The National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) has uploaded the Physics Syllabus for prospective students. This compendium on syllabi has been carefully collated and explicitly designed by subject experts to assist prospective candidates wishing to sit for NABTEB examinations. Prospective candidates will find the efforts put together in this volume very rewarding.
NABTEB Physics Syllabus in PDF – [Free of Charge]
This syllabus has been designed from the NBTE Curriculum for the sole purpose of examination.
It is designed to portray physics as a core science subject with emphasis on the acquisition of knowledge and skill associated with the concepts of Matter, Position, Time, Energy, Waves, Fields, Atomic and Nuclear Physics and Electronics.
The aims of the syllabus are to:
ensure that candidates acquire proper understanding of the basic underlying principles and applications of Physics.
develop scientific knowledge and skills which will be the spring board for further scientific studies and activities.
inculcate in students the general scientific processes and phenomena towards the eradication of ignorance and superstition.
develop relevant scientific attitudes such as precision, objectivity, initiative and inventiveness for the purpose of technological development.
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
This subject will be made of two papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2 – and will attract a total of 200 marks.
PAPER 1: will be the theory paper and will consist of two sections, A and B which will last for 2 ¾ hours
Section A: will comprise 50 multiple-choice objective questions drawn from all the areas of the syllabus. It will last for 1¼ hours for 50 marks
Section B: will consist of Five questions out of which candidates will be required to answer Four questions. It will last for 1½ hours for 80 marks.
PAPER 2: will be a practical test which will last for 2 ¾ hours and will comprise three questions out of which candidates are to answer any two questions for a total of 70 marks.
NOTE: Test-of-practical paper will be conducted as an alternative paper to real practical for private candidates during the November/December series.
It will last for 2 ¾ hours for a total of 70 marks and will comprise three questions out of which candidates are requested to answer any two questions.