The AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based Preparation Course is designed to help high school students prepare for the Advanced Placement (AP) Physics 1 exam. This exam covers a variety of topics in physics, including fluids, thermodynamics and more.
Throughout the course, students will engage in a variety of learning activities, including lectures, discussions, problem-solving exercises, and lab experiments. These activities will help students build a solid understanding of the fundamental concepts in physics and develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
In addition to the course content, students will also receive comprehensive test preparation resources, including practice exams and review materials. These resources will help students feel confident and prepared for the AP Physics 2 exam.
- Comprehensive review of the most challenging areas of the AP Physics 2 curriculum.
- Strengthened conceptual understanding of key topics.
- Engagement in interactive activities like discussions, group work, and independent research projects to develop critical thinking skills and the ability to apply physics concepts to real-world situations.
Students and their parents will receive brief feedback after each class regarding the student’s general participation in class. Students will also receive feedback on graded assignments via email.
1.5 hours per class, 8 classes in total, 12 hours of classes