Forces Questions - GCSE Level

Don't forget to look at the GCSE questions on moments too!

... and the GCSE Kinetic Theory questions (gas laws)

There are also a lot of old SATs questions from KS3 that are relevant to this topic.

The harder questions at KS3 were equivalent to a grade B GCSE standard (Level 7 in current GCSE).

Take a look at these questions too:

Forces SATs Questions - Pressure SATs Questions - Moments SATs Questions

 

Q1
13 marks
Terminal velocity - cyclist
Q2
12 marks
Terminal velocity - laboratory experiment
Q3
9 marks
Buoyancy - Newton's equation - weight and mass
Q4
7 marks
Pressure in a liquid
Q5
8 marks
Bouncing ball - motion - graph
Q6
16 marks
Hooke's Law Experiment
Q7
7 marks
Pascal's Vases and pressure in liquids
Q8
11 marks
Free body diagrams and resolving vectors
Q9
10 marks
Stopping distances - reaction time
Q10
11 marks
Experiment - pulling an object up a ramp
Q11
4 marks
Sprinter - acceleration
Q12
13 marks
Stopping distances - experiment - thinking distance
Q13
10 marks
Water slide at a theme park (higher level question)
Q14
4 marks
Hydraulic syringe system
Q15
6 marks
Centripetal force
Q16
8 marks
Pressure and moments
Q17
10 marks
Circular motion
Q18
10 marks
Hooke's Law - exercises
Q19
8 marks
Jetpack on water
Q20
14 marks
Different shapes falling through a fluid
Q21
12 marks
Toy rocket launch
Q22
6 marks
Car on circular track
Q23
14 marks
Experiment with a trolley
Q24
12 marks
Sudden braking of a car
Q25
16 marks
An aircraft - scalar/vector, work done, acceleration
Q26
12 marks
Skydiver
Q27
8 marks
Sprinter from starting blocks
Q28
8 marks
Train journey
Q29
9 marks
Water slide at a theme park (foundation level question)
Q30
15 marks
Model car