Email info@curriculum-press.co.uk Phone 01952 271 318

72. Why Students Lose Marks: AS Motion Questions

Description

This Physics Factsheet analyses students’ real answers to exam questions on motion in a straight line. By the end of this Factsheet, you should be more confident about:
• What the examiners want.
• The kinds of things you are likely to be asked.
• Common mistakes and misunderstandings.

Download Type

.PDF (pdf) 96.022 KB

Date Published

April 2004

ISSN / ISBN

ISSN: 1351-5136

Copyright Disclaimer

The materials published on this website are protected by the Copyright Act of 1988. No part of our online resources may be reproduced or reused for any commercial purpose, or transmitted, in any other form or by any other means, without the prior permission of Curriculum Press Ltd.

Categories & Tags

Similar Resources

A Level Physics

189. Essential Mathematical Techniques – Solving Algebraic Equations

The aim of this Physics Factsheet is to make you more familiar with equations and the theory behind...

A Level Physics

204. Splitting Up Voltage

This Physics Factsheet explains why we might want to control a voltage and how we do it.

A Level Physics

207. Nuclear Fusion and Fission

This Physics Factsheet outlines what occurs during the processes of nuclear fusion and fission.

A Level Physics

247. Investigation of the Charge and Discharge of Capacitors

This Physics Factsheet outlines the investigation of the charge and discharge capacitors.

A Level Physics

299. Practical: Investigation of Force and Change of Momentum

At higher levels of study great importance is placed on practical ability. Practical competence may...

A Level Physics

163. Nuclear Instability, Fission and Fusion

This Physics Factsheet outlines the role of the nuclear atom, the stability of the nuclei and...

A Level Physics

31. First Law of Thermodynamics

This Physics Factsheet is about the first law of thermodynamics, which is concerned with how energy...

A Level Physics

34. The Gas Laws

This Physics Factsheet explains: • How Boyle’s Law is arrived at experimentally. • How Charles’...

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
Not Subscribed

Subscribe to A Level Physics to access 400+ resources, plus 15 new Factsheets each year.

Subscribe
Add to Wishlist
Preview
72 Why Students Lose Marks Motion

Similar Resources

A Level Physics

159. Non Ionising Medical Imaging: MRI, PET, Ultrasound and Thermography

This Physics Factsheet explains:• The difference between ultrasound scans and x-rays.• The two...

A Level Physics

278. Combinational and Sequential Logic: Logic and Logic Gates

This Physics Factsheet includes: • Symbols for gates. • Practical circuits. • Information on...

A Level Physics

113. Electrical Aspects of Domestic Wind Energy Production

This Physics Factsheet highlights what electrical aspects are necessary in the creation of wind...

A Level Physics

309. Key Preparation for A Level Physics: Work, Energy and Power

When beginning to study at a higher level, it is important to have a really firm understanding of...

A Level Physics

60. Stars: Luminosity and Surface Temperature

This Physics Factsheet explains the nature of blackbody radiation and how it relates to the surface...

A Level Physics

204. Splitting Up Voltage

This Physics Factsheet explains why we might want to control a voltage and how we do it.

A Level Physics

9. Momentum

This Physics Factsheet contains:• The definition of linear momentum.• The relationship between...

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8

Find exactly what you’re looking for.

Popular Searches