This course is five sessions long, covering the topics that most commonly come up during the PAT that students typically struggle with. Each session will consist of 2 hours of lecturing, example questions, and plenty of opportunity for students to ask questions. After each session the students will be provided with a problem set containing past paper questions on the content covered. There are full worked solutions for each of these problem sets. The students can also be provided with worked solutions to the PAT papers from 2015-2019 for them to use during their own revision. The structure of the course can be flexible to the needs of the students on the course and if the students would really like to look at a certain topic that wasn't planned to be covered, then we can adapt and cover it.
This course is best for students who want to gain a solid base understanding of the content involved in the PAT to enable them to independently work through past papers.
1 - Sketching Graphs and Using Them to Help Solve Inequalities
2 - Central Forces
3 - Circular Motion
4 - Circular Motion and Central Forces
5 - Capacitors
6 -Mixed Maths Topics - Sequence & Series, Binomial Expansion, and Probability
7 - Advanced Differentiation and Integration Techniques
8 - Circuits
9 - Logarithms
10 - Refraction
Having successfully been through the Oxford Physics application process, Tom is uniquely suited to understand the stresses a student is under whilst preparing for the PAT. He has combined this with his 5+ years experience in tutoring maths and physics after graduating to create a course that is as direct as it can be in helping students to feel empowered in their preparation.
- Maximum Class Size: 7
- Platform: Lessons will take place on Microsoft Teams, which is free and straightforward for students to use for the sessions. Our team will be on hand to help you get setup before your first session. Take a look at this video to see our online teaching in action.