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2018-19 Academic year

Exam Timetable 18-19 If you are taking exams from other departments, please check relevant department’s webpage for examinations timetable.

SQT ’18 timetable – Supplementary Qualifying test will take place late August. SQT exam timetable will be confirmed after Examiners’ meeting in July

If you have SQT(s) for BPEs module(s) you will be contacted by Businesss school directly. You can reach them at [email protected]

 

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Imperial first UK university to gain international animal welfare accreditation

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Examinations If you have further questions, you can try the Exams and Feedback FAQs .

The Physics Student handbook has a useful section on  Examinations, Assessment and Feedback  as well as information on continuous assessment .

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General Information

  • Exam Stress Workshop   
  • Registry Examinations Information  – This provides full details and a number of links, including appeals .
  • Registry Examination Instructions
  • Registry Resit Regulations  
  • The calculator supplied for use in examinations is the Casio FX-83GT Plus. Please note that from 1 January 2014, the old model previously provided, the Casio fx-83ES, will no longer be used. Read a guide on how to use the fx-83GT Plus . Demonstration models of the FX-83GT Plus are available to use at the Undergraduate Office.
  • Please do not use red or green pens on your exam scripts. These colours are used by the markers.
  • Blackett Formula Sheet
  • Registry Special Examination Arrangements Details & Policy  
  • Exam Histograms  (2013-onwards)
  • Scaling document
  • Information on examinable material for lecture courses affected by industrial action in Term 2 of the 2017-18 academic year

Past Exam Papers

All Exam Papers

The papers provided here are up to date as of the relevant examination that candidates sat in April/May/June. If any corrections were made to the paper during the examination, where possible the corrected paper is provided. If later revisions of the examination papers are received, the date of upload will be noted next to the relevant paper.

View exam papers from 2008 to 2017   (if you have not accessed these files before please  login to Box )

Mock Exam Papers

Year 1
  • Mechanics Vibrations and Waves (first year) Mock Examination Paper  – Uploaded February 2013

Notes:
Questions featured in this mock examination paper are not new, and have been adapted from previous years’ papers.
The mechanics questions in this mock paper are from 2012; the solutions for the 2012 paper are available  here .

Year 2
  • Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics (second year) Mock Examination Paper  – Uploaded March 2013.

Past Comprehensive Papers

Our Comprehensive Papers have a long tradition in the Physics Department, being the main method by which students are tested on their grasp of how to apply the few laws of physics in mostly unfamiliar situations.  Being a test of ‘thinking on your feet’, the Comprehensives are highly valued by employers and research groups, so a good result is sure to give tutors something to shout about in writing references! By their nature, they are quite difficult, and the only route to success is practice, practice, practice. I know what I’m talking about – I had to do them myself some years ago! To help you on your way, we have compiled a complete archive of recent Comprehensive Papers for you to try for yourself. Some papers have model solutions so you can see the style and detail of solution expected.

Martin McCall [11.04.13]


Useful documents

  • Year 3 Introduction Talk [October 2018] ‌  – Updated October 2018
  • Dr Jonathan Eastwood’s  Advice for the Comprehensive Exam
Exam reports
  • Comps Exam Feedback Report 2018
  • Comps Exam Feedback Report 2017
  • Comps Exam Feedback Report 2016
  • Comps Exam Feedback Report 2015 [updated]
  • Exam report 2014 for Comps I and II
  • Exam report for  2013 Comp I  and  2013 Comp II
  • Exam report for  2012 Comp I  and  2012 Comp II
  • Exam report 2011 for Comps I and II
  • Exam report 2010 for Comps I and II

View past comprehensive papeRS


Corrections

Corrigenda for Comprehensive Papers  [Updated 03.12.08]

For further infomation on Comprehensive Papers contact  Prof Joanna Haigh 

Criteria for assessment of the exam essay and short notes questions

 

Model Solutions

MODEL SOLUTIONS TO EXAMINATION QUESTIONS

These model answers are provided as a guide to students as to what is expected in a good solution to an examination question.  Due to the process by which they have been compiled it is unavoidable that there will be a few cases for which the model answer given here does not match the question asked in the final form of the examination paper.

We don’t have control over the exams run by other departments (e.g. Computational Neuroscience is organised by Bioengineering) and as a result you might find that we don’t have solutions for some papers. Other missing solutions could be due to being unable to find them or lecturers requesting that they are removed. We only host the last 3 sets of model answers. 

View model solutions.


NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS TO EXAMINATION QUESTIONS

Below are the numerical solutions to some the Year 1 Physics. This is so that students using examination questions for practice can check that they have achieved the correct answers. Full worked solutions are not given here, just the numerical answers. Every effort has been made to ensure that these numbers are accurate. 

  • Numerical solutions for the 2006 Year 1 Physics papers

REAL EXAMPLES OF EXAMINATION BOOKLETS  – examples of real student attempts to answer questions in exam conditions. All examples are from 2004. All files are PDF.

Exam Contacts

Most examination enquiries can be answered using the materials on the Physics webpages, however, if you have further questions please see the list of contacts below:

General examinations enquiries should be directed to the Examinations and Information Officer, Victor Urubusi

Email: [email protected]  
Phone: 020 7594 7508
Office: 313A, Blackett Laboratory

During the examinations season, if you have an urgent enquiry (for example, on the day of an exam you arrive in College and are unsure where the exam is taking place) and the Examinations and Information Officer is not available, please contact the Undergraduate Office:

Office: 317, Blackett Laboratory
Phone: 020 7594 7510 / 020 7594 7511

For enquiries about study support, mitigating circumstances and other welfare issues, contact the Senior Tutor, Professor Jing Zhang:

Email:  [email protected]
Phone: 020 7594 7524
Office: 308, Blackett Laboratory

For enquiries about special examination arrangements, contact Mery Fajardo:

Email:  [email protected]
Phone: 020 7594 7513
Office: 306, Blackett Laboratory

Exam Season

For the Examinations Timetable, please see the ‘ Timetables ‘ section of the Physics website.

Candidates who have confirmed Special Arrangement provisions and have been assigned an individual room will be contacted via email to confirm their examination venues.

  • File:  Candidate Guidance ‌ 

Description: This document provides a helpful summary of how to complete the processes at the exam venues. It includes details on the use of the examination labels and seating plans. Please familiarise yourself with the contents of this document. 

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Imperial entrepreneurs are among Europe’s most outstanding young innovators, according to MIT Technology Review’s annual ‘Innovators Under 35’ list.

Imperial innovators are “changing the face of science and technology”

An Imperial researcher is part of an international team that has discovered a rare and exceptionally well-preserved crustacean.

Tiny crustacean had a heart more than 400 million years ago

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Physics Undergraduate Student Handbook

The Student Handbook contains all the information you need to get started in the Physics Department, as well as lots of tips and advice that you will find useful throughout your time at Imperial College.

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 Bob Forsyth Welcome to the Undergraduate pages of the website.  Here you will find all the information that you need to support your studies in the Physics Department.  The links below provide information about your course, including timetables, options, examinations, administration and student welfare. The Student Handbook is full of tips and advice about how to make the most of your time at Imperial, as well as careers advice and how to feed back your views on the Department. 

I hope you enjoy your time in the Physics Department!

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