students must also be studying A level Mathematics

Future opportunities

This course can lead on to Degree Courses in Physics, all branches of Engineering, Architecture, Materials Science, Computing, Astronomy, Astrophysics, particle Physics, Health Physics and many other branches of science. A good pass in Physics is valued by a wide variety of bodies as evidence of a student of high calibre. 

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Newman Catholic School directly.

Last updated date: 29 September 2016
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