Online Physics Tuition in Dubai

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Because we only ever work with real British teachers you will always get a highly experienced teacher who is safe, reliable and up to speed with the current curriculum and exam requirements. We vet all 20,000+ tutors, and they are all DBS checked.


Group tuition from £20 ph

Team up with other families to create a small tuition group at your home or online. Children should be of similar ages, abilities and ambitions. The tuition fee will automatically be divided equally among your group. Learn more


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We're almost certain you will be happy with your choice of teacher, but if the first lesson is not a success, for whatever reason, you will not be charged for the lesson and we will immediately look to find you an alternative teacher.

A selection of Dubai Physics teachers

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Tracey C

Mrs Tracey C

Subjects taught:
Maths, French
PGCE Maths, Leicester University (1992), BA (Hons), University of East Anglia (1990).
Stephanie J

Miss Stephanie J

Subjects taught:
Primary, SEN, SATs
BA (Hons) Primary Education with QTS, 2:1, Trinity Saint David, University of Wales (2015).
Rebecca C

Mrs Rebecca C

Subjects taught:
Primary, 11+, Homeschool, School Entrance Exams
BSc (Hons) Primary Education with QTS, University of Greenwich (2002).
John B

Mr John B

Subjects taught:
PGCE History, Institute for Education (1975). BA (Hons) History, University of London (1974).
Debbie L

Mrs Debbie L

Subjects taught:
Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, 13+, Common Entrance Exams, School Entrance Exams, Homeschool
MSc Education, University of Oxford (2016). PGCE Secondary Science and A-Level Biology, University of Bath (1992). BSc (Hons). 2:i Biological Sciences, University of York (1990).

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What is Physics?

Physics is the study of the world around us. In simple terms Physics explains how things happen. Why do things fall, speed up, slow down? Why do bulbs or LEDs light up? How do speakers make sounds? How does lightning happen? How does ultrasound see inside us? How does a mobile phone work? How do lenses help us see better? How do signals travel to us from space? How do the planets orbit the sun? How are stars formed? How do Nuclear Power Stations work? How do huge ships stay afloat? These and many other questions are answered by learning about the main branches of Physics including force and energy, materials and particles, radiation, electricity, magnetism and electromagnetism, waves, thermal physics, space physics. Physics, like all the sciences, has a large amount of practical work and much of the learning is through doing rather than just sitting and listening.

GCSE and IGCSE Physics Tuition

At GCSE level, Physics is either studied as separate subject or makes up a third of Combined Science. As a separate subject, Physics can be studied as Single Science and receive a full GCSE grade. In Combined Science, the extension topics in Physics, Chemistry and Biology are not taken and the exams in all three subjects lead to two GCSE grades, so it is sometimes referred to as Dual Award Science. If a student intends to study Physics at A level then it is best, though not essential, that they take Physics as a Single Science. The main awarding bodies are AQA, OCR, Edexcel, WJEC, Eduqas (part of WJEC) CCEA in Northern Ireland and SQA in Scotland. Assessment is through written exam papers, typically 2 x two hour papers or 3 x 90 minute papers. There is no separate practical assessment or coursework, but questions will be set based on the core practical activities the students will have carried out for themselves.

A-Level Physics Tuition

For entry into A-Level many schools would want to see a grade 7 or higher at GCSE, otherwise a student may struggle to do well at A-Level. At A-Level the concepts and ideas studied for GCSE are built upon and taken further, along with some applications of Physics which may include Astrophysics, Medical Physics, Engineering Physics and Electronics. A-Level Physics also involves a large amount of practical work.

Assessment is typically three written papers, each around two hours long. A-Level Physics can give access to a wide range of university courses and consequently related careers, such as Physics, Engineering, Astrophysics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Medicine, Biology, Chemistry, Sports Science and Pharmacy amongst others.