Quality Tutoring for Singapore A-Level H2 Physics 

Here is the latest new syllabus for H2 Physics in 2019.

Section I Measurement

1. Measurement

  • Physical quantities and SI units

  • Scalars and vectors

  • Errors and uncertainties

Section II Newtonian Mechanics

2. Kinematics

  • Rectilinear motion

  • Non-linear motion

3. Dynamics 

  • Newtons' laws of motion

  • Linear momentum and its conservation

4. Forces

  • Types of Forces

  • Centre of gravity

  • Turning effects of forces

  • Equilibrium of forces

  • Upthrust

5. Work, Energy and Power

  • Work

  • Energy conversion and conservation

  • Efficiency

  • Potential energy and kinetic energy

  • Power

6. Motion in a Circle

  • Kinematics of uniform circular motion

  • Centripetal acceleration

  • Centripetal force

7. Gravitational Field

  • Gravitational field

  • Gravitational force between point masses

  • Gravitational field of a point mass

  • Gravitational field near to the surface of the Earth

  • Gravitational potential

  • Circular Orbits

Section III Thermal Physics

8. Temperature and Ideal Gases

  • Thermal equilibrium

  • Temperature scales

  • Equation of state

  • Kinetic theory of gases

  • Kinetic energy of a molecule

9. First Law of Thermodynamics

  • Specific heat capacity and specific latent heat

  • Internal energy

  • First law of thermodynamics

Section IV Oscillations and Waves

10. Oscillations

  • Simple harmonic motion

  • Energy in simple harmonic motion

  • Damped and forced oscillations, resonance

11. Wave Motion

  • Progressive waves

  • Transverse and longitudinal waves

  • Polarisation

  • Determination of frequency and wavelength of sound waves

12. Superposition

  • Principle of superposition

  • Stationary waves

  • Diffraction

  • Two-source interference

  • Single slit and multiple slit diffraction

Section V Electricity and Magnetism

13. Electric Fields

  • Concept of an electric field

  • Electric force between point charges

  • Electric field of a point charge 

  • Uniform electric fields

  • Electric potential 

 

 14. Current of Electricity

  • Electric current

  • Potential difference

  • Resistance and resistivity

  • Electromotive force

15. D.C. Circuits

  • Circuit symbols and diagrams

  • Series and parallel arrangements

  • Potential divider

  • Balanced potentials

16. Electromagnetism

  • Concept of a magnetic field

  • Magnetic fields due to currents

  • Force on a current-carrying conductor

  • Force between current-carrying conductors

  • Force on a moving charge

17. Electromagnetic Induction

  • Magnetic flux

  • Laws of electromagnetic induction

18. Alternating Current

  • Characteristics of alternating currents

  • The transformer

  • Rectification with a diode

Section VI Modern Physics

19. Quantum Physics

  • Energy of a photon

  • The photoelectric effect

  • Wave-particle duality

  • Energy levels in atoms

  • Line spectra

  • X-ray spectra

  • The uncertainty principle

20. Nuclear Physics

  • The nucleus

  • Isotopes

  • Nuclear processes

  • Mass defect and nuclear binding energy

  • Radioactive decay

  • Biological effects of radiation

For Pearson International A-Level Physics 

Here is the specification for Pearson Edexcel A-Level Physics, starting from 2019.