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AP Physics C Mechanics All Covered (Summer Crash Course)

Jadon G

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This series ended on October 14, 2023. All 1:1 and group chats related to this series are disabled 7 days after the last session.

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We'll go through all topics in AP Physics C Mechanics, from basic kinematics all the way to rotations and gravitation. Feel free to join even if you have no calculus background since we'll go through all math prerequisites as a part of this course (it won't turn into a calculus series). Without calculus, this course's content is very similar to AP Physics 1. Problem solving sessions where we go over specific problems after each topic will also be hosted between "lecturey" sessions. Also, the specific time and frequency of the sessions are undertermined, so the sessions you see now are only valuable in terms of its content.

Tutor Qualifications

I've scored a 5 on both AP Physics Cs and global rank 9 on PUPC Premier.


If you are new to physics, make sure that you follow each session. Also, doing practice problems I give out as assessments of this course is VERY VERY important. I will only assign a couple of them each week, some of them will be simple plug-in-variable questions while others will be more challenging, perhaps slightly beyond normal difficulty of AP Physics C. But I assure you they are very GOOD problems that will allow you think actively and understand more about the physics. In physics, it's 50% understanding the concepts and 50% practicing with problems, but the main thing is to have fun with it and I'll try as much as I can to make the problems and sessions interesting.


July 22 - October 14


49 / 50

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About the Tutor

Hi! My name is Jadon, and I'm a high school student in Shanghai, China. Academically, I love learning physics and especially like to ponder about hard problems. Favorite physicist (weird): Richard Feynman. I was actually very inspired to learn physics in an interview with Richard Feynman explaining things called "Fun to Imagine." Aside from that, here are some things that are also important about me. Favorite sport(s): Basketball & soccer (Lebron & Messi the GOATs) Favorite movie: Interstellar (best sci-fi film ever) Favorite TV show: Peaky Blinders I also like to read random books and articles that I find on a bookshelf or the internet. These may contain topics such as AI (I'm rather scared of it), philosophy, and literature (currently reading works by Raymond Carver, who doesn't like simple stories?).

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