[J2] Term 1 Week 9 (2-8 Mar) Updates/ Debrief

[J2 Physics PMCians] Becoming a Pro in Electricity


What we did in 2 hours:

We continued building up our understanding of Electromagnetism (EM), and studied how Torque is created on a coil in a B-field. We then examined how a current-carrying conductor can remain stationary on a smooth slope!


We then had paired work, racing against the other groups to complete the 4Q quizzes.

Click here for test links(if you missed the lesson)

What you take home:

Click on the link below to download and test how good your EM concepts are. 

Daily Dose to the rescue!!

Special Mention:

Next lesson we will use all the concepts we learnt and apply them to Moving Charges in a Magnetic field. You should then be able to understand how the beautiful and mystical Aurora Borealis (also called the Northern Lights) happen.

[J2 Maths PMCians] Complex Numbers Revision


What we did in 2 hours:

It’s time for complex numbers! This week we focused more on the Cartesian form, and more polynomials-based questions. That’s half of the chapter, hopefully the A levels question has given you some confidence!


RI Class: We kicked off Vectors Revision, covering all of the basics and important operations. This puts us in good stead for the lesson this week, where we apply all our skillsets.

Special Mention:

This week we will be doing questions with a modulus/argument form focus, so as always do warm-up!


RI Class: Be ready for an intense session, come prepared with your line/plane operations ready to go!

[J2 Chemistry PMCians] A new chapter of Organic Chemistry


What we did in 2 hours:

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We have completed Carbonyl Compounds and looked at how to tackle what most students arguably say is the hardest question type in organic chemistry – Structural Elucidation questions. We moved onto Carboxylic Acids & its Derivatives.



We have completed Halogen Derivatives and began on Hydroxyl Compounds.

What you take home:

You should have received the booklet called “Recalling Organic Reactions”, which is a progressive way to recall information on the 60 odd organic reactions. Read the booklet more to understand how the various levels could benefit you in your learning.

Special Mention:

Next lesson, we will conclude the chapters we have begun, in preparation for our March Common Test. In the two lessons during March holidays, let us look at Periodic Table and Structured Questions in Organic Chemistry.


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