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**NEW HACK:** After analyzing over 20 years of JAMB physics exams, we’ve collated a list of specific topics that always get repeated year after year. If you have a good knowledge of these topics, you are good to go!

# 15 Topics You’ll Likely Find In The JAMB Physics 2025 Exam

### 1. Dimension and Unit Analysis

Understand how to analyze dimensions and units in correctly applying formulas. This includes knowing how to combine and manipulate different equations as you study physics. Knowing this will assist you in various calculations and help you solve questions more effectively.

### 2. Scalar and Vector Quantities

It is necessary to understand how to resolve vectors, work with triangular and parallelogram vectors, and break down vectors into different parts (for example, horizontal and vertical). These ideas will help you in other physics aspects, such as force and motion.

### 3. Work, Energy, and Power

Learning the basic formulas for work, energy, and power, including the relationship between them. Understanding work-energy principles and power calculations is vital. These topics are simple yet important and often appear in the exam.

### 4. Elasticity

You need to understand how to calculate elastic constants and work with Young’s modulus (tensile stress over tensile strain). This includes figuring out the original length, final length, force, and changes in length. You’ll need these when answering questions concerning material properties.

### 5. Machines

Study the efficiency, mechanical advantage, and velocity ratio of different types of machines. This includes levers, pulleys, and inclined planes.

### 6. Temperature and Measurement

Understand how to convert between temperature units (e.g., Celsius to Kelvin and vice versa) and how to use various temperature-measuring equipment. It is very important to understand these ideas to interpret data accurately and answer questions related to temperature.

### 7. Heat Energy

Read up on linear, area, and volume expansivity, as well as heat transport modes like conduction, convection, and radiation. Ensure you understand heat equilibrium, such as when a hot object is placed in water, and how to calculate heat transfer.

### 8. Electricity

Study static and current electricity, potential difference, resistance, and electromotive force. Also, learn how to calculate resistance in series and parallel circuits. Understanding concepts such as Ohm’s law and power calculations in electrical circuits is also important.

### 9. Gas Laws

The general gas equation (e.g., Boyle’s Law and Charles’s Law) is another commonly repeated topic. If you understand the underlying concept, it will help you most gas-related questions in the exam. Make sure you also read up on how changes in pressure, volume, and temperature affect gasses.

### 10. Forces

Know the major forces such as friction and Newton’s laws of motion. Learn how to apply the formula F = ma and ensure you understand principles such as impulse, momentum, and equilibrium of forces. These principles are necessary for solving force-related problems.

### 11. Motion

Motion is divided into two segments in physics. Learn the equations of motion and how to apply them to gravity and projectile scenarios. Also, make sure you understand concepts such as maximum height, how gravity influences velocity, and how to determine the speed and trajectory of moving objects.

### 12. Waves

Waves cover subtopics such as mechanical and electromagnetic waves, longitudinal and transverse waves, and their properties. Learn about sound waves, including speed, frequency, and wavelength.

### 13. Light

Under Light, focus on lens and mirror formulas, reflection and refraction, and the behaviour of various lens types. Make sure you are clear on light dispersion and the formation of shadows. Also, learn how to use lens and mirror formulas to solve visual and light difficulties.

### 14. Capacitors

You need to study capacitors in series and parallel and how to calculate capacitance. Be familiar with basic capacitance theories and formulas, including how to calculate the charge, voltage, and energy stored in a capacitor.

### 15. Fields and Modern Physics

Study gravitational and magnetic fields, including field lines, strength, and potential. Under modern physics, cover concepts such as radioactivity and nuclear physics. Understand the properties of alpha, beta, and gamma particles, as well as the process of radioactive decay.

As you study, keep referring to this list and ensure you understand all the concepts mentioned. You’ll also notice how easier it’ll be to answer JAMB physics past questions in your Edubaloo 2025 JAMB CBT App for Android or Edubaloo 2025 JAMB CBT IOS App.