Tips for Physics Practical Exams

The following guidelines come as a result of doing all the London Examinations (now Edexcel) PH10 (International) practical exams from 1995 to 2000 and reading the mark schemes for them. They are designed to help you as much as possible to give the points the examiners want. If you get a chance, it's a good idea to read through a mark scheme and the examiner's comments. Also, there is no substitute for practice: do as many past exams as you can!



Density Measurements



Electrical Experiments


Experiments Involving Temperature

Finally, always read the question carefully!