A Level Physics allows pupils to improve their understanding of existing laws of physics as well as exploring more recent innovations. All modules are taught with a context led approach, allowing pupils to appreciate the applications of Physics. Topics covered include motion and materials in the context of sport, waves, electricity and the behaviour of light. Subsequent modules include mechanics, electric and magnetic fields and particle Physics.
Rawlins Level 3 P16 entry requirements.
You will have at least grade C in all Science GCSEs which will include at least grade B in the Physics modules or Physics GCSE and a grade B in Maths to undertake this course.
Physics, as well as supporting the traditional avenues of science, technology and engineering, may be advantageous to students wishing to go onto study the technical side of media or music. A Level Physics is required by a wide range of FE courses and careers ranging from Physics and all branches of Engineering and Technology to Architecture, Medicine, Geology and even Biochemistry where students who have followed a Physics course are often at an advantage over those who have not. Physics is an invaluable and respected qualification, demonstrating ability to follow an academic discipline.