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G.C.E. A-Level H2 Physics Tuition
Tel: 62756800

Why students should learn H2 physics from Electrical Engineers.

H2 Physics comprises 3 types of engineering topics: Electrical, Mechanical and Civil. Electrical topics are the most abstract, which is why students learn to shoot electrons in J2 and H3, but balls in J1.

Most labs in DSO National Laboratories, where Mr. Phang used to work and top students including Mr. Phang's attach for their school research projects, are Electrical Labs. All 4 CEOs of DSO, the forefront of research in Singapore, are Electrical Engineering graduates (from Stanford, Cambridge, NUS and NUS chronologically).

Tutors with Electrical background can provide students with deeper insights into H2 physics, H3 physics and research work.

Leonard Ho, Hwa Chong Institution (College Section), 2007
“The most striking feature of Mr. Phang's lessons is his idiosyncratic and lively teaching style, where he fuses humour seamlessly and effortlessly with complex physics concepts and explanations ... these classes were paramount in enabling me to achieve my distinction for the H3 'A' Level paper.”

Chen Hongjie, National Junior College, 2009
(A*Star Gold Medallist for H3 Physics Research on Magnetic Anisotropy /

LKY Maths & Science Award 2010 for the Top 10 Science Stream JC Students)
"Surely, there is no better place to learn physics than in Mr. Phang's class, where questions are challenging and his explanations of them even more enlightening ... "

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Mr. Phang has authored three solution workbooks on A level Physics:

1. G.C.E. A Level H2 Physics Worked Solutions (Topical) for Past Papers (published by Singapore Asia Publishers Pte Ltd). This workbooks is suitable for all students.

2. G.C.E. A Level H2 Physics Worked Solutions (Yearly) for Past Papers (published by Singapore Asia Publishers Pte Ltd). This workbook is particularly useful for JC2 students who have finished their prelims and are preparing for the final 'A' levels. By then students should be conversant will all topics and should be practicing paper-by-paper, rather than topic-by-topic, because the final exam tests across all topics without warning which question is on which topic.

3. Challenging Physics Worked Solutions for Past Special Papers from 1992 to 2006 (published by Dyna Publisher Pte Ltd) which from 2007 was replaced by H3 Physics (Essentials of Modern Physics Syllabus 9811). This workbook is suitable for students from top JCs who face tougher tests and exams. This book is out of print but can be found in second-hand bookstores.

H2 Physics Worked Solutions
(Topica)

Singapore Asia Publishers Pte Ltd

Author: Phang Yu Hon

H2 Physics Worked Solutions
(Yearly)

Singapore Asia Publishers Pte Ltd

Author: Phang Yu Hon

Challenging Physics
Worked Solutions
(Special Papers from 1992 to 2006)

Dyna Publisher Pte Ltd (Out of Print)

Author: Phang Yu Hon