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Physics SL/HL

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7 Max. Students
NY: 08:00-11:30, UK: 13:00-16:30, Dubai: 16:00-19:30 (3.5 Hours a day)

Join our expert tutor, Mehmet, as he provides you with IB Physics SL/HL. Over five days, he will help you deconstruct IB-style questions, identify essential concepts and utilize key terms to score big in your exams. Don't worry if you are studying Standard or Higher Level; he will treat both content levels separately on different days.

See our detailed curriculum breakdown to see what Mehmet is covering each day; you can choose to study the topics you need per Standard/Higher levels or Higher level only days or the whole course! Sign up today.

Day 1 (25 July) (STANDARD/ HIGHER LEVEL)

Mechanics, Circular motion, and Thermal Physics (SL)

In this class, the students will learn or revise motion, forces, work, energy, power, momentum, impulse, thermal properties, ideal gas law, circular motion, and the law of gravitation.

  • Graphs describing motion.
  • Problems related to motion using the equations for constant acceleration (projectile included)
  • Applications of Newton’s second law
  • Mechanical energy types
  • Problems related to work and changes in energy
  • Momentum, impulse, and F-t graphs
  • Problems related to collisions
  • Specific heat capacity and specific latent heat
  • Problems related to the ideal gas law
  • Identification of centripetal force for different situations
  • Application of the law of gravitation

 

DAY 2 (26 July) (STANDARD/ HIGHER LEVEL)

Electricity, Magnetism, and Atomic Physics (SL)

In this class, the students will learn or revise electric field, current, potential difference, magnetism, radioactivity, nuclear reactions, and the structure of matter.

  • Concepts of the Electric field
  • Applications of Coulomb’s law
  • Problems related to the electric field
  • Concept of current
  • Application of ohm’s law
  • Application of Kirchhoff’s Law
  • Combination of resistors
  • Problems related to power
  • Concept of emf and terminal potential difference
  • Concept of magnetic field
  • Concept of radioactive decay
  • Problems with atomic transition
  • Calculation of mass defect and binding energy
  • Concept of fundamental particles
  • Drawing Feynman diagrams

 

DAY 3 (27 July) (STANDARD/ HIGHER LEVEL)

Energy and Waves (SL)

In this class, the students will learn or revise energy sources, thermal energy transfer, oscillation, traveling waves, wave characteristics, wave behavior, and standing waves.

  • Concept of primary and secondary energy resources
  • Problems with the transformation of energy in different power stations
  • Application of Stefan-Boltzmann Law and Wien Displacement Law
  • Concepts of simple harmonic motion and its graphs
  • Concepts of the period, frequency, amplitude, and wavelength
  • Problems related to the period, frequency, wavelength, and wave speed
  • Classification of waves
  • Concept of polarization
  • Application of Malus’ Law
  • Problems with intensity and amplitude
  • Questions related to Snell’s Law
  • Concept of interference and diffraction
  • Concept of standing waves
  • Problems with standing waves on pipes and strings

 

DAY 4 (28 July) (HIGHER LEVEL ONLY)

Wave Phenomena and Fields (HL)

In this class, the students will learn or revise simple harmonic motion, diffraction, interference, resolution, Doppler effect, and fields.

  • Problems with simple harmonic motion
  • Diffraction pattern on the screen
  • Concept of interference
  • Questions with Young’s double-slit experiment and diffraction gratings
  • Interference in thin films
  • Concept of resolution
  • Problems with Rayleigh Criteria in diffraction gratings
  • Concepts of the Doppler effect
  • Application of the equations related to frequency shift
  • Concept of electric and gravitational potential
  • Calculation of orbital speed and escape velocity
  • Problems with gravitational potential energy

 

DAY 5 (29 July) (HIGHER LEVEL ONLY)

Electromagnetic Induction, Quantum and Nuclear Physics (HL)

In this class, the students will learn or revise electromagnetic induction, the transmission of power, capacitance, the interaction of matter with radiation, and nuclear physics.

  • Concept of induced emf and magnetic flux
  • Application of Faraday’s Law and Lenz’s Law
  • Concept of alternating current
  • Questions with RMS values of potential difference and current
  • Problems with transformers
  • Concept of capacitance
  • Combination of capacitances
  • Calculation of energy in capacitors
  • Concept of the photoelectric effect
  • Problems with the maximum kinetic energy of photoelectrons and threshold frequency
  • Concept of the uncertainty principle
  • Discussion of Rutherford scattering
  • Problems with radioactivity


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Book two subjects and get a total of $30 USD discount, book three subjects, get $90 discount and book four subjects and get $180 discount. Add more courses
Durations: 5 Days (25-29 Jul)
Maximum Students: 7
Skill level: SL/HL

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