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AP Physics 1 Exam Prep Course 10 Weeks

Saturdays: 2 pm - 4 pm Eastern Standard Time

Tuition: $995
Multiple Course Discount: $80 off  for all courses after the first course.


Yang Li

College Board AP calculus and AP physics Reader
Adjunct professor of math and physics in University of Hawaii
Teacher of AP calculus AB/BC and AP physics 1, AP physics 2, AP physics C at Myron B Thompson Academy, Honolulu Hawaii
AP Calculus BC instructor of The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth in Johns Hopkins University (online)
Certifications of teaching AP calculus AB/BC, AP statistics, AP physics 1,2 and C issued by College Board
Math and physics grade 6-12 teacher’s license by Hawaii State Teacher Standards Board 

Math grade 7-12 teacher’s license by Maryland State Department of Education
Bachelor of physics, master of physics and master of education (math and physics)
Have taught math and physics in college, high school and middle school face to face and online for 30 years.

Dr. James Salvail

Ph.D of science, master of science and a bachelor of science. 
Adjunct professor of math, physics and chemistry at University of Hawaii, Hawaii Pacific University, Chaminade University
Math and science teacher in Maryknoll High School and Kalani High School.

Christopher Wrenn

Bachelor of science, a master of science and a master of art. 
Adjunct professor of math and physics at University of Hawaii


Week 1

Understanding Motion and Kinematics:  
Kinematics, including the relationships between relevant variables such as time, position, and velocit

Week 2

Understanding Forces and Newton’s Laws:
Dynamics, with a focus on Newton’s laws and free-body diagrams.

Week 3

Understanding Circular Motion and Gravitation:
Circular Motion and Gravitation, focusing on free body diagram representations of uniform circular motion.

Week 4

Understanding Work and Energy:
Energy, focusing on energy transformations and the concepts of systems and work.

Week 5

Understanding Impulse and Momentum:
Momentum, examining impulse and conservation of momentum in elastic and inelastic collisions.

Week 6

Understanding Simple Harmonic Motion:
Simple Harmonic Motion, including properties and concepts related to mass-spring oscillators and simple pendulums. 

Week 7

Understanding Torque and Rotational Motion:
Torque and Rotational Motion, such as angular kinematics, angular momentum, and the titular torque

Week 8

Practice with Mock
Free-Response Questions:
Review free response questions like those found on the AP Physics 1 Exam.

Week 9

Practice Exam 1
Study test taking strategies and practice exam. 

Week 10

Practice Exam 2
Study test taking strategies and practice exam. 

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