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Coursework Digital e-Content

Virtual Class is an interactive e-content ( multimedia - text, sound, graphics and animations) for a particular class per subject covering a whole year's work as per the Syllabus. Subscribe to platinum membership to get 4 CDs of your choice and a free Educational resources listed below:

Platinum Membership Plan Ksh.2400
* 4 e-Content CDs of your choice ( delivered as a parcel)
*2006 to 2013 County Mocks Past Papers with Marking Schemes
* 2000 to 2013 KNEC KCPE Past Papers with Marking Schemes
* 1995 to 2013 KNEC KCSE Past Papers with Marking Schemes
* 2006 to 2013 County Mocks Past Papers with Marking Schemes
* 2000 to 2013 KNEC KCPE Past Papers with Marking Schemes
* 1995 to 2013 KNEC KCSE Past Papers with Marking Schemes
* 2010 to 2014 MID-TERM & END TERM Papers for FORMS 1 - 4
* IGCSE Past Papers
* College & University Term Papers and Proposals
* College & University Revision Notes
* CPA Comprehensive Notes and Tests
* Primary & Secondary Class Notes ( 8-4-4 Syllabus)
* Video Tutorials and Animated Graphics
* MP3 Audio Lessons ( lecture) Downloads
* School Registration Codes
* Schemes of Work - Primary & Secondary for 8-4-4
* KCPE & KCSE Online Registration Manuals
* Self Improvement - Inspirational E-books
* KCSE Examiners Speak on Quality Grades
* Candidate Performance Report for 2011
* Resources Recommended for KCPE and KCSE Revision
* 2014 Topical Revision Questions Form 1 - Form 4
* 2015 Forn 4 Entry Exams
* 2015 Kabarak, Sacho, Sunshine / Nakuru Mocks  with Marking Schemes
* 2014 KCSE PAST PAPERS
* 1 Hour Power Packed CD Talk by KCSE Examiners

Platinum membership is for 1 year but the CDs are yours to keep. If you only want a CD without membership registration ,each costs 1200/- 

CLICK HERE TO PLAY - FORM 3 BIOLOGY SAMPLE

 

Linear Motion
Introduction
Definition of Terms
Distance
Displacement
Speed
Velocity
Determination of Velocity
Acceleration
Determination
Due To Gravity
Using Ticker Tape Timer
Motiontime Gras
Displacement time
Constant Velocity
A Stationary Body
Increasing Velocity (accelerating)
Gradient ofaGra
Decreasing Velocity (decelerating)
Velocitytime Gras
Increasing Acceleration
Decreasing Acceleration
Newton's Laws of Motion
Newton's First Law of Motion
Inertia
Momentum
Newton’s Second Law of Motion
Impulse
Newton’s Third Law of Motion
Recoil Velocity
Collisions
Elastic Collisionsb
Inelastic Collisions A
Law of Conservation of Linear Momentum
Friction
Friction in Solidsh Friction Otob Matchstickc
Fluid Friction Or Viscosity A
Refraction of Light
Refraction
Critical Angle
Total Internal Reflection
Application of Total Internal Reflection
Prism Periscope
Optical Fibre
Dispersion of Light
Waves Ii
Wave Properties
Reflection
Page Plane Waves Hitting a Straight Reflector At
Page Plane Waves Hitting a Reflector At an Angle
Page Plane Water Waves Hitting a Concave Reflector
Page Plane Water Waves Hitting a Convex Reflector
Page Circular Water Waves Hitting a Concave Reflector
Refraction of Waves
Diffraction Diffraction small
Interference
Page Constructive and Destructive Interference
Stationary Wavesh Tandingwavessmallxb
Current Electricity
Roduction
Ohm's Law
Resistance
Arrangement of Resistors
Resistors in Series
Resistors in Parallel
Derivation of Formulae For Effective Resistance Ac
Application of Resistors and Resistance
Fuse
Arrangement of Bulbs and Fluorescenubes
Potentiometer
Heating Effect of an Electric Current
Demonstration On Heating Effect
Observation and Conclusion
Factors Affecting the Heat Produced
Amount of Current
Time Taken
Equations For Electrical Energy and Power
Applications of Heating Effect
Bulbs
Electric Kettles
Electric Iron
Fuse
Electrostatics II
Definition ofaCapacitora
Capacitors in Circuit Diagrams
Arrangement of Capacitors
Capacitors in Series
Capacitors in Parallel
Charging and Discharging of Capacitors
Rgy Stored InaCapacitor
Factors Affecting Capacitance
Distance Betwn Plates
Area of Overlap
Dielectric Material
Quantity of Heat
Introduction A
Heat Capacity and Shc
Latent Heat of Fusion
Demonstrating Latent Heat of Fusion
Demonstrating Latent Heat of Vaporization
Cooling Curve of Naphthalene
Refrigerator
Working of a Refrigerator
Worked Example
Gas Laws
Kinetic Theory of Gases
Boyle’s Law
Charles’ Law
Pressure Law
 

As a supplementary to coursework content our e-library for digitized multimedia CDs while enhance and ensure that you never missed that important concept during the normal class lessons. It is a Do it Yourself Project

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This e-Content Digital CD covers all the topics for a particular class per year. One CDs costs 1500/- ( Per Subject per Class ).

The CD will be sent to your nearest Parcel Service. Pay the amount to Patrick 0721806317 by M-PESA then provide your address for delivery of the Parcel. Ask for clarification if in doubt.

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