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Your preparation for the A-level Physics exams should include:
  • Do all the past paper exam questions at least once. For the new linear format this should include any unit tests and sample assessment material
  • Do all the legacy past paper exam questions at least once. They are highly relevant for the new linear format!
  • Do all specimen papers
There will invariably be questions you will find difficult or just questions you'll want to check the answer to. If so, post a message on this page with the year (if applicable) & question number or link and we'll create a discussion thread on that particular question below. We will post more difficult questions below for students to practise on which are useful for revision. You can ask as many questions as you wish: there's no cost and you don't have to book a course to participate. You can post anonymously and don't have to enter your real name and e-mail address if you don't want to. It's totally free. To see how this works, see our Oxford PAT Solutions page.

Revision Courses

Book A-level Maths, Further Maths, A-level Physics & Oxford PAT Courses at the London School of Economics, London or Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX & Online