Required practical video collection for paper 1 AQA GCSE Physics Higher Tier Summer 2022 Only

The advanced information for AQA GCSE Physics Paper 1 Higher tier, it lists two practicals that the examiners can assess you on. Here are some videos to help – there are plenty more just search!

Required practical activity 2: investigate the effectiveness of different materials as thermal
insulators and the factors that may affect the thermal insulation properties of a material

Required practical activity 5: use appropriate apparatus to make and record the
measurements needed to determine the densities of regular and irregular solid objects and
liquids. Volume should be determined from the dimensions of regularly shaped objects, and
by a displacement technique for irregularly shaped objects. Dimensions to be measured
using appropriate apparatus such as a ruler, micrometer or Vernier callipers.

AQA GCSE Physics Changes of State Focus Questions

Only a few questions in this section.

  1. When ice changes from a solid to a liquid the process are called melting. Explain what is happening in terms of changes of state in the following processes. 
    1. Freeze
    2. Boil 
    3. Evaporate 
    4. Condense 
    5. Sublimate
  2. What is conserved when there is a change in state? 
  3. Changes in state are physical changes. What is meant by this? 
  4. Why are changes of state, not chemical changes? 

AQA GCSE Physics Focus Questions on The National Grid

Focus Questions on The National Grid for AQA GCSE Physics

  1. Copy and complete the following sentence: The National Grid is a system of ____________ and ___________ linking power stations to consumers.
  2. What is transferred to consumers via the National Grid? 
  3. What is the purpose of a step-up transformer in the national grid system? 
  4. What is the purpose of a step-down transformer in the national grid system? 
  5. Why is the National Grid system is an efficient way to transfer energy? 

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