Work Out Physics GCSE by H.J.P. Keighley, Stephen (City of Liverpool College) Doyle


Work Out Physics GCSE by H.J.P. Keighley, Stephen (City of Liverpool College) Doyle

This book is intended to help students prepare their GCSE examination in physics. It is not intended to replace a textbook but to supplement it. It is written to help students revise and prepare for an examination and assumes that they have completed a GCSE course. It is suggested that if there are topics that have not been studied the student should refer to a good textbook and carefully read and make notes on the relevant chapter. This edition has been updated to include new curriculum material on environmental issues, alternative sources of energy, and scientific investigation.

About the Author

STEPHEN DOYLE is an experienced secondary physics teacher, now working at City of Liverpool College. The late JOHN KEIGHLEY was an experienced and distinguished Physics teacher, examiner and textbook author.

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256 pages


H.J.P. Keighley, Stephen (City of Liverpool College) Doyle
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Palgrave Macmillan

Publication date

6th April 1998



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