Revising O level Physics with Quizzes
( Topic-wise O level physics quizzes for students going in for the GCE, GCSE, and necta)
Here, we'll be discussing Physics at the ordinary level. You'll get to master O level physics topics via the exciting topic-wise quizzes provided below. Before doing that, let's have a brief overview of physics:
Physics is the branch of science that deals with the structure of matter and how the fundamental constituents of the universe interact. It is also defined as the fundamental study of matter and energy. Physics is also known as physical science, and it is applied in everyday life. It is also divided into sub sections:
Mechanics - which has to deal with the motion of physical objects, and the relationships between force, matter, and motion. In mechanics, there is the resolution of forces, newton's laws of motion, work, energy, and power.
Electrostatics - It deals with the study of charges at rest. With the application of coulomb's law, there is the calculation of electrostatic force, electric field strength, electric potential, and electric field intensity.
Current Electricity - This has to deal with the study of charges in motion, producing current. Some important parameters of study here are the amount of current, potential difference, resistance, power input and losses, electrical energy, and efficiency.
Magnetism - Magnetism has to deal with the force exerted on/by a magnet by/on another magnet, or it is a class of physical phenomena that are moderated by magnetic fields. It has to deal with magnetic field density, magnetic flux, Flemming's LHR, RHR, right-hand grip rule, magnetic field intensity, and so on.
During the exams, students are tested on the following skills: speed, accuracy, and efficiency. Students must be able to apply the fundamental concepts to solve problems accurately within a limited time frame, maximizing the usage of the available resources. For quizzes on other topics, click here.
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