Learn by heart all of the Physics equations you need for your GCSE. Then use them to answer questions with help if you need at every step. Now has lists for IGCSE spec, too. The questions are based on smart models so new values are generated each time. The smart models understand how to answer the question so they can suggest the next step or show you a similar example question. Then they can give you accurate feedback on your answer and even show you a model answer to your question. Even better, if you didn't get it right, you can keep trying similar questions until you've got it perfect! Then, when you feel more confidence, you can take a test, with various options for the amount of help. And of course, you get detailed feedback of how you did and the chance to see a model answer at any time. This is the Windows version of the mobile app. It is almost exactly the same. You can use it on a pc to practice or have it on the whiteboard for the whole class to see. You've got equations to learn. There’s no way around it, calculations make up at least 30% of the Physics exams so the better you know the equations, the better your grade is going to be. Get this app and have a virtual pack of index cards always at your fingertips. All the important information is there, including the units. Tap on the equation to re-arrange it, even go back step-by-step to see how it’s done. Add comments, give them a star rating and emoji to keep track on how you are doing. Then click on the Q and try practice questions to test yourself. Start a game and try and beat the clock. The questions get harder the better you do. You can sort the cards, focus on just one topic and keep track of how you are doing over time.
What's new in this version
Version 2.0.3 (29/04/20) • Fixed bug with test and quiz games endings Version 2.0.2 (22/04/20) • Further graphic optimisation • Tweaks to how the calculator works when answering a question • Less symbol questions at lower difficulty level Version 2.0.1 (18/04/20) • Now supports IGCSE with equation lists matching published specifications. • Graphics optimisation and usability improvements, such as zoomable views and smoother animations, make the app even more enjoyable to use. • Stand-alone Physics oriented calculator. Version 2.0.0 (26/3/2020) • Non-stop questions for each equation. • Based on smart models that "understand" the question and can guide you through towards the answer. • Detailed feedback on your answer, including model answers, • Test yourself on equations or topics. • Use the built in scientific calculator to work out the answers. Tap on numbers to enter them more quickly into the calculator. Version 1.0.5 (31/3/2019) • Pick the exam board you use to get an equations list that matches the published specification, including topics and papers. • Tap on the units box to get to the new units page. It’s got all the info you need to be able to convert between related units and includes a conversion calculator. • When you get a quiz question wrong, you get a notification. Tap on the notification to get help on how to get it right next time. • Many more improvements and fixes to make it easier and faster to use.
- • All the equations you need for your GCSE and IGCSE
- • Rearrange equation and go through them step by step
- • Learn units and their variations
- • Sort and focus on a particular topic
- • Test yourself with quiz and games
- • Track your practice time and progress
- • Dark-mode for healthier reading at night