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Our Objective

The year 12 Physics program at Cosmos aims at helping students understand all the concepts in Physics in detail and score maximum marks in their assessments and final exam. We achieve this by providing them with the ultimate combination of our interactive lectures, study material, quizzes, worksheets and continuous formative assessments. Students learn the entire year 12 Physics  syllabus as per the latest NSW curriculum in full depth.  Students need to attend one class every week along with an optional doubt clearing class every weekend. Each class is 2 hours long with a 10-minute break in between. Students are motivated to keep their assessments up to date on google classroom and parents receive report cards every term containing detailed statistics of their children's test scores. Students can ask our teachers to help them personally with their school homework before/after class hours. 

Weekly Course Schedule

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Physics Syllabus

Projectile Motion


  • The trajectory of a projectile
  • Modelling projectile motion

Circular Motion


  • Uniform circular motion
  • Applications of the uniform circular motion model
  • Energy and work in uniform circular motion
  • Rotation and torque

Motion in Gravitational Fields

  • The gravitational force and the gravitational field
  • The orbits of planets and satellites
  • Kepler’s laws
  • Energy in gravitational fields

Charged particles, conductors and electric and magnetic fields


  • Charged particles in uniform electric fields
  • The trajectory of a charged particle in a uniform electric field
  • Charged particles in uniform magnetic fields
  • The gravitational, electric and magnetic fields

The Motor Effect


  • Current-carrying wires in magnetic fields
  • Forces on parallel current-carrying wires

Electromagnetic Induction


  • Magnetic flux
  • Electromagnetic induction
  • Transformers

Applications of the motor effect

  • DC motors
  • Generators and AC induction motors
  • Lenz’s Law and conservation of energy

Electromagnetic Spectrum

  • Maxwell’s contributions to the theory of electromagnetism
  • The production and propagation of electromagnetic waves
  • Determining the speed of light
  • The electromagnetic spectrum
  • Astronomical applications of spectroscopy

Light: Wave Model

  • Competing models
  • Diffraction patterns and interference
  • Polarisation.

Light: Quantum Mechanics

  • Black body radiation
  • Investigating the photoelectric effect
  • Analysing the photoelectric effect

Light and Special Relativity

  • Frames of reference and relativity
  • The aether and problems with classical relativity
  • Einstein’s Theory of Special Relativity
  • Experimental evidence for relativity
  • Relativistic mass and momentum
  • Einstein’s mass–energy equivalence relationship: E = mc2

Origins of the elements

  • Radiation transforms into matter
  • The expanding Universe
  • The production of spectra
  • Features of stellar spectra – classifying stars
  • The Hertzsprung–Russell diagram
  • Einstein’s equivalence of mass and energy
  • Nucleosynthesis in stars

The Structure of the atom

  • The electron
  • Thomson’s charge-to-mass ratio experiment
  • Millikan’s oil drop experiment
  • The nucleus
  • Chadwick’s discovery of neutrons

Quantum mechanical nature of the atom

  • Bohr’s atomic model
  • Spectra
  • Energy, frequency, wavelength and the hydrogen spectrum
  • de Broglie’s matter waves
  • Modern quantum mechanics

Properties of the nucleus

  • Spontaneous decay of unstable nuclei
  • Properties of alpha, beta and gamma radiation
  • Decay and half-life
  • Energy from the nucleus
  • Nuclear fusion

Deep inside the atom

  • Are protons and neutrons fundamental particles?
  • Further evidence for fundamental particles
  • The Standard Model of matter


Parents Say

Our Students'


Shree K.

Alex M.

Sai R.

Alp D.

Kendra L.

Jay C.

Amol Kumar

My child loved the tutoring. He had no interest in science when he started but he now enjoys it. Shariq made the subject really interesting by showing students videos and doing activities in class. 

Alvin White

Great place for study. students can come anytime and study in the study rooms and also ask questions to teachers. Sai and his team is extremely helpful.

Yousef Mohammed

Rate 5 stars. Nice campus and learning environment. Students are taught several practical based things apart from regular academics.

Tanishka Reddy

Flexible teaching style. Teachers understood that my child was able to catch things fast and already knew the content so they promoted him to the next class and taught him the full syllabus. My son enjoyed his experience.

Sameer Reddy

Received lot of study material for practice. Online quizzes and tests were pretty helpful. Certainly recommend.

Kiran Badekar

Very good coaching center. Nice staff and location.

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Test Yourself


Max Marks


Structure of the atom

Properties of the nucleus

Light and special relativity

Electromagnetic spectrum​

The motor effect











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