### Revision Plan – 2018/9

A revision planner for you to use. Revision-plan 2018 19

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# and I had this idea at Science on Stage!

# For those doing the UASP -Electricity and Energy

- Revise the type of energy and conversion
- Gravitational potential
- Kinetic
- Work done
- Heat
- Electrical
- Practical electrical and electronic circuits
- Ohm’s law
- Electrical practical circuits
- Electrical power
- Specific Heat Capacity
- Pressure
- Gas Laws
- Kinetic Theory

Try the following questions

### Specimen Paper:

Section 1: q6, 10, 11, 12, 13,14,15,16,17, Section 2: Q5, 6, 7, 8

### National 5 2017

Section 1: Q1-7, 19, Section 2: Q1,2,3,

### National 5 2016

Section 1: Q1-7 Section 2: Q1,2,3,4,5

### National 5: 2015

Section 1: Q1-6 Section 2: Q1,2,3,4

### National 5: 2014

Section 1: Q1-7 Section 2: Q1,2,3

Learn the formula for

Ew=QV, Ew=Fd, Ep=mgh, Ek=½mv^{2}, E=Pt, E_{e}=ItV, E_{H}=mcΔT, E_{H} = ml, P=F/A, Q=It, R in series, R in parallel, V_{1} =R_{1}/Rt ´Vs, V=IR, P=IV, P=I^{2}R, P=V^{2}/R, pV/T(K)=constant

Make flashcards of

- The Kinetic theory
- Gas Laws
- Rules for series and parallel
- Circuit Symbols
- Rules for charges attracting and repelling
- Definitions of
- Pressure
- Temperature and average speed and kinetic energy
- Electric Fields
- Conservation of Energy
- Specific Heat Capacity
- Specific Latent Heat
- Power
- Current

Learn the units for all the electricity quantities, properties of matter and energy quantities.

I’ll add to this during the week as I have time

### If you are doing a PROPERTIES OF MATTER TEST

Look over some OLD Higher papers for the Pressure and Gas Laws as well as the relevant past papers above. I’ll look out the papers with question numbers as soon as I can.

If you’re doing the Waves and Radiation UASP I’ll get some revision plans up soon

Old/ traditional higher……

H 2015 Q7 and 24

H 2014 Q7 and 24

H 2013 Q7 and 24 not part c

H2012 Q7 and 24

H 2011 Q7 and 24

H 2010 Q7 and 23 b

H 2009 Q7 and 23 a,c

H 2008 Q7 and 23

These can be found on the higher part of the website.

Updated July 18