Year 11 Physics Tutoring

We have built a brand new program for the new Year 11 Preliminary HSC Physics syllabus at a level of depth and rigour unmatched across the state. Our carefully designed classes thoroughly cover every aspect of the syllabus, ensuring every student has the ability to perform at their full potential.

Our Approach to Year 11 Physics

Each week, our year 11 students are supplemented by practical notes, weekly workbooks and access to 1,000+ past papers to help them build an in-depth understanding of course material. Project Academy represents the most personalised support system any high school student can have.

1. Classes & Teachers

Every week, your qualified Physics teacher tailors each lesson to your needs. Classes are small, no larger than 15 students each and homework sets are personally marked by tutors who give thorough, personalised feedback.

2. Tutorials & Tutors

Tutorials are weekly 1 – 4 private sessions with a personalised Physics tutor, who will act as your personal guide throughout the year. Your dedicated tutor will be responsible for your weekly progress and act as your go-to for any assistance you require.

3. World-Class Resources

Every Project Academy student receives access to an unmatched library of resources through our custom made tech ecosystem. This includes exclusive past papers, textbooks, and state-rank calibre notes not accessible anywhere else.

Meet the Leading HSC Physics Minds in NSW

Ranging from HSC State Rankers, to scholars at MIT and Wharton, our tutors are hand picked based on academic performance and teaching prowess. All teachers have a record of producing amazing results amongst their students.

Edward Medlock
Physics Head

B.Sc (Advanced Maths)
All-Rounder at SHORE
4 Years Experience

Cory Aitchison
99.95 ATAR

B.Sc (Physics & Econometric)
Dux of Knox Grammar
6th in NSW for Economics
12th in NSW
for Chemistry
1st in Physics

Kathryn Chen
99.85 ATAR

Doctors of Medicine (MD) 
All-Rounder at James Ruse
9th in Physics
9th in Chemistry

Rishabh Jain
99.80 ATAR

B.Eng (Hons) & B.Sc
All-Rounder at Baulkham Hills
7th in Physics
7th in Chemistry
2nd in Biology

World-Class Resources

Project Academy provides you with everything you need for HSC success. NSW’s best Physics tutors, incredible resources and unlimited support is just the beginning.

Comprehensive Notes

Our notes cover every aspect of the syllabus in detail and explores the underlying mechanics to build a thorough level of understanding


1,000+ Past Papers

We’ve collected past papers from schools over the past 10 years and organised them into an app, with solutions, on your Project iPad.



20 Mock HSC Exams (LEAP)

Our rigid weekly exam program that tests students in supervised conditions that parallel the HSC. LEAP is a program that prepares students for the worst possible scenario, pushing them to acknowledge any content gaps and any weaknesses in exam techniques or study habits.

Weekly Workbook

Our workbooks help you capture class content in a neat, structured way so that you remember how to approach every HSC problem.


1,000+ Exam Style Questions

We’ve designed a question bank of over 1,000 original exam style questions based on our forecast of what the next HSC might be like.



Past Paper Questions By Topic

From our 1,000+ Past Papers, we’ve organised the best questions into exercises for you to work through, including detailed solutions.

Course Structure

Be always one term ahead of school. Our Year 11 Physics program is specially designed so that you are ready to sit the HSC an entire month beforehand.


Exam A
Prac Test & Review


Exam B & Review
Waves and Thermo


Waves and Thermo
Exam C & Review
Electricity & Mag
Exam D & Review


Kinematics Crash Course
Dynamics Crash Course
Waves Crash Course
Electricity Crash Course
General Crash Course
Adv Prelim 1: Mechanics
Adv Prelim 2: Electromag
Adv Prelim 3: Light
Bonus Content and Skills

Note: The accelerated class is on Sunday at 1pm.
We are open to adjusting the course structure and opening new classes.
Please contact us for details.

Join Project Academy


  • 2.5 hours of weekly classes with our world-class tutors

  • Unlimited tutorials included on top of your weekly class

  • Daily live support from tutors till 11pm

  • A Project Academy iPad, with all custom made apps and resources

*Weekly rate is $129. $32 hourly rate is the effective rate you enjoy if you attend one 2.5 hour class and one 1.5 hour tutorial every week.

At $1290 per
10-week term

Early bird and yearly enrolment discounts available

Additional iPad
rent $4/week

3 Week Trial

Leave anytime and pay nothing if we don’t match your standards in the first 3 weeks.

No Lock-in Contracts

We will never lock you into Project Academy. Quit at anytime and get refunded.

Unlimited Support

Unlimited Q&A and learning sessions until you understand everything, at no extra cost.

No Extra Charges

We will never charge you if you need anything extra – from extra classes to printing, to food!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do i study for Physics in Year 11?

Compared to subjects like Maths, Physics requires a greater emphasis on understanding the theory because concepts, laws, theories and formulae can be complicated to understand. Using different sources like school teachers, textbooks, YouTube (and Project Academy!) will help you learn these concepts and gain an appreciation for them. Then, textbook questions and past paper questions are essential to practice applying and communicating your knowledge. In Maths, writing equations and formulae are more straightforward, but explaining awesome principles in Physics requires more practice, something that Project Academy tutors emphasise very strongly and would love to help you master.

Are Year 11 and 12 Physics hard?

Year 11 and Year 12 Physics certainly contain some advanced principles, but these are what make the subjects so interesting and fascinating. The concepts you explore will include electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, projectile motion, gravitational analysis of planets and satellites and more. Naturally, as the concepts we explore get more interesting and intricate, they can be harder to understand as well. However, an open mindset and genuine curiosity for the subjects will make them seem like a treat to study, rather than a chore or difficult task.

What are the differences between Year 11 Physics and Year 12 Physics?

Year 12 Physics builds on many of the principles that are learnt in Year 11 Physics. For example, after exploring the foundations of Module 4: Electricity and Magnetism in Year 11 Physics, including how charged particles move in magnetic fields and how circuits operate, students will apply these concepts to transformers, generators and motors in Module 6: Electromagnetism, and to Module 7: The Nature of Light, to understand how light was found to be a wave-particle duality. Similarly, concepts of Kinematics and Dynamics (Modules 1 and 2) are further explored in Module 5: Advanced Mechanics, in the contexts of Projectile Motion, Circular Motion and Gravitational Motion.
While Year 11 Physics primarily focuses on understanding concepts and equations, Year 12 Physics also explores the theories established and experiments conducted by scientists across the last few centuries, such as the significant debate between Sir Isaac Newton and Christiaan Huygens to determine the nature of light. This helps students understand the process of scientific discovery, and gain an appreciation for the modern theories of Physics that guide the world we live in.

What are the most important topics in Physics?

This is a question that many students often ask, such as, "Which Module is the most important? Where should I focus my time and attention?" However, in order to be a successful Physics student, it is crucial to understand that these topics and modules are interwoven, not isolated. Physics questions will often require students to pick out concepts and syllabus dot points from across the modules, and synthesise them into a response that answers the question well. Focusing only on one or a few topics will weaken your ability to produce such responses and create cohesive answers that consider multiple physics principles.

Support: 0451 196 697

Level 1, 29 Anderson Street,
Chatswood NSW 2067