Once you have been assigned a topic, make a preliminary research online so that you get a basic idea of what you will be writing about.
If you need to choose the topic yourself, find something interesting to work upon and at the same time make sure that enough resources are available on the topic.
Each student is required to undertake two specified investigations in their third year and to submit a pro forma report on these for assessment.
These additional investigations, based on the topics and learning outcomes in the syllabus, will be set by the examining body and will vary from year to year.
Some of the common Physics topics we have been writing on are Study of Motion, Vectors, Study of Forces(Newton's Laws), Universal Gravitation, Momentum, Energy and work, States of Matter, Thermodynamics, Atomic Theory, Gas Laws and many more.
So send in the details of your coursework and we will help you write a good paper.
ENG CS(ECS) 36A/B/C is a new series as of fall 2018 and has replaced ENG CS/ECS 30/40/60 courses.
Courses offered at CCCs with existing articulation to ENG CS/ECS 30, 40 and 60 will be honored for the next three academic years (2018-19, 2019--21).
Once you have all the information you need, begin the first draft of the coursework with the title page, the introduction, and the body of the paper followed by the conclusion and bibliography.
The Body is the heart and soul of your Physics coursework.