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For physics teachers and students with video and supporting notes.

The Fizzics site contains over 50 free physics video tutorials and over 140 pages of concise, illustrated topic notes free to study or download. There are also details of around ten hours of teaching video on DVD The tutorials are intended to cover AS level and A level physics and the grade 12 curriculum and some of the GCSE / grade 10 syllabus.

These teaching and learning resources are ideal for physics exam revision and for introducing and following up concepts covered in class.

Physics tutorials on DVD are particularly useful for students and teachers needing a easily and permanently accessible set of resources for revision, lesson support or catch up.

A CD of all available notes in pdf (over 140 pages) will be sent with each order

Video tutorials  on DVD

or for streaming directly to your phone, tablet or computer via YouTube for A level only, click here


Whichever method you use both have a comprehensive selection of quality video lessons in high resolution.

Revising for exams

Some very quick suggestions from The Fizzics Organization with notes and video. These ideas apply to all subjects.



A page of links to general physics information, other physics educational site relevant to 16 to 18 students, examination boards and past papers.

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‚ÄčFree A level video tutorials

Some of these tutorials are examples of those on DVD  but most are exclusive to this section. With over 50 short tutorials, I think they will be useful to many students studying physics as a specialist subject (age 16 to 19 approx)

Free notes for A level

Notes for AS and A level / grade 12 here

Including new notes on Nuclear fission

New A level videos on
An introduction to standing waves
Nuclear fission
A level / grade 12 video index here

GCSE students

For students studying the UK examination GCSE Physics (age 13 to 16 approx.)
with new video on
Moments and The Law of Moments

Notes and video for GCSE / grade 10 here

Some user comments on the video tutorials on DVD