Download GCSE Physics apk 5.1.0 free for Android smartphone

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GCSE Physics

Posted by Revision Buddies in Education | Dec. 3, 2015 | 22 Comments

Apk file size: 32.0 MB

One of the most comprehensive self assessment revision apps for GCSE Physics. Written by passionate teachers, developed by a team dedicated to transforming GCSE revision.

Key Features:

- Option to choose core or additional of the AQA, Edexcel or OCR 21st Century Science exam boards
- 1000s of original, syllabus specific questions
- Detailed explanations to further understanding
- Hundreds of illustrated diagrams, graphs & experiments
- Choose to repeat difficult questions or select new questions at random
- Watch your knowledge improve using inbuilt progress reports
- Share your results with friends on Twitter & Facebook
- Gain insight into the layout of your exams through direct links to past papers & mark schemes

An engaging, interactive and effective revision app. Try sample topics for free and purchase additional content for a small, one off fee.

Students/Parents:

We aim to consolidate knowledge, further understanding and boost confidence in the lead up to exams. Use this app anytime, anywhere in preparation for your GCSEs. Once downloaded, you can use it offline - simply select your syllabus, level and the topics appropriate to you, test your knowledge and find where you can fill the gaps in your learning.

All content is written by qualified key stage 4 teachers and examiners

Teachers:

Get in touch to discuss getting your whole class on board with Revision Buddies apps.

CORE

AQA: Energy Transfer by heating processes; Energy and efficiency; Using electrical appliances; Generating Electricity; Waves and the Universe

Edexcel: Visible light and the Solar System; The electromagnetic spectrum; Waves and the Universe; Waves and the Earth; Generation and transmission of electricity; Energy and the future

OCR 21st Century: The Earth in the Universe; Radiation and life; Sustainable energy

ADDITIONAL

AQA: Forces and their effects; Kinetic energy; Currents and electrical circuits; Household electricity; Atoms and radiation; Radioactive materials

Edexcel: Static and current electricity; Controlling and using electric current; Motion and forces; Momentum, energy, work and power; Nuclear fission and nuclear fusion; Advantages and disadvantages of using radioactive materials

OCR 21st Century: Explaining motion; Electric circuits; Radioactive materials

For more detail on the content of each topic please see our website: www.revisionbuddies.com

Our author, Dr. Hanna Beyer is a qualified teacher and holds a PhD in Chemical Biology. As well as her qualifications she helps students with online tutoring for their exams in all areas of science, which she has done for over 6 years. Prior to her teaching, she contributed to science academia as well as working as a research and biomedical scientist.

All content is owned by and copyright material of Revision Buddies Ltd.

Whats new

    Logins for a more personalised experience
    Landscape orientation
    Share button added to student graphs
    Dropbox and email integration
    Improved layout and readability
    Zero advertising! Let's focus on revision.

Revision Buddies part of our Education and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Dec. 3, 2015. Google play rating is 70.0. Current verison is 5.1.0. Actual size 32.0 MB.

Download gcse-physics.apk 32.0 MB

22 Comments

Melzy Muchswaggar

Thanks I get better every time

Alice Hailes

Rubbish Won't let me choose the exam i am studying for at the start

Jonathan Benacci

Brilliant This has really helped appreciate what's coming up in the exam

georgie small

It's awesome and a really good price if you want to unlock all of the sections Which I have as it's so good!!!!!!!

Robin Webb

Fun to use - great for learning Really nicely presented. Great questions, detailed explanations and good diagrams. Very useful!

Kamal Farrah

Could you update the layout? Good but the layout is quite plain.

Messenger Tweet

No internet connection A message keeps on popping up saying that I don't have internet connection even though it's on. Might've rated it higher if it weren't for this problem.

Bethany Porter

Terrible app. Doesn't help whatsoever.

Eloise Jones

Great but... I think it's great but the lack of topics on the free versions is a little poor. I know money needs to be made somehow but 2 topics is a little sparing.

Sophie Wagstaff

Great app I'm studying GCSE science and I used the biology and chemistry app of this aswell and think it's a great app. Would definitely recommend it as revision to anyone taking GCSE science

Laki Jamaa

Bril Good for people who have exam

Salis Hanif

This is such a good app But we should be able to acces all chapters ( topics) without paying

Matthew Birch

A bit rubbish Not bad, but the topics covered aren't really the main ones in the GCSE syllabus. For example, there is nothing to do with say nuclear power etc. and you have to pay to revise conduction, convection and radiation-a key topic in p1

Maeve McMillan

Good revision tool however only 2 topics for free is unsatisfactory

Shahzeb Ali

Good app for revision it includes past papers but only two topics are available in the free version

Imam Bukhari

Its OK but i am doing triple science and its not here which is what i need

Si Rodok

I can help your order . I see all your private photos.

carlos annan

Superb This app a is soo magnificent

Shyla Jackson

This is really good

kawaii cupcakes

I couldn't even register because it said my email was invalid..

kProductions

2 . This app can be so helpful for people who want to revise in physics but instead of caring about physics, they charge you after two subjects. I understand they need money from somewhere but can't they atleast put ads or something? It's a bit cruel IMO to only provide 2 topics . I'd rather watch a 30 second video every half an hour than pay for an app for an exam just a day away for me.

short stuff

Decent app helps me revise 4 exams but there r sum ?s which arent in aqa 4 example

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