The links contained in this section should be useful for A level, A2 and also IB courses. You should be able to find information that is useful for research and background reading throughout these courses, as well as sites which are helpful when you're preparing for exams, carrying out research for a project, pursuing a topic of particular interest or just browsing to see what you can find!.
The sites vary in level of difficulty from a relatively simple introduction to a topic to a more advanced treatment. This approach will allow you to use this site throughout your course and you should be able to find a site that matches your needs at all stages.
It is very important to note that no site should be viewed uncritically: most textbooks contain a few errors and the same will be true of websites.
If you find it useful when preparing a piece of work or writing a project to quote material from any of the sites you visit, make sure you acknowledge the author and site by referring to them in your bibliography. This will get you credit. Using internet sources without acknowledging them will only get you into trouble!
I hope you find the subject categories and sub-categories self-explanatory. They are consistent with the way Physics courses and textbooks are commonly structured.
When browsing through recommended sites, curiosity will draw you towards suggested links. These may well take you to other good sites that are not listed on Amazing Grades. If you do find other useful sites, please suggest appropriate links that can be added to the system so that others can benefit from your discoveries.