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GCSE Physics for You Kerboodle Book

A textbook to help you with any GCSE Physics course

Author Keith Johnson

Suitable for:  14-16

Price:  £180.00 +VAT /year
Subscription period: 1 year

ISBN: 978-0-19-837572-2
Publication date: 01/12/2016
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Description

Covering all GCSE specifications, this tried and tested series has been fully updated to match the (9-1) GCSE Physics specifications for 2016, as well as international specifications. With a focus on science, concepts develop naturally, engaging students and enabling them to get a thorough understanding of Physics.


Features

  • Online access to the textbook so students can access from home on a range of devices and tablets
  • Topics are laid out as double-page spreads in full colour with helpful diagrams and clear text to make it easy for you to understand Physics and gain success
  • Key points are clearly highlighted with useful end-of-chapter Summaries, and a friendly reading level throughout
  • There are a large number of Questions and Worked Examples to help you throughout the course, so you can practise and gain confidence to do better in your exams. There are 8 sections of past exam questions
  • Answers to Questions with many Help Sheets and Extension sheets and Revision support, plus a mapping grid for each specification and can be found on-line.
  • 'Physics at Work' pages enrich your understanding of many applications and uses of Physics in the real world
  • Additional sections give you help on: working scientifically, Maths skills, practical skills, careers using Physics, study skills, revision and exam technique
  • The use of this product is subject to the Kerboodle terms and conditions

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