High School Physics BLOG for K12, ICSE, CBSE, ISC, IGCSE, GCSE, AP – free Online Physics Learning & Reading

Spread the love

This High School Physics BLOG is founded with a few aims like providing (1) content for online physics learning, (2) online physics free reading material (3) online physics High School Course notes (4) online physics lab course material (5) Online physics help in different formats (6) publishing online physics calculator & (7) online physics simulator, etc. to assist students in mastering the basics or the fundamentals by publishing quality content.

And we have come across a few miles, and we have many miles to go.

Students of different boards like ICSE, CBSE, IGCSE, GCSE, State Boards, etc. are our readers. Persons who are preparing for AP physics & other competitive examinations like UPSC, IIT JEE, NEET are also our regular readers.

Online Physics Tutorials | Class Notes | Current Posts on high school physics

Extension-Load graph of Spring with Lab set-up and Analysis of the graph
The Extension-Load graph of spring is a graphical representation of its extension versus applied load ...
Read More
Motion graphs of vertical fall against air-drag | Motion graphs of falling objects when air resistance is present
Here we will discuss the motion graphs of vertically falling objects when air-drag or air-resistance ...
Read More
Motion graphs of falling objects during free-fall | Motion graphs for freely falling bodies
Here we will discuss the motion graphs of falling objects during free-fall. During free-fall, the ...
Read More
IGCSE Physics worksheets | GCSE Physics problems | Physics questions – worksheet
This post contains problems and questions covering GCSE physics and the IGCSE physics syllabus. These ...
Read More
How is Stability of a body related to its Centre of Gravity?
The stability of an object is related to the position of its center of gravity ...
Read More
How to deviate light rays by 180 degrees with a prism?
Let's see how a light ray can be deviated by 180 degrees with the help ...
Read More
How to deviate light rays by 90 degrees with a prism?
Let's see how a light ray can be deviated by 90 degrees with the help ...
Read More
What is a total reflecting prism and when to use it?
What is a total reflecting prism? A right-angled isosceles prism that has a 90-degree angle ...
Read More
Numerical problems on Drift velocity of electrons and electric current-how to solve?
The numerical problems in this post are based on drift velocity of electrons and electric ...
Read More
How is the Stability of floating bodies maintained? | (equilibrium of a floating ship)
How is the stability of floating bodies maintained? The stability of stationary floating bodies is ...
Read More
Collisions and Newton’s Laws of Motion – How to relate these?
This post covers how Collisions and Newton's Laws of Motion are related. As collisions, we ...
Read More
Gravitational Field Strength on the earth’s surface
Gravitational Field Strength on the earth's surface is defined as the force per unit mass ...
Read More
Gravitational field strength formula and definition
A gravitational field is a region where you find gravity. More precisely, the gravitational field ...
Read More
What is the Internal Resistance of cells?
What is the Internal Resistance of cells & how it affects the current flow in ...
Read More
Numerical problems based on emf and potential difference
Let's solve 2 numerical problems based on emf and potential difference. Numerical problems based on ...
Read More
State the difference between emf and potential difference with the energy view
The cell uses chemical energy to place the charges in a position of high potential ...
Read More
How Small drift speed of electron causes high-speed electric current?
Most charge carriers, like electrons, move slowly. Free electrons repeatedly collide with the positive metal ...
Read More

The posts published here have been successful so far to clarify confusion in young minds. PhysicsTeacher.in has been selected as one of the Top 50 Physics BLOG by the panelist of feedspot.com. This makes us a member of the Top 50 Physics BLOGs.

This blog is crafted to help the readers to build a foundation for different examinations like JEE, NEET, SAT, and AP Physics. It also focuses minutely on Class 8 to 10, and class 11 and class 12 Syllabus for different boards like ICSE, CBSE, ISC, GCSE, IGCSE State, etc, specifically for Physics.


This may be equally efficient for the global K12 Physics syllabusThis BLOG is to some extent like an online physics tutor providing online physics coaching and physics notes, through regular blog posts on various topics, helping students in mastering physics fundamentals.

Physics Fundamentals – #Education #k12 #physics #GRE #NEET #CBSE #ICSE #ISC #JEE #High School Physics #OnlineClass #ClassNotes #11thclassPhysics #12thclassPhysics #10thclassPhysics #9thclassPhysics #numerical #derivation #onlinephysicslearning, #OnlinePhysicsFreeReading, #HighSchoolCourseNotes, #OnlinePhysicsLabCourse, #physicsHelp, #OnlinePhysicsCalculator, #OnlinePhysicsSimulator, #OnlineK12

It’s all hard work to create a rewarding blog, but possibly it’s one of the best ways to contribute and share.
https://physicsteacher.in

High School Physics blog for icse, cbse, igcse, gcse, AP-Physics, state boards.


Terms and Conditions


Spread the love
Scroll to top
error: physicsTeacher.in