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AP Physics provides students with an understanding of the principles of Physics while strengthening their foundation. The AP Physics course is divided into two distinct parts with a year’s prep time needed for most students. The time is essential for students to get answers to all their questions related to Science and learn the subject. Initially known as Physics B, it has been replaced with AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2.
AP Physics 1 includes the Physics curriculum taught in the first semester of College. The course is Algebra based and includes mechanics, power, work & energy. Students are also introduced to electrical circuits in course of the year. They learn Physics in the classroom and by hands on activities to develop a better understanding of theories.
AP Physics 2 is similar to the College course taught in the second semester. It is also Algebra based and helps students to learn about electricity and magnetism; thermodynamics; fluid mechanics and atomic & nuclear physics.
You can go on to AP Physics 2 after successfully taking the AP Physics exam or right after finishing the Physics 1 course. You can also choose to take AP Physics 2 directly after an equivalent introductory course in Physics. Learn with a LIVE Online tutor to make course work easier. You will also learn to master the nuances of Pre-calculus by studying with qualified and experienced Physics tutors online.
AP Physics 1
AP Physics 1 course is divided into 10 units for ease of study. Your teacher or tutor may organize the content in the manner they find fit. You are advised to devote the right amount of time for each topic by glancing at the percentage of questions expected from each unit. This will help you in acing the exam.
|AP Physics 1||Percentage of Qs Expected||Multiple Choice Questions||Free Response Questions||Approx number of Sessions|
|Unit 1: Kinematics||10% to 16%||15||2||14|
|Unit 2: Dynamics||12% to 18%||40||2||15|
|Unit 3: Circular Motion and Gravitation||4% to 6%||40||2||7|
|Unit 4: Energy||16% to 24%||30||2||16|
|Unit 5: Momentum||10% to 16%||35||2||12|
|Unit 6: Simple Harmonic Motion||2% to 4%||20||2||4|
|Unit 7: Torque and Rotational Motion||10% to 16%||40||2||12|
|Unit 8: Electric Charge and Electric Force||4%-6%||15||2||4|
|Unit 9: DC Circuits||6%-8%||30||2||4|
|Unit 10: Mechanical Waves and Sound||12%-16%||30||2||12|
1.1 Position, Velocity and Acceleration
1.2 Representations of Motion
2.2 The Gravitational Field
2.3 Contact Forces
2.4 Newton’s First Law
2.5 Newton’s Third Law and Free-Body Diagrams
2.6 Newton’s Second Law
2.7 Applications of Newton’s Second Law
3.1 Vector Fields
3.2 Fundamental Forces
3.3 Gravitational and Electric Forces
3.4 Gravitational Field/Acceleration Due to Gravity on Different Planets
3.5 Inertial vs. Gravitational Mass
3.6 Centripetal Acceleration and Centripetal Force
3.7 Free-Body Diagrams for Objects in Uniform Circular Motion
3.8 Applications of Circular Motion and Gravitation
4.1 Open and Closed Systems: Energy
4.2 Work and Mechanical Energy
4.3 Conservation of Energy, the Work Energy Principle, and Power
5.1 Momentum and Impulse
5.2 Representations of Changes in Momentum
5.3 Open and Closed Systems: Momentum
5.4 Conservation of Linear Momentum
6.1 Period of Simple Harmonic Oscillators
6.2 Energy of a Simple Harmonic Oscillator
7.1 Rotational Kinematics
7.2 Torque and Angular Acceleration
7.3 Angular Momentum and Torque
7.4 Conservation of Angular Momentum
8.1 Conservation of Charge
8.2 Electric Charge
8.3 Electric Force
9.1 Definition of a Circuit
9.3 Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Loop Rule (Resistors in Series and Parallel)
9.4 Kirchhoff’s Junction Rule, Ohm’s Law (Resistors in Series and Parallel)
10.1 Properties of Waves
10.2 Periodic Waves
10.3 Interference and Superposition (Waves in Tubes and on Strings)
AP Physics 2
AP Physics 2 consists of 7 different units that includes various topics. The subjects are included in College curriculum of students taking the second semester. eTutorWorld’s expert online tutors will mentor you closely as you try to understand the concepts and develop the required skills. The percentage of questions expected from each unit is as follows.
|AP Physics 2||Percentage of Qs Expected||Multiple Choice Questions||Free Response Questions||Approx number of Sessions|
|Unit 1: Fluids||10% to 12%||40||2||12|
|Unit 2: Thermodynamics||12% to 18%||60||2||17|
|Unit 3: Electric Force, Field, and Potential||18% to 22%||75||2||21|
|Unit 4: Electric Circuits||10% to 14%||40||2||12|
|Unit 5: Magnetism and Electromagnetic Induction||10% to 12%||35||2||12|
|Unit 6: Geometric and Physical Optics||12% to 14%||50||2||14|
|Unit 7: Quantum, Atomic, and Nuclear Physics||10% to 12%||55||2||12|
1.1 Fluid Systems
1.3 Fluids: Pressure and Forces
1.4 Fluids and Free-Body Diagrams
1.6 Conservation of Energy in Fluid Flow
1.7 Conservation of Mass Flow Rate in Fluids
2.1 Thermodynamic Systems
2.2 Pressure, Thermal Equilibrium, and the Ideal Gas Law
2.3 Thermodynamics and Forces
2.4 Thermodynamics and Free-Body Diagrams
2.5 Thermodynamics and Contact Forces
2.6 Heat and Energy Transfer
2.7 Internal Energy and Energy Transfer
2.8 Thermodynamics and Elastic Collisions: Conservation of Momentum
2.9 Thermodynamics and Inelastic Collisions:Conservation of Momentum
2.10 Thermal Conductivity
2.11 Probability, Thermal Equilibrium, and Entropy
3.1 Electric Systems
3.2 Electric Charge
3.3 Conservation of Electric Charge
3.4 Charge Distribution— Friction, Conduction, and Induction
3.5 Electric Permittivity
3.6 Introduction to Electric Forces
3.7 Electric Forces and Free-Body Diagrams
3.8 Describing Electric Force
3.9 Gravitational and Electromagnetic Forces
3.10 Vector and Scalar Fields
3.11 Electric Charges and Fields
3.12 Isolines and Electric Fields
3.13 Conservation of Electric Energy
4.1 Definition and Conservation of Electric Charge
4.2 Resistivity and Resistance
4.3 Resistance and Capacitance
4.4 Kirchhoff’s Loop Rule
4.5 Kirchhoff’s Junction Rule and the Conservation of Electric Charge
5.1 Magnetic Systems
5.2 Magnetic Permeability and Magnetic Dipole Moment
5.3 Vector and Scalar Fields
5.4 Monopole and Dipole Fields
5.5 Magnetic Fields and Forces
5.6 Magnetic Forces
5.7 Forces Review
5.8 Magnetic Flux
6.2 Electromagnetic Waves
6.3 Periodic Waves
6.4 Refraction, Reflection, and Absorption
6.5 Images from Lenses and Mirrors
6.6 Interference and Diffraction
7.1 Systems and Fundamental Forces
7.2 Radioactive Decay
7.3 Energy in Modern Physics (Energy in Radioactive Decay and E = mc 2)
7.4 Mass–Energy Equivalence
7.5 Properties of Waves and Particles
7.6 Photoelectric Effect
7.7 Wave Functions and Probability
There are multiple courses available for students hoping to take an Advanced Placement exam in Physics. It is natural to be puzzled about the best course to take or the order of taking multiple exams. You need to be guided by an expert for picking the right course. Feel free to turn to a Physics tutor at eTutorWorld and prepare for the exams right away. Here are a few choices to consider…
It is best to go for a regular Physics course in High School first. This will help you to understand the basic concepts. Next, take AP Physics 2 and prepare yourself for College.
Take AP Physics 1 if you do not wish to pursue Physics in College. Learning the fundamentals of Physics and taking the exam successfully will give you an edge in the competition to your dream college. The College Board recommends AP Physics 1 course for students keen on studying Pre-Med, life sciences or Geology. You can always go ahead and take AP Physics 2 afterwards when you want to continue studying Physics in College.
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