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Tables of Contents:

Mathematics

01. Numbers

  1. Surds

02. Quadratic functions

  1. Quadratic functions, graphs
  2. Factorisation of quadratic functions
  3. Quadratic equations
  4. Simultaneous equations
  5. Inequalities
  6. Quadratic inequalities

03. Polynomials

  1. Presentation of polynomials
  2. Algebraic manipulation of polynomials
  3. Division of polynomials
  4. The factor and remainder theorems
  5. Factorisation of polynomials
  6. Factorisation and roots of polynomials

04. Graphs of polynomials

  1. Sketching graphs
  2. Graphical solution of equations (1)
  3. Graphical solution of equations (2)
  4. Graphical solution of inequalities (1)
  5. Graphical solution of inequalities (2)
  6. Translations and graphs

05. Coordinate geometry

  1. Equation of a straight line
  2. Parallel and perpendicular lines
  3. Coordinate geometry of a circle
  4. The tangent
  5. The normal
  6. Intersection points
  7. Intersection points

06. Differentiation

  1. The derivative
  2. Differentiation of simple functions
  3. Differentiation of polynomials
  4. Finding gradients, tangents and normals
  5. Monotonicity
  6. Local extrema, stationary points, critical points
  7. Finding local extrema
  8. Finding maximum and minimum values
  9. Second-order derivatives

07. Integration

  1. The anti-derivative
  2. Integrating
  3. The definite integral
  4. Area under the curve

08. Numbers

  1. Laws of indices – rational exponents

09. Graph transformations

  1. Transformations of graphs (1)
  2. Transformations of graphs

10. Sequences and series

  1. Sequences
  2. Arithmetic sequence
  3. Arithmetic series
  4. Geometric sequence
  5. Geometric series
  6. Infinite convergent geometric series
  7. The binomial expansion

11. Trigonometry

  1. General angles
  2. General angles, angle measures
  3. Basic trigonometric functions
  4. Graphs of trigonometric functions
  5. Simple trigonometric equations
  6. Solving simple trigonometric equations
  7. The area of a triangle
  8. The sine rule
  9. The cosine rule
  10. Measuring the circle

12. Exponentials and logarithms

  1. Exponential functions
  2. The logarithm
  3. Basic exponential equations
  4. Exponential inequalities

13. Differentiation

  1. Derivatives of powers with rational exponent

14. Integration

  1. Integrals of powers with rational exponent
  2. Approximation of the area under a curve

15. Functions

  1. Functions – basic notions
  2. Composition of functions
  3. Inverse function
  4. The modulus function
  5. Transformation of graphs

16. Trigonometry

  1. Inverse trigonometric functions
  2. Other trigonometric functions
  3. Identities for trigonometric functions

17. Exponentials and logarithms

  1. The natural exponential function
  2. The natural logarithmic function

18. Differentiation

  1. Derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions
  2. Derivatives of trigonometric functions
  3. Differentiation rules (1)
  4. Differentiation rules (2)

19. Integration

  1. Integration of selected functions
  2. Integration methods
  3. Integration methods
  4. Volumes of revolution

20. Numerical methods

  1. Zeros of a function
  2. Approximate solution of equations
  3. Numerical integration – mid-ordinate rule
  4. Numerical integration – Simpson’s rule

21. Rational functions

  1. Rational expressions
  2. Rational functions
  3. Algebraic division
  4. Partial fractions

22. Coordinate geometry

  1. Equations of curves
  2. Parametric equations of curves

23. Sequences and series

  1. Binomial series
  2. Expansion of rational functions

24. Trigonometry

  1. Trigonometric functions of the sum and difference of angles
  2. Trigonometric functions of the sum and difference of angles
  3. Double-angle formulas

25. Exponentials and logarithms

  1. Exponential growth and decay

26. Differentiation and integration

  1. Differential equations
  2. Equations with separable variables
  3. Implicit differentiation
  4. Parametric differentiation
  5. Tangents and normals for implicitly and parametrically defined curves
  6. Integration using partial fractions

27. Vectors

  1. Vectors
  2. Algebraic operations on vectors
  3. Position vectors
  4. Vector equations of lines in 2-D
  5. Vector equations of lines in 3-D
  6. The scalar product 1
  7. The scalar product 2
  8. Perpendicular distance from a point to a line

Physics

01. Statics

  1. Forces
  2. Addition of forces
  3. Torque
  4. Equilibrium
  5. Forces and moments of forces in constructions

02. Kinematics

  1. Uniform motion
  2. Accelerating motion
  3. Distance in accelerating motion
  4. Description of motion in terms of vectors
  5. Circular motion
  6. Projectile motions

03. Dynamics

  1. The First and the Third Law of Motion
  2. Momentum
  3. Newton’s Second Law of Motion
  4. Forces in curvilinear motions
  5. Friction
  6. Air drag

04. Energy

  1. Work and energy
  2. Potential energy and kinetic energy
  3. Internal energy
  4. Power
  5. Collisions
  6. Simple machines

05. Rotational motion

  1. Angular velocity and angular acceleration
  2. Newton’s Second law for rotational motion
  3. Angular momentum
  4. Energy of rotational motion

06. Gravitational field

  1. Gravitational force
  2. Gravitational acceleration
  3. Potential energy
  4. Potential
  5. Satellites

07. Matter

  1. Density
  2. Stresses
  3. Hooke’s Law
  4. Temperature
  5. Heat transfer
  6. The states of matter

08. Mechanics of Fluids

  1. Hydrostatic pressure
  2. Atmospheric pressure
  3. Pascal’s Law
  4. Archimedes’ Principle
  5. Bernoulli’s Principle
  6. Movement of bodies in liquids

09. Gas Laws

  1. Gas transformations
  2. The Ideal Gas Equation
  3. Kinetic theory of gases
  4. Molar specific heat of a gas
  5. Adiabatic transition

10. Thermodynamics

  1. The First Law of Thermodynamics
  2. Heat engine
  3. Specific heat
  4. Sources of heat
  5. The Second Law of Thermodynamics

11. Electrostatics

  1. Coulomb’s Law
  2. Electric field
  3. Potential
  4. Capacitance
  5. Capacitors

12. Direct current

  1. Electric current
  2. Electrical resistance
  3. Resistors
  4. Electromotive force
  5. Work and power of electric current

13. Magnetism

  1. Magnetic field
  2. The magnetic field around current – carrying wires
  3. Electromagnetic force
  4. Application of electromagnetic forces
  5. The movement of a charge in a magnetic field

14. Alternating current

  1. Phenomenon of electromagnetic induction
  2. Generator and alternating current
  3. Transformer
  4. Transmission of electrical energy
  5. Current in a household

15. Electronics

  1. Electronics
  2. Light and current
  3. Transistors and gates
  4. Digital systems

16. Harmonic motion

  1. Oscillations
  2. Pendulum
  3. Energy of oscillations
  4. Resonance

17. Mechanical waves

  1. Mechanical waves
  2. Reflection and refraction of waves
  3. Diffraction and interference of mechanical waves
  4. Oscillations of a string
  5. The intensity of a wave
  6. The Doppler effect

18. Electromagnetic waves

  1. Electromagnetic waves
  2. Diffraction and interference
  3. Polarisation
  4. Application of waves for communication
  5. Signal encoding

19. Optics

  1. Reflection and refraction of light
  2. Spherical mirrors
  3. Lenses
  4. Optical instruments
  5. An eye

20. Atomic physics

  1. Radiation of objects
  2. External photoelectric effect
  3. Emission and absorption spectra
  4. Electron energy levels in an atom
  5. X-rays
  6. Waves of matter

21. Nuclear physics

  1. The structure of atomic nucleus
  2. Nuclear radiation
  3. Decay law
  4. Stability of the nuclei
  5. Nuclear fusion
  6. Nuclear fission
  7. Elementary particles

22. Astrophysics

  1. The Solar System
  2. Classification of stars
  3. Evolution of stars
  4. Galaxies

23. Theory of relativity

  1. The speed of light
  2. Time and distance
  3. Mass, energy and momentum
  4. General theory of relativity

Biology

01. Chemistry of organisms

  1. Chemical elements of the cell
  2. Carbohydrates: their structure, properties, occurrence and importance
  3. Lipids: structure, properties, occurrence and importance
  4. Proteins
  5. Biochemical tests, chromatography, electrophoresis and separation of tissues

02. Basics of cytology

  1. Morphology of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells as seen under the light microscope
  2. Current techniques in cytology
  3. Cell ultrastructures
  4. Specialization of cells
  5. Transport across membranes
  6. Cell division – mitosis
  7. Cell division – meiosis (reduction division)

03. Taxonomy

  1. Taxonomy
  2. Prokaryotes – simple organisms with no nucleus
  3. Protista
  4. Fungi
  5. Plants
  6. Animals – the invertebrates
  7. Animals – the vertebrates

04. Metabolism

  1. Enzymes as biocatalysts
  2. Industrial uses of enzymes
  3. Uses of enzymes in medical laboratories
  4. Metabolic transformations
  5. Autotrophic nutrition and photosynthesis
  6. Biochemistry of photosynthesis
  7. Factors affecting photosynthesis
  8. Cell respiration
  9. Aerobic respiration

05. Nervous coordination

  1. Excitability of neurones
  2. Transmission of nerve impulses from cell to cell – synapses
  3. Structure of the human nervous system
  4. Involuntary functioning of the nervous system
  5. Autonomic nervous system
  6. Receptors
  7. The eye
  8. Animal behaviour as a form of adaptation to the environment

06. Food ingestion and digestion

  1. Heterotrophic nutrition
  2. Nutrients
  3. Nutritional requirements
  4. The human alimentary system
  5. Food processing in the alimentary canal
  6. Absorption of digestion products
  7. Digestion of food rich in cellulose

07. Internal transport

  1. Transport of substances in animals
  2. Structure and functions of the heart
  3. Transport of substances in plants
  4. Transpiration

08. Respiratory gas exchange

  1. Respiratory surfaces
  2. Transport of respiratory gases
  3. Physiology of the human respiratory system

09. Physiology of muscles

  1. Physiology of muscle contractions
  2. Chemistry of muscle contraction

10. Reproduction

  1. Physiology of the human reproductive system
  2. Fertilization
  3. Development of the human embryo
  4. Birth control in humans and animals
  5. Growth and development of the organism
  6. The ageing process
  7. Sexual reproduction in plants

11. Homeostasis

  1. The concept of homeostasis
  2. Hormonal regulation
  3. Thermoregulation
  4. Regulation of glucose level in the blood
  5. The liver as a homeostatic organ
  6. Role of the kidneys in regulating water-electrolyte balance – Part 1
  7. Role of the kidneys in regulating water-electrolyte balance – Part 2
  8. Regulation of water loss in desert animals

12. Human health

  1. Characteristics of a healthy organism
  2. The concept of disease
  3. Bacterial diseases
  4. Parasitic diseases
  5. AIDS – an example of a viral disease
  6. Human immunity
  7. Coronary heart disease
  8. Cancer
  9. Actions of different groups of medicines

13. Genetic information

  1. DNA – the carrier of genetic material
  2. Organization of DNA in chromosomes
  3. Cloning of organisms
  4. Genetic code and protein synthesis
  5. Mutations
  6. Chromosomal mutations

14. Genetic engineering

  1. Genetic engineering techniques
  2. Medical applications of genetic engineering
  3. Transgenic organisms

15. Genetics according to Mendel

  1. Inheritance of a single trait
  2. Inheritance of two or more traits
  3. Inheritance of sex

16. Variation in organisms

  1. The nature of variation
  2. Factors influencing variation
  3. Elements of population genetics
  4. Speciation – the formation of species
  5. Different modes of speciation

17. Population

  1. Features of populations
  2. Biodiversity
  3. The ecosystem – an organized and functional unit of the natural environmental
  4. Energy flow and the circulation of matter
  5. Ecological succession
  6. Effects of human activity on ecosystems
  7. Agriculture – the conservation of biodiversity

Chemistry

01. Atomic structure

  1. The structure of the atom
  2. Development of atomic theory. Radioactivity
  3. Atomic spectra
  4. Electron configuration of atoms

02. Bonding

  1. Types of bonding
  2. Electronegativity and polarity
  3. Molecular shapes
  4. Valence bond theory and hybridisation

03. Phases and phase changes

  1. States of matter
  2. Phase changes
  3. Gas laws
  4. Intermolecular forces
  5. Structure of solids

04. Stoichiometric calculations

  1. Mole
  2. Chemical equations
  3. Practical importance of the mole
  4. Concentration

05. Periodic table

  1. The periodic table of the elements
  2. The trends in the properties of the elements in Period 3
  3. Periodic trends in the chemical properties of elements
  4. s-Block elements
  5. Chemical properties of s-block elements
  6. Elements of Group 17
  7. Reactions of halogens

06. Transition metals

  1. Electron configuration and periodic trends of transition elements
  2. Oxidation states of transition elements
  3. Transition metal complexes

07. Oxidation and reduction

  1. Oxidation states
  2. Redox reactions
  3. Extraction of metals. Part I
  4. Extraction of metals. Part II

08. Electrochemistry

  1. Voltaic cells
  2. Standard electrochemical potential
  3. Electrochemical series

09. Thermodynamics

  1. Enthalpy change and calorimetry
  2. Standard enthalpy change. Hess’s law
  3. Born-Haber cycle
  4. Enthalpy changes in the solution process
  5. Mean bond enthalpies
  6. Entropy
  7. Free energy

10. Reaction kinetics

  1. Reaction rate
  2. Collision theory
  3. Effect of concentration on reaction rate. Rate equation
  4. Effect of concentration on reaction rate. Graphical methods
  5. Effect of temperature and catalyst on the reaction rate
  6. Catalysts

11. Chemical equilibria

  1. Chemical equilibrium and equilibrium constant
  2. Factors affecting the chemical equilibrium
  3. Chemical equilibrium in the gas phase

12. Acids, bases and salts

  1. Dissociation of acids, bases and salts
  2. Brønsted-Lowry theory of acids and bases. Autoionisation of water
  3. pH as the universal acidity measure
  4. Weak acids and weak bases
  5. Salts in water solution
  6. Buffers
  7. Acid-base titration
  8. Titration curves

13. Reaction of metal ions in water solution

  1. Acid-base reactions of metal ions
  2. Ligand exchange reactions

14. Hydrocarbons

  1. Petroleum as the source of hydrocarbons
  2. Hydrocarbons as fuel
  3. Alkanes and cycloalkanes
  4. Chemistry of alkanes and cycloalkanes
  5. Alkenes
  6. Alkene reactions
  7. Haloalkanes
  8. Reactions of haloalkanes
  9. Alcohols
  10. Ethanol
  11. Reactions of alcohols

15. Compounds with the carbonyl group

  1. Aldehydes and ketones
  2. Reactions of aldehydes and ketones
  3. Carboxylic acids
  4. Functional derivatives of carboxylic acids

16. Aromatic compounds

  1. Benzene
  2. Electrophilic substitution

17. Organic compounds of nitrogen

  1. Structure and properties of amines
  2. Amines and amides: reactions and preparation
  3. Amino acids

18. Biologically important chemical compounds

  1. Fats and sugars
  2. Proteins and nucleic acids

Polymers

  1. Polymers types. Addition polymers
  2. Condensation polymers

General topics in organic chemistry

  1. Organic molecules
  2. Naming organic compounds
  3. Isomerism
  4. Organic reactions
  5. Analytical tests in organic chemistry

Spectrometric techniques

  1. Infra-red spectrometry. Part I
  2. Infra-red spectrometry. Part II
  3. Mass spectrometry. Part I
  4. Mass spectrometry. Part II
  5. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. Part I
  6. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. Part II
  7. Determination of molecular structure
  8. Absorption of visible light. Colorimetry

Environmental pollution by chemical products

  1. Pollution of air
  2. Pollution of water
  3. Pollution of land