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Important Changes in the AP Exams 2020 due to the Novel Corona Virus Outbreak
- Instead of the traditional face-to-face exam administrations, students will take a 45-minute online free-response exam at home.
- For each AP subject, there will be 2 different testing dates.
- The full exam schedule, specific free-response question types that will be on each AP Exam, and additional testing details will be available by April 3.
- Any student already registered for an exam can choose to cancel at no charge.
- Not all the topics listed on the AP Physics course will be included in the AP Exam 2020. Below is a list of the topics that will be covered and those which not be:
|AP Subject||Exam Question(s) will only cover:||Exam Question(s) will NOT cover:|
|Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism||Units 1-3||Units 4-5|
|Physics C: Mechanics||Units 1-5||Units 6-7|
For more information https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/about-ap/news-changes/coronavirus-update
AP Physics C Tutoring
AP Physics C is divided into two different parts. You could opt for taking both exams on the same day or take each part separately. Both courses are calculus based with AP Physics C: Mechanics being equivalent to a semester of College level Physics course. AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism is also similar to a semester of College Physics course that specializes in electricity & magnetism. All courses are offered by the “American College Board.” The exams are also conducted by the College Board with students being offered College credits after completing the test successfully.
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Handling the pressure of attending regular school and studying for AP physics simultaneously can be challenging. It is best to enroll for online personalized tutoring sessions and ace the exam with the required score. Expert Physics tutors at eTutorWorld are knowledgeable about the topics included in each course and equipped to guide their students perfectly. Physics theories related to mechanics or electricity & magnetism are taught in an environment conducive to learning each concept that is explained clearly to the students. Each session also prepares the students for a hands-on laboratory experience in change, force interactions, fields, and conservation.
AP Physics C : Electricity and Magnetism
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism framework is divided into 5 units consisting of one sequence. The tutors and school teachers have the flexibility to organize the units according to their convenience. Physics tutors of eTutorWorld are qualified to teach Electricity and Magnetism to students who aspire to take up Physics in College. Students can expect the following percentage of questions to be included from each unit when they appear for AP Physics C exam.
|AP Physics Electricity and Magnetism||% of Questions expected|
|Unit 1: Electrostatics||26%-34%|
|Unit 2: Conductors, Capacitors, Dielectrics||14%-17%|
|Unit 3: Electric Circuits||17%-23%|
|Unit 4: Magnetic Fields||17%-23%|
|Unit 5: Electromagnetism||14%-20%|
The students must understand the core concepts of Electricity and Magnetism and develop a deep understanding of the theories involved. The practical applications through classroom studies and hands-on experiments conducted in laboratories are included in the course too.
Online tutors help their students learn the fundamentals and progress beyond the basics of Physics. Expert tutors instruct the students and guide them to make the required connections. This helps them to learn the entire subject according to the framework developed by the College Board. The course content for AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism consists of the following components
1.1 Electrostatics: Charge 1 and Coulomb’s Law 6
1.2 Electrostatics: Electric Field and Electric Potential
1.3 Electrostatics: Electric Potential Due to Point Charges and Uniform Fields
1.4 Electrostatics: Gauss’s Law 5
1.5 Electrostatics: Fields and Potentials of Other Charge Distributions
2.1 Conductors,Capacitors, Dielectrics: Electrostatics with Conductors
2.2 Conductors,Capacitors, Dielectrics: Dielectrics
3.1 Electric Circuits: Current and Resistance
3.2 Electric Circuits:Current, Resistance, and Power
3.3 Electric Currents:Steady-State Direct Current Circuits with Batteries and Resistors Only
3.4 Electrostatics: Gauss’s Law
4.1 Magnetic Fields: Forces on Moving Charges in Magnetic Fields
4.2 Magnetic Fields: Forces on Current Carrying Wires in Magnetic Fields
4.3 Magnetic Fields: Fields of Long Current Carrying Wires
4.4 Magnetic Fields: Biot–Savart Law and Ampère’s Law
5.1 Electromagnetism:Electromagnetic Induction (Including Faraday’s Law and Lenz’s Law)
5.2 Electromagnetism:Inductance (Including LR circuits)
5.3 Electromagnetism: Maxwell’s Equations
AP Physics C : Mechanics
The course work for AP Physics C: Mechanics is divided into 7 distinct units that form a sequence of the required topics. The teachers and tutors have the flexibility of arranging these units at convenience. You can understand the percentage of AP Physics exam questions expected from each unit by going through the table below
|AP Physics Mechanics||% of Questions expected|
|Unit 1: Kinematics||14%-20%|
|Unit 2: Newton’s Laws of Motion||17%-23%|
|Unit 3: Work, Energy, and Power||14%-17%|
|Unit 4: Systems of Particles and Linear Momentum||14%-17%|
|Unit 5: Rotation||17%-20%|
|Unit 6: Oscillations||6%-14%|
|Unit 7: Gravitation||6%-14%|
Physics tutors at eTutorWorld are experts in principles and practical application of Mechanics. They are well equipped to guide you effectively by helping you with AP Test Prep.
Glance through the details of the course work and learn to understand the concepts of Mechanics using calculus.
1.1 Kinematics: Motion in One Dimension
1.2 Kinematics: Motion in Two Dimensions
2.1 Newton’s Laws of Motion: First and Second Law
2.2 Circular Motion
2.3 Newton’s Laws of Motion: Third Law
3.1 Work-Energy Theorem
3.2 Force and Potential Energy
3.3 Conservation of Energy
4.1 Center of Mass
4.2 Impulse and Momentum
4.3 Conservations of Linear Momentum, Collisions
5.1 Torque and Rotational Statics
5.2 Rotational Kinematics
5.3 Angular Momentum and Its Conservation
Unit 6: Oscillations (Multiple-Choice: ~10 questions Free-Response: 1 question)
6.1 Simple Harmonic Motion, Springs and Pendulums
7.1 Gravitational Forces
7.2 Orbits of Planets and Satellites
AP Physics C is further divided into AP Physics Mechanics and AP Physics Electricity and Magnetism. You can opt to take one exam at a time. You can also decide to take both exams on the same day. A few schools offer an individual course for the duration of a semester.
Experts recommend aspirant engineers and students hoping to major in Physical sciences to take AP Physics C along with AP Calculus AB or BC.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Can I take AP Physics C without prior knowledge of Physics?
Physics C is equivalent to a second year course in College. It is best to be prepared before taking the exam. You would also need to know Calculus in order to register for the course. Students who are enrolled in a calculus course are also eligible to take the AP Physics C course(s).
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What is the format of AP Physics Mechanics?
You have 45 minutes to answer 35 Multiple Choice questions included in Section 1. You will get an additional 45 minutes for answering 3 free response questions from Section 2. You may use a four-function, scientific /graphing calculator for answering both sections.
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism?
45 minutes is allotted for answering 35 Multiple Choice questions of Section. Another 45 minutes is provided for answering 3 free response questions included in Section 2. The total time provided for taking the exam is 90 minutes. Students may use a four-function, graphing or scientific calculator during the exam.
However, changes have been made to the format and dates of the 2020 AP exam due to the COVID-19 outbreak. For the latest updates, kindly refer https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/about-ap/news-changes/coronavirus-update
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