Physics Exam Papers

Free Exam Papers (Physics)

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‘O’ Level / Prelim Physics Exam Papers

  1. Maths Physics Hub
    Quite a large collection of recent (2017) Physics Exam Papers, ranging from top schools (ACS, Nan Chiau, etc.) as well as neighborhood schools (Fuhua, Zhonghua, Xinmin, etc.).
  2. Test Papers Free
    A large collection of Pure Physics as well as Combined Science (Physics) exam papers. No login is required, however the interface is a bit messy. But you should be able to find quite a few Physics Test Papers.
    A treasure trove of school papers (including Physics Pure and Combined, Express and Normal Academic (NA)). Needs login to download.

‘A’ Level / Prelim Physics Exam Papers

    This weirdly titled Google Drive (“Electric Boogaloo”) contains a mega-database of JC Prelim papers for Physics. Exam papers ranges from H1 to H3, and from the years 2008 to 2019.

Note: The Free Physics Test Papers listed above are hosted on external sites independently. Sometimes, the site may be down or the link may be broken.


H2 Math JC1 Past Year Practice Papers


Need extra practice for JC 1 H2 Maths?

Check out the Highly Condensed H2 Maths Notes, plus the H2 Math JC 1 Past Year Practice Papers (collated out of actual school papers).

Full solution included.

Topics include JC 1 topics like Functions and Graphs, Transformations, Inequalities, Differentiation, and others.

Ideal time to practice this is before JC 1 Promos / Block test, or after JC 1 during the December Holidays for revision.


Start Maths Revision Early for the Best Results!

O Level Group Tuition @ Bishan starting in 2014!

Maths is a subject that requires students to start revision / practice early!

It needs consistent practice and last minute studying is not going to work well!

Many students have the wrong concept that they can start practising questions one or two months before the O Levels. The problem is, without constant practice, the questions from the Ten Year Series would be too difficult for students to even begin attempting the questions! This is especially true for Additional Mathematics. This leads to panic and is not the desired study strategy. This is the main reason why it is possible to score very low (less than 20 marks out of 100) in Maths, if the student does not have solid foundation or has lack of practice. To avoid this scenario, start practicing and revising Maths now! Many students already start studying / learning in advance during the December holidays. January is still a good time to start! As the Chinese proverb states: “一年之计在于春一日之计在于晨”, the best time to begin planning for a task is in Spring.

Also, the current O Level Maths is not like the O Level of the past! Due to higher education standards nowadays, and competition from foreigners (especially China students whose pet subjects are Maths and Chinese), the bell curve for E Maths has shifted very very high. Rumours have it that 90 marks is necessary for a guaranteed A1 in E Maths.

On the bright side, it is very possible to improve in Maths with practice. Look at the Mathematics questions in O Levels, one long question is around 10 marks. Answering that one question correctly will already boost your score by 10 marks. (2 grades). Answering two long questions correctly will boost score by a whopping 20 marks!

Hesitate no longer! Start revising for your Maths now!

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Tip: Using Google “filetype” filter to search for Free Exam Papers

This is a handy tip to search for Free Exam Papers on Google.

(Note: Google is very powerful, but it can only search for exam papers that are already online in the first place)

Since most exam papers are in PDF format, we can restrict our search to PDF files by adding the phrase “filetype:pdf” to the Google search.

For example, searching “hwa chong maths sec 2” in Google does not yield many exam papers.

Searching “hwa chong maths sec 2 filetype:pdf” returns a much better result, including some worksheets and test papers.



O Level 2007 E Maths Paper 2 Q3 Solution (Geometry Question)

\angle DAB=\angle DCB
(opposite angles of parallelogram)

\displaystyle\angle PAD=\frac{1}{2}\angle DAB=\frac{1}{2}\angle DCB=\angle RCB


\angle PAD=\angle RCB
(from part a)

\angle ADC=\angle ABC
(opposite angles of parallelogram)

\displaystyle\angle ADP=\frac{1}{2}\angle ADC=\frac{1}{2} ABC=\angle RBC

Thus, triangles ADP and CBR are congruent (ASA).

\angle ADC+\angle DAB=180^\circ
\angle DAP+\angle ADP=90^\circ

Considering the triangle ADP,
\angle DPA=180^\circ-90^\circ=90^\circ

\angle DAB+\angle ABC=180^\circ

\angle BAQ+\angle ABQ=90^\circ

Considering the triangle ABQ,
\angle PQR=180^\circ-90^\circ=90^\circ

Sec 3 Hwa Chong Institution Maths Test Papers and Resources


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Sec 2 IP (HCI) Revision 1: Expansion and Factorisation

This is a nice worksheet on Expansion and Factorisation by Hwa Chong Institution (HCI).

There are no solutions, but if you have any questions you are welcome to ask me, by leaving a comment, or by email.

Hope you enjoy practising Expansion and Factorisation.

The worksheet may be downloaded here:

Expansion and Factorisation by Hwa Chong Institution (HCI)


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