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AP Physics C Electricity and Magnetism 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

Current 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 in Myron B Thompson Academy, Honolulu Hawaii
AP Calculus BC instructor of The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth in Johns Hopkins University
Current Certifications of teaching AP calculus AB/BC, AP statistics, AP physics 1,2 and C issued by College Board
Current math and physics 6-12 teacher’s license by Hawaii State Teacher Standards Board
Current math grade 7-12 teacher’s license by Maryland State Department of Education
A  bachelor of physics, a master of physics and a master of secondary education (math and physics)
Have taught math and physics in middle school, high school and college 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

Electric Potential and Electric Potential Energy:
Study the space surrounding charged particles and objects in terms of electric potential and solve problems using conservation of energy.

Week 2

Forces, Fields, and Electrostatic Relationships:
Review electric forces and electric fields and explore their relationships to electric potential and electric potential energy.

Week 3

Gauss’s Law, Electric Potential Difference, and Capacitance:
Study the process of describing the space surrounding charged objects, including electric field and electric potential. Review relating the potential difference between two equally and oppositely charged objects to capacitance.

Week 4

Dielectrics, Ohm’s Law, and Circuit Networks:
Study dielectrics as well as capacitor networks. Explore steady-state circuits and circuit networks through the concepts of Ohm's Law and power.

Week 5

Magnetism and the Biot-Savart Law:
Discuss what makes an object magnetic and review the calculus behind determining the magnetism created by moving charge.

Week 6

Ampère’s Law and Magnetism Applications:
Study Ampère's Law and its application to both lines of charge and solenoids. Explore magnetic fields due to both parallel and crossed geometries.

Week 7

Electromagnetism-Induced Current and Induced Fields:
Study the basics of electromagnetic induction, including everyday applications, and briefly review the theory of electromagnetism, including induced electric fields and electromagnetic waves.

Week 8

RC, LR, and LC Circuits:
Discuss RC, LR, and LC circuits, exploring the ways they are similar and ways they differ in both steady state and transient states.

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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