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HSC Physics Resources - MegaGuide

Wednesday 24th, February 2021

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In this resource megaguide, we’ve listed a whole heap of resources you might find useful in your HSC Physics revision. 💯

If you’re keen to subscribe to our regular HSC newsletter and stay on top of all of our HSC resources, your best bet is to make an ATAR Notes account:



A great place to start for HSC study is our range of free notes! Generously uploaded by those who have come before you, these notes are by students, for students.

For HSC Physics notes specifically, go here. Note that you will need to be logged in to your ATAR Notes account to download the notes – otherwise you’ll just be met with a blank screen!

When the time comes, it would be amazing if you could upload your own notes, too – even through the year!


Also uploaded to our free notes section are our HSC Physics lecture slides from previous free lectures. These lectures are specifically designed to not only provide an overview of the course material, but also give tips and tricks from a recent graduate high-achiever.

To download the Physics lecture slides, go here (and remember, you need to be logged in!).


If you’re keen on study videos, you’re in luck! We also have a series of excellent revision videos on concepts you can brush up on. Here’s the very first video in the series:

But you can find the full series – plus videos for lots of other HSC subjects – on our free videos page. If you like, you can also subscribe to our YouTube channel to make sure you’re the first to know about new videos – we’re uploading new content all the time!


We have a dedicated section on the ATAR Notes Forums for HSC Physics discussion, where you can get help for any content or questions you’re struggling with. Free help from current and past students – we really recommend using this as much as you can!

Join the community, get involved, and see your marks improve. 📈  The forum also has a heap of useful content guides and discussions, such as (note that some may be from previous syllabuses):

→ HSC Physics questions thread
→ How to get a Band 6 in HSC Physics
→ Foolproof method for maths questions in HSC Physics
→ HSC Physics: 8 mistakes every student makes
→ Unlisted Physics formulae
→ Motion and kinematics
→ Rocket launches
→ Relativity
→ Special relativity (additional)
→ Motors
→ Generators and induction
→ Transformers and AC power
→ Cathode rays
→ Photoelectric effect
→ Semiconductors
→ Superconductors


We’re always publishing new HSC articles for you to sink your teeth into. Here are some of our favourite HSC Physics-related articles from time gone by (note that some may be from previous syllabuses):

→ A student’s guide to surviving HSC Physics
→ 60 hours until Physics
→ How to get a Band 6 in Physics
→ Quantum physics in 10 minutes
→ HSC Physics: 8 mistakes every student makes


We recommend checking out our HSC study guides for a range of subjects, but particularly for HSC Physics if you’re looking for a helping hand!

Our HSC Physics Complete Course Notes contain content you need to know for your assessment tasks and exams, written from the perspective of a past high-achieving student.

With a summary of key concepts, and clear explanations of every section of the syllabus, this book focuses on clarifying your understanding of all the examinable material, so you can focus on maximising your marks.

Our HSC Physics Topic Tests contain both originally-written practice questions, as well as questions sources from past NESA exams. Each of these questions also has an accompanying solution rich with detail and specifically designed to help improve performance in exam-style questions.


Learn from ATAR experts as part of our HSC tutoring program, TuteSmart – the best online HSC tutoring.



We hear you! We’ll be offering heaps of new (and varied – very exciting!) HSC Physics resources, and we’d love for you to be the first to know. If you haven’t already, the first step is simply to make an ATAR Notes account. 😍

Best resources for Year 12 Physics - ATAR Notes HSC

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