Sec 4 / O level Physics Full Year Course
- Delve into the captivating world of physics to set fundamentals strong.
- Covers the whole MOE Sec 4/ Olevel Physics Syllabus.
- Sync with School Curriculum.
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of key topics to excel in your Physics.
- Interactive live classes that cover the entire syllabus enabling students to master essential concepts such as physical quantities, motion analysis, forces, energy transformations, and more.
- Explanation with interesting images, videos, and sample answers
- Discuss with experienced teachers to guide you in brainstorming key points.
- The course focuses on challenging concepts and techniques to answer open-ended questions.
- Ample similar practice questions to gain confidence and clarity.
- More focus on scoring areas, difficult concepts.
Who is this Course for?
- This course is for students who want to get deep insights into Sec-4/ Olevel Physics.
- For students who need guidance in understanding concepts, keywords, and framing compulsive answers to the questions.
- For students aiming for a perfect score and excel in their physics examinations.
What you will Learn?
- Apply SI units and measurement techniques to analyze physical quantities.
- Analyze motion using speed, velocity, and acceleration concepts.
- Understand different types of forces and their effects on objects.
- Comprehend the laws of motion and their applications.
- Investigate the turning effects of forces and equilibrium conditions.
- Explore various energy forms, work, and power.
- Understand the behavior of matter using the kinetic particle model.
- Study thermal processes, wave properties, and the electromagnetic spectrum.
- Analyze light phenomena, electric charge, current, and circuits.
- Examine practical electricity, magnetism, and electromagnetism.
- Master the foundations of physics and build a strong conceptual framework.
- Enhance problem-solving skills through real-life applications and examples.
- Develop critical thinking abilities and scientific inquiry techniques.
- Gain confidence in tackling complex physics topics and examination questions.
- Prepare effectively for physics assessments and excel in examinations.
Why Learn from doerdo Tuition Course?
Experienced Teachers: Benefit from the expertise of our highly skilled ex-MOE teachers.
Comprehensive Student Performance Insights: Parents can track their child’s progress and identify areas for improvement.
After-Class Support: Receive personalized assistance and guidance from teachers to clarify doubts and reinforce learning.
AI-Based Tests and Homework: Engage in interactive assessments and AI-powered homework assignments for effective practice and reinforcement.
|Physical Quantities, Units and Measurements – This topic covers physical quantities, SI units, measurement techniques, and the difference between scalars and vectors. An example could be measuring the length of an object using a ruler and expressing it in centimeters.
|Kinematics – Kinematics deals with the study of motion, including speed, velocity, acceleration, and graphical analysis of motion. An example could be analyzing the motion of a car by plotting its distance-time graph.
|Force and Pressure – This topic explores different types of forces, such as gravitational, frictional, and electromagnetic forces. It also covers concepts of mass, weight, density, and pressure. An example could be calculating the pressure exerted by a book resting on a table.
|Dynamics – Dynamics focuses on Newton’s laws of motion and the effects of resistive forces on motion. An example could be explaining the motion of a ball thrown into the air, considering air resistance as a resistive force.
|Turning Effects of Forces – This topic discusses moments, equilibrium, and the concept of the center of gravity. An example could be explaining how a seesaw reaches equilibrium when two people of different weights sit on it.
|Energy – Energy covers different energy stores, energy transfers, work, and power. An example could be calculating the work done by a person lifting a box to a certain height.
|Kinetic Particle Model of Matter – This topic explores states of matter, the kinetic particle model, and internal energy. An example could be explaining the change in state of water from solid to liquid and the particle behavior during the process.
|Thermal Processes – Thermal processes include topics like thermal equilibrium, conduction, convection, and radiation. An example could be explaining how heat is transferred through conduction in a metal rod.
|General Wave Properties – This topic focuses on wave motion, wave properties, and the properties of sound waves. An example could be discussing the characteristics of a transverse wave, such as wavelength and amplitude.
|Electromagnetic Spectrum – This topic covers the properties and applications of electromagnetic waves, as well as their effects on cells and tissue. An example could be explaining how different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum are used in communication systems.
|Light – Light explores topics such as reflection, refraction, and the behavior of light in thin converging lenses. An example could be explaining how light is refracted when it passes from air to glass.
|Electric Charge and Current of Electricity – This topic covers electric charge, conventional current, electron flow, electromotive force, potential difference, and resistance. An example could be discussing how electric charges flow in a simple circuit.
|D.C. Circuits – D.C. circuits involve circuit diagrams and the understanding of series and parallel circuits. An example could be analyzing the current flow and voltage distribution in a series circuit.
|Practical Electricity – Practical electricity covers electrical working, power, energy, safety measures, and the safe use of electricity in homes. An example could be explaining how to calculate the electrical power consumed by various appliances.
|Magnetism and Electromagnetism – This topic explores the laws of magnetism, magnetic properties of matter, the magnetic field, the magnetic effect of a current, and the force on a current-carrying conductor. An example could be demonstrating the magnetic field around a current-carrying wire using a compass.