This science and technology blog primarily covers High School Physics for K12, ICSE, CBSE, ISC, IGCSE, GCSE, AP, etc. for free Online Physics Learning & Reading. Along with High school physics, we also cover a few more important subjects for high school and engineering (tech) students.
Our posts include the following broad categories –
High School Science: Online Physics Tutorials | Class Notes | numerical problems & worksheets | Physics Blog Posts | Chemistry tutorials | Biology Tutorials, Question/Answer
Enginerring & Tech: Process Control & Instrumentation | Electronics – analog, digital, microprocessor for engineering | Microprocessor tutorials (8085) for engineering | Programming – Java
Physics Notes Categories (chapter-wise) for High School Students
The links below take you to chapter-wise notes & topics pages. These hubs or pages contain links to numerous related posts and class notes for your reference.
(for K12, ICSE, CBSE, ISC, IGCSE, GCSE, AP, SAT, NEET, JEE, WBJEE)
Other related subjects
We also cover the following:
Special Study Guides & Syllabus – selected for this week
Here is a list of selected notes.
MCQ | Worksheets (Physics etc) – class 11 & 12
Magnetism | Electromagnetism – class 12 notes
This High School Physics BLOG is founded by Anupam M 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, and NEET are also our regular readers. The posts published here have been successful so far to clarify confusion in young minds.