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AP Physics 1 Course Preparation


We'll go through every unit in the AP Physics 1 curriculum. I'll be sharing my knowledge, doing practice problems, and even ap-style questions to help you get prepared for the upcoming school year. If you are interested in getting ahead and doing good in physics next year you have come to the right place!!

Sumedh G

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A dive into Flight Mechanics ✈️

    2nd session

We will begin our journey to understanding how we launch our plane into the air—crunching this SKY-HIGH journey's physical and mechanical aspects! (Will be adding more sessions as we move ahead)

Arya D

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AP Physics Made Easy

    16th session

Taking AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based this fall but worried that it will be challenging or you won't do well? In this series, we'll go through the AP Physics curriculum, not just to learn the topics. Instead, we will identify the conceptual ideas seen throughout the course and build mastery on them. And we will mainly work on the skills that seem challenging at first but are actually really easy to grasp. It's not just Physics we're learning, I will also teach you some study tips that helped me, we'll create great notes for each unit and I'll point you to some amazing review resources! The only things you must bring to the session must be pencils/pens, a notebook (or paper), a calculator, and a motivated mind to learn. I haven't added all the sessions yet, and they will be added as the series begins as I want to gather feedback from you, and what is best suited for you! Each session is subject to change in terms of content since some topics might be more challenging than others. If these timings aren't working for you, please let me know in the "Public Discussion" and I will work out something!

Ammar R

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How ideas from Computer Science and Physics affect our lives

    21st session

We'll go through important ideas in the domain of Computer Science (Game Theory, Exploration/Exploitation tradeoff, Search and Decision making in uncertainty etc.) and Physics (Concept of relativity and time, resonance, entropy/information etc) and understand how we can apply these concepts to understand aspects of our own lives. These sessions will be interactive, so you'll be the explorers and I'll be your guide.

Pratik A

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Physics Review

In this session I’m planning to go through the very basics of physics (starting with Kinematics) and covering some practice problems. Depending on who joins, we can cover more basic level physics or start with AP physics.

Reena B

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