Advanced Level practical work for physics

The new A level specifications place extra emphasis on practical work,and in particular the skills assessed in both coursework and the externally set practical test.

'Advanced level practical work for physics' covers each of the four main skill areas, devising and planning experimental activities; demonstrating practical results; observing measuring and recording; and interpreting explaining and evaluating results.

Worked examples and simple questions are provided for each topic, and key points, definitions and equations are highlighted. All in all this will be a vital companion for students working towards the practical element of the overall award.

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Author(s)Chris Mee, Mike Crundell
Shelf reference530 MEE
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