Physics A Level Easter Revision Course – Online

Course Information

Course Description

Our online Physics A Level Easter crash courses take place over four days. Designed to prepare Year 13 students for their final exams, they include classes taught by experienced physics teachers with an in-depth knowledge of what it takes to secure a top grade.

During the course, students will recap on the key areas of A Level Physics, ensuring their knowledge and skills are up to par and that any gaps in their understanding are identified and filled in. Our teachers will also work with students on their exam technique, ensuring they have the ability to maximise their marks, whatever challenges their exam may pose.

In addition to online classes, students will receive further support with our high-quality revision materials. Professionally printed and bound, these tailor-made resources have been designed to make revision simple and digestible, both during and after the course.

Our Easter crash courses are a great way to take revision up a notch, giving students the knowledge, skills and confidence to succeed in their summer exams.

Suitable for:

  • Year 13 students
  • Students wanting to revise content
  • Students looking to improve exam technique
  • Year 12 students
  • Students working at a grade D or below

If you need help deciding if you will benefit from this course you can contact us. Alternatively, you may prefer to book 1-2-1 tuition instead.

Structure of the Day

Time 9:30am - 4:30pm

Classes are from 9.30am to 4.30pm. Registration starts from 9.15am.

There will be a 1 hour lunch break and a couple of 10 minute breaks in the morning and afternoon.

Day 1

Session 1
Introduction to Measurements and their Errors
Session 2
Particles & Radiation
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
Mechanics & Materials
Session 4
Electricity

Day 2

Session 1
Waves
Session 2
Further Mechanics & Thermal Physics I
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
Further Mechanics & Thermal Physics II
Session 4
Further Mechanics & Thermal Physics III
Session 5
Nuclear Physics I

Day 3

Session 1
Nuclear Physics II
Session 2
Nuclear Physics III
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
Fields and their Consequences I
Session 4
Optional Topic: Turning Points in Physics
Session 5
Optional Topic: Turning Points in Physics

Day 4

Session 1
Fields and their Consequences II
Session 2
Fields and their Consequences III
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
Q & A, Outstanding Topics
Session 4
Optional Topic: Astrophysics
Session 5
Optional Topic: Astrophysics

Day 1

Session 1
Introduction, 2. Units, Uncertainties & Vectors, 3.1 Motion
Session 2
3.2 Forces & Acceleration
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
3.3 Work & Energy
Session 4
3.4 Materials
Session 5
3.5 Newton’s Laws

Day 2

Session 1
4.4 Waves
Session 2
5.2 Centripetal Motion
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
5.3 Oscillations
Session 4
5.4 Gravitational Fields
Session 5
5.1 Thermal Physics

Day 3

Session 1
4.1-4.2 Charge, Current, Energy & Resistance
Session 2
4.3 Circuits
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
6.2 Electric Fields
Session 4
6.1 Capacitance
Session 5
4.5 Quantum Physics

Day 4

Session 1
6.3 Electromagnetism
Session 2
6.4 Nuclear & Particle Physics
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
5.5 Cosmology & Astrophysics
Session 4
6.5 Medical Imaging
Session 5
Q & A, Outstanding Topics

Day 1

Session 1
Topic 1: Working as a Physicist Topic 3: Electric Circuits I
Session 2
Topic 3: Electric Circuits II
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
Topic 7: Electric Fields
Session 4
Topic 7: Capacitance
Session 5
Topic 7: Magnetic Fields

Day 2

Session 1
Topic 5: Waves I
Session 2
Topic 5: Waves II
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
Topic 5: Particle Nature of Light
Session 4
Topic 9: Thermodynamics
Session 5
Topic 10: Space

Day 3

Session 1
Topic 2: Mechanics I
Session 2
Topic 2: Mechanics II
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
Topic 2: Mechanics III
Session 4
Topic 6: Further Mechanics
Session 5
Topic 12: Gravity

Day 4

Session 1
Topic 4: Materials
Session 2
Topic 13: Oscillations
12.30-13.30
LUNCH
Session 3
Topic 8: Nuclear Physics
Session 4
Topic 8: Particle Physics
Session 5
Topic 11: Nuclear Radiation

Our Tutors

Hand-picked for their exceptional academic credentials and engaging personalities, the teachers and tutors we work with are some of the most experienced and gifted in the country. While each one is as unique as our students, they all bring their infectious enthusiasm and innovative teaching style to class, ensuring every PMT lesson is fresh, challenging, and inspiring. 

Gavin R.

Gavin R.

A teacher and education consultant with six degrees, two more in progress, and a PhD in the works, Gavin is certainly no stranger to the world of academia. Today he teaches physics at one of the UK’s leading independent schools and is passionate about the subject, particularly when it comes to topics such as relativity and quantum physics.

Gavin also has a background in studying social and natural sciences, allowing him to bridge the gap between subjects and work in fields that accomplish this, such as space law and anthrozoology. When he’s not studying or using his diverse knowledge and experience to teach his students, Gavin works as a fully qualified lawyer.

David O.

David O.

David holds a BA (Moderatorship) in Natural Sciences from Trinity College Dublin and has an impressive 30 years of experience as a teacher and tutor. Specialising in physics, maths and computer science, he believes in the power of clear explanation when it comes to helping his students understand complicated concepts. He considers himself a lifelong learner – always updating his knowledge and skills, to the benefit of his students.

Outside of work, David is an avid experimentalist, applying the very skills he teaches to his own electronic projects – robotics in particular. He also has a fascination with blockchain technology: he’s involved in the Helium project, an open-source project to build The People’s Network, and he’s especially interested in the use of NFTs in play-to-earn gaming. He’s currently focused on learning Solidity, to program smart contracts for the Ethereum blockchain.

Afiya R.

Afiya R.

Afiya holds a BSc in Physics from the University of Sussex and a PGCE from the UCL Institute of Education. In addition to over 10 years of experience as a science teacher and tutor, she also works as a trainer for Google for Education and an examiner for various exam boards. If that wasn’t enough to keep her busy, she also produces content for revision courses and various science content creators.

Afiya believes in making physics accessible as a subject, adapting her engaging teaching style to the needs of each of her students. Her tech-enabled lessons focus on understanding key concepts, terminology, and exam technique – the ingredients for a top grade.

If you would like 1-2-1 tuition with Afiya you can find her profile on our tuition platform.

Tom H.

Tom H.

Tom has a BSc in Physics from the University of Bristol. After graduating, he returned to university to earn his PGCE, gaining experience teaching OCR A Level Physics and BTEC Applied Science at a further education college. Today, he teaches the subject to students aged 13 to 18.

In addition to teaching within a classroom environment, Tom tutors physics and maths at secondary level across different exam board specifications. He’s also responsible for creating PMT’s exam question video tutorials (for A Level Physics) and is currently authoring a book that coaches students through exam questions too.

Peter I.

Peter I.

Peter graduated from St John’s College, Oxford University, with two master’s degrees (including Computer Science), a BSc in Physics, and a PGCE in Secondary School Science. On top of that, he also has 20 years of experience working in programming and IT project management. Today Peter is an experienced A Level Physics and Computer Science teacher, working at a further education college and tutoring privately.

During his career, Peter has taught a wide range of students of all ability levels, many of whom have gone on to study at leading institutions. Whether he’s teaching physics or computer science, Peter believes taking a practical approach and doing is the best way for students to learn ­– particularly when it comes to problem-solving. He also has a ‘no stupid questions’ policy – given that ‘stupid questions’ have often led to some of the greatest scientific answers of our time.

If you would like 1-2-1 tuition with Peter you can find his profile on our tuition platform.

Niru S.

Niru S.

Niru is a highly qualified and experienced tutor specialising in Science GCSE and Physics A-level. With a background in Mechanical Engineering from University College London (UCL), he worked at several engineering and finance firms before transitioning to teaching. This real-world experience, along with his teaching qualification from King’s College London, allows him to deeply understand scientific principles and effectively explain challenging concepts.

His teaching experience encompasses prestigious independent, selective grammar, and comprehensive schools, where he has honed his ability to work successfully with students from a variety of backgrounds. For the past eleven years, Niru has achieved impressive results and has helped many students achieve their desired grades, drawing on his broad teaching experiences.

Niru’s passion for science and his first-hand experience in finance and engineering brings real-world examples to his lessons, making physics relatable and engaging.

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How do your online A Level Physics revision courses work?

Our online revision courses take place within Google Classroom, keeping everything organised in one convenient hub. From here, you’ll be able to access our bespoke course resources and join the live lessons which take place on Google Meet.

Students can interact with the teacher using their microphone or the chat feature.

All sessions are recorded. The lesson recordings are uploaded after each day, allowing you to watch them back for a recap whenever you like.

When will I receive the Google Classroom link for my online revision course?

You should receive your Google Classroom link via email the day before your course starts. Sometimes these emails go to the junk folder so check there before contacting us if you haven’t received it.

When will I receive my revision course handouts?

You will receive physical copies of the handouts 3-5 days before the start of your online course, as long as you book with us before the printing deadline. You can find the printing deadline in the course summary box on each booking page.

Please note: we can only send printed handouts to students in the UK. 

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