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Nowadays scientific and technological progress is dynamically developing. There have been profound, qualitative changes in many areas of science and technology. All this is connected with the great discoveries in fundamental physics. Discovery of radioactivity, electromagnetic waves, ultrasound, jet propulsion and etc., has lead to the fact that people using this knowledge moved ahead in the development of technology. Man has learned to transfer not only sound over the distance, but also image. Man flown into space, landed on the moon and seen the other side of it. With the help of unique optical devices now it is possible to find out of what substances consist new planets. New data that is obtained will somehow allow mankind to make new discoveries that will lead to new achievement in science and technology. Worldwide there are profound qualitative changes in the basic branches of engineering. Science has become a direct productive force.

Physics („Nature” from Greek) it is a science about the world around us. Watching the seemingly simple phenomena of nature, we rarely think, why everything is like that and not otherwise. Why does it snow? How do we see and hear? Why are the stars only visible at night and why do they fall? Physics is the study about the world and its mechanisms; it provides answers to all these questions. The answers can be found in the Edexcel physics course.

Physics is a comprehensive science. No process of nature is outside the laws of physics. Physics describes everything: mechanics, electricity, magnetism, optics...

The invention of the transistor led to a real revolution in the field of electronics. On the basis of transistor technology, a new direction in science and technology was developed - microelectronics. What allowed man to build the first semiconductor computer. Physics makes a decisive contribution to the development of modern computer technology, which is the material basis of science. In a short period of time computer technology has leaped forward. Modern personal computers have great information processing speed, large memory volumes, allowing making almost any calculations. With the help of a computer peripheral devices, computer sees, hears, paints, draws, prints, talks, displays, plays games, trains, manages technological processes in production, watches over space flights and so on. It’s hard to imagine today without a computer. With the help of computer nowadays it is possible to connect with a computer network from any part of the globe.

Exactly the same examples can be provided in respect of any part of physics. Any discovery of new physical laws immediately leads to using them in the development of new sciences and technologies. And this in its turn leads to new discoveries in fundamental physics. Thus, scientific and technological processes cannot be stopped. The development of physics has brought not only fundamental changes in the presentation of the material world, but also, with the use of modern technologies based on laboratory findings, progressive changes that take place in society. With the development of science technology people on planet Earth have become closer - staying in a single information space.

Pearson A Level Edexcel physics course is designed for school and colleges. It is one of Advanced Level qualification programs provided by Edexcel and Pearson. Edexcel physics is included into composition of such courses as BTEC Applied Science and GCSE Science. Both these courses are base on Key Stage 4 program. Due to the flexibility of the program and the large volume of source material to build a training course it depends on students' preferences and fits a wide range of schools and colleges. A large selection of Edexcel physics past papers allows students to make exam preparations outside of school or college.

A level Edexcel physics GCSE course offers students to:

  • undergo a Key Stage 4  training program and develop an interest in physics and its regions;
  • develop an understanding of the connection between theory and experiment, and contribute to the development of skills in the development and carrying out experiments;
  • gain necessary knowledge and understanding of physics and, where appropriate, its application, as well as awareness of the importance of knowledge and skills on the subject required for use in unfamiliar and changing situations, a deeper understanding of the course "How science works";
  • demonstrate the importance of physics as a human activity that interacts with social, philosophical, economic and industrial issues;
  • Prepare for education in higher education institutions on physics and related courses.

Edexcel physics past papers is the first help during preparation to exams for students. Due to Edexcel past papers physics students can find out about the structure of exam and it’s key aspects, to understand, how detailed answers have to look, and simply to test their knowledge.

Physics has a great influence on human life. It gives us knowledge about the environment, creates our world, helps to understand and see the world for what it is. Each person every day uses the laws of physics.