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CIE A Level Physics Past Papers Solutions (Paper 1)

Cambridge A-level physics is easy to pass with grade A or A*, if you can work hard and be smart. A smart student would have gone through all the available past questions and find solutions to them. It is usual of Cambridge to bring out questions from CIE A level past papers. This means you would have come across some of the questions in the past papers if you have taken your time to study them and find solutions to them.

I have decided to provide explanatory answers to CIE a level physics past papers especially paper 1. And the reason is because CIE has already provided answers to a level physics paper 2 and paper 4 with a degree of explanation. But this is not so for paper 1 (the correct options are only supplied without detailed explanation on how they arrived at the answers).

It is also imortant that you know the key to excel in Cambridge A level exam by reading through some reasons why some students fail the exam. It is wisdom for you to look at the mistakes of others and try everything within your power not to repeat it. Click here to read the major reasons why people have “U/D” in A level.

I want to be uploading solutions to CIE A level physics past papers 1. This will help you to understand some CIE A level physics questions better.

Note: you will need to have the CIE past papers with you for you to relate it with the solutions

To download past papers for physics click here


Cambridge International Examination, CIE A Level Physics Past Papers Solutions (Paper 1)

The solution below is Cambridge A level physics past question for Oct/Nov 2017. Click and download

CIE physics 9702 oct

The textbook you are about to download contains all the AS and AL topics in Phyics 9702 and it will assist you to have a good grade in Cambridge A level Physics.

Download for free Preparatory guide Physics textbook for Cambridge A level, UTME, and Post UTME (pdf)

I will upload for other years as soon as possible.

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