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SMK Seri Mahkota Anjuran: SMK Seri Pekan, Pekan
specific latent heat. Transistor. Fleming’s left hand. Newton. 9 Master the graph skill Draw. half-life. Fiber optic. Force in equilibrium. Mirror ray. Lenz 4 Master the Physics rules Right-hand Grip Rule. Reflection. Analyst. Bunsen burner. Electric Motor. Periscope. force. pressure. Carburetor. Hydraulic brake. Microscope. Electric generator. force in equilibrium. Ohm. Submarine. Barometer. Snell. 3 Master the laws in Physics & their applications Hooke. Fleming’s right hand 5 Master all the experiment in Physics All experiments in form 4 and form 5 6 Master the contents in Physics Check list 7 Master drawing skills Electric circuit diagram. interference. Telescope. work. Determine the gradient . Archimedes’ Principle Pascal’s Principle. Electric bell. Experiment diagram 8 Master the working principal of the apparatus Hydrometer. Thermal equilibrium. sketch. energy. CRO. momentum. Nuclear reactor. Conservation of energy. Boyle. Diode Binocular. Refraction. Manometer. Charles. Bernoulli’s Principle. Lens ray. 2 Master the principles in Physics & their applications Conservation of Momentum. Pressure. Apparatus diagram. Faraday. efficiency .2 TIPS TO SCORE IN PHYSICS 1 Master the definition of the terms in Physics Example: Specific heat capacity.
Write the facts/concept/formula that is connected to the related sub topic (related to the question) Understand the tasks Refer to the marks stated. 3. 4. 5. No. • • • Conceptualising Questions No. and chart or graph carefully. 6. State only what is in the diagram. understanding and application) 1. 3. . table.6 and No. 6. 2. Stimulus or situation can be in diagram. table.9 or No. Every items starting with stimulus (situation). Answer in simple words but meaningful related to physics concept.1-No. understanding and application) Question No. 4. ……… Increases/decreased. 2. 3.one point for one mark.4 Decide on the correct concept first. 5. Look at the diagram. 7. chart or graph. table. increases. 4. 7. • 8. Name the law/principle/concept involved. 2. Use correct terminology Understanding and qualitative application explain step by step(imaging the marker does not know the physics) Calculation: Choose & Write the relevant formula – 1 Mark Substitute the values correctly Answer with correct unit 1. chart or graph Understand the tasks: • Comparison :State the similarities and differences(if there is any) • Differences: State characteristics that are different • Similarities : State the same characteristics Relationship : directly proportional/ inversely proportional/ When …….5.10 1. Delete all the wrong options then choose For difficult questions: Decide the correct concept first Calculation questions: Refer to the formulas given One step calculation only Note: Remember! Blacken each finished answer immediately PAPER 2 (Knowledge.3 PAPER 1 (Knowledge.
State the method/ways and reasons.10 Structured Question: 1. 7 and No. 2. Essay type question: Open type question 1.9 or No. 2. Answer can be in the form of diagram or essay. 3. Very sure of the concept/ understand the working principle of apparatus and it’s function.4 Problem Solving Questions No. 3.usually working principle of apparatus 1. State the method/suggestion/ design / modification to solve the problems 3. 3. Understand the questions/follow the instructions given. State the methods and reasons / explanations. Suggestion of problem solving does not based on relevant physical concept Give wrong/irrelevant explanation/reason Give redundant/overlap suggestion/method . Understand the problem given 2. Follow the instruction in the question. 2. Common mistakes: 1. State the explanation for the each method /suggestion/ design (Suggestion: use table) method/suggestion/ design/modification 5 Explanation/reason 5 Guided type Question.
Guided decision making 2.5 Making Decision (Questions No. 8 and No.11 or No. Justify your answer with reasons Essay: 1. 3.table form) Characteristic 4 4. 2. Choose the suitable characteristics according to the need of the question.12) Structured: 1. 5. Question will state the characteristics in the form of diagram or table • Study the characteristics carefully 2. • Use the word low or high 3 Explain the chosen characteristics (Suggestion. 6. Make a ranking based on chosen characteristics Make a justification State the reason Explanation/ reason 4 Common mistakes 1. Elaborate all characteristics Rewrite the value of characteristic given without stating low or high Does not state all characteristics/ reasons after making a justification . Follow the instructions in the questions 3.
4. Use diagrams or graphs whenever necessary to make the points clearer. Characteristic Reason [ ] is chosen. concepts. The marks usually indicate the number of points required. To answer the questions of comparison. identify 4 different characteristics from the given diagrams or table. . principles or Physics law need to state in a sentence. . Reason : It has …. e. The answer must be in table form. 5. state the similarities and differences between the given diagrams.”. Answer in table form for suggested modifications.6 TIPS FOR PAPER 2 Section B (Essay) 1.g 3. Pay attention to the marks allocated. The answer in form of formula is not acceptable. 2. To answer question “ explain the suitability of each characteristics and determine the most suitable …. Modifications Explanation Section C (Essay) 1. To answer the question of definition of the terms.
Starts melting latter / Starts freezing earlier 8 Rigidity Low Changes shape easily when acted upon by external force . use more fuel Need less heat to melt / vaporise Low / small Time to melt / vaporise is shorter 5 Specific Latent Heat (l) Need more heat to melt / vaporise High / large Time to melt / vaporise is longer Decays faster Short Reactivity decreases faster Decays slowly Long Reactivity decreases slowly Radioactivity lasts longer 6 Half-life Low Melting point / 7 Freezing point High Melts at low temperature / Freezes at low temperature. Useful Physics Terminologies for Paper 2 JUJ Pahang No. short time to heat up 3 Spring constant (k) Large / big Low / small Need less heat to raise temperature 4 Specific Heat Capacity (c) More difficult to heat up. Starts melting earlier / Starts freezing later Melts at higher temperature / Freezes at higher temperature. 1 Density TERM VALUE Low / small High / large Small MEANING Lighter / easy carry/not heavy Heavier / more compact Spring is soft / easy to stretch Spring is stiff / difficult to stretch Easily heated up . takes more time to heat up High / large Need more heat to raise temperature.7 .
Having higher resistance compared to wires of the same thickness and length.8 Does not change shape easily when acted upon by external force Breaks easily / breaks under small external force Difficult to break / Needs a large force to break Does not rust easily / quickly Rust easily / quickly Starts boiling at lower temperature Starts boiling earlier Slower to begin condensation Starts boiling at higher temperature Starts boiling latter Faster to begin condensation Substance that refracts light less Substance that refracts light more Easier for total internal reflection to occur Difficult for total internal reflection to occur Large / long focal length Refract light less Short focal length Refract light more Higher power Lower power Short wavelength High penetration power Low frequency Low penetration power High pitch Short wavelength Spreads out less Having lower resistance compared to wires of the same thickness and length. High 9 10 Strength Rate of rusting Low High Low High Low 11 Boiling point High Low / small 12 Refractive index High / large Small 13 Critical angle Large / big Low 14 Power (of a lens) High Short 15 19 20 21 22 Focal length Large / long Frequency (of electromagnet wave) Wavelength (for electromagnet wave) Frequency (sound) Resistivity High Long / large High Low / small High / large 23 24 25 e.m. of cell Power (of electrical device) Voltage (working voltage of electrical device) Large / big High / large High Kepada pelajar SMK Seri Pekan. Pekan: Insyaallah “Physics SPM 2010 : A+” . Supply a larger current through the same resistance.f. Uses more energy per second Needs a smaller current to produce a fixed amount of power.
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