FREE interactive teaching video: GCSE Physics, Properties of Waves

Hi everyone,

This is a teaching video reviewing the general concept of a “wave” in physics, and the general characteristics of waves. 

This is one of the many teaching videos in my interactive online course for GCSE physics students.

In this lesson we’ll also be looking briefly at various examples of longitudinal and transverse waves which will be covered in more depth in later lessons of this topic.

I hope you find this useful for your studies and revision!

Best wishes,

M. Ahmed 

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FREE Interactive Revision Video! Quantitative Chemistry (GCSE Chemistry)

Hi everyone,

Here is another interactive replay video to help you revise for GCSE science exams. 

Use the bookmarks to skip to points in the video when I cover specific ideas.

The small dots on the video timeline are where the video will pause and an interactive  question will pop up for you to answer which will test your understanding and recall. 

Please watch this space for more such videos, and if you’re interested in taking part in the upcoming webinars please book tickets by logging in and selecting the webinars from our calendar.

I hope you find them useful, and good luck with your exams!

Best wishes,

M. Ahmed 

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FREE Interactive Revision Video! Atomic Structure & Nuclear Physics (GCSE Physics)

Hi everyone,

Here is another interactive replay video to help you revise for GCSE science exams. 

Use the bookmarks to skip to points in the video when I cover specific ideas.

The small dots on the video timeline are where the video will pause and an interactive  question will pop up for you to answer which will test your understanding and recall. 

Please watch this space for more such videos, and if you’re interested in taking part in the upcoming webinars please book tickets by logging in and selecting the webinars from our calendar.

I hope you find them useful, and good luck with your exams!

Best wishes,

M. Ahmed 

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