#### Physics

#### Physics

### Physics Series

## Relationships Between Physical Quantities in terms of Calculus (AP Physics C: Mechanics)

3rd session

This series will cover relationships between different physical quantities in AP Physics C: Mechanics in terms of calculus, with relationships in a specific unit being covered each week. Prior knowledge should include both a conceptual understanding of integrals and derivatives and an ability to integrate and differentiate to solve problems, as well as completion of AP Physics 1 or equivalent. Materials needed will include a graphing calculator, paper, and a pen/pencil, because practice problems will be provided.

Nairi D

## Road To 5: AP Physics I

5th session

This series will give you a head start for your AP Physics I class this coming year. We will cover all the topics covered in the AP Physics exam and go through past year FRQs and some MCQs to better understand the concepts. Throughout the series, we will use Khan Academy's AP Physics I course for practice problems. Note: I've only added 2 sessions so far. After the first 2 meetings, we can decide to change the meeting times or continue with the same for the rest of the If needed, we can have additional Q/A sessions to clarify concepts and work through multiple practice problems.

Abhishai G

## Summer AP Physics 1 Review/Introduction

15th session

This series can serve two purposes: it can be a review of AP Physics 1 for students taking AP Physics 2 next school year or it can be an introduction to AP Physics 1 for students taking it next school year. If you are in either one of these categories, feel free to join the sessions! I'm going to be covering all 8 units in the AP curriculum in this series and depending on the students, we might go at different paces for each unit. (I've only added five sessions but I add on sessions depending on our pace). I hope this series helps students feel more prepared for whatever physics course they are taking next school year.

Nandana M

## AP Physics 1 Summer Crash Course

11th session

This crash course is designed to be a conceptual preparation for students taking college/AP Physics 1 course in the fall. We will cover the first seven units of AP Physics 1 (Kinematics, Dynamics, Circular Motion & Gravitation, Energy, Momentum, Simple Harmonic Motion, Rotational Motion) so that you will have a solid grasp of the concepts before the school year starts! Suggested Prereqs: Algebra II and some Right-Angle Trigonometry Looking forward to teaching y'all!

Amogh S

## Have Fun While Preparing for AP Physics 1!

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This series is for anyone taking the AP Physics 1 course/exam this upcoming school year who would like a comprehensive preview of the AP Physics 1 Exam and the content covered in the course. Whether you're self-studying or taking the class online or in person, come have fun while preparing for AP Physics 1! I love physics, and I'm really excited to help set you up for success in the class and on the exam! We will start with a broad overview of the course and exam, and then focus on one unit per session, covering essential concepts, equations, and practice problems. I will also share resources and study tips for each unit, in order to ensure that you can achieve your AP Physics 1 goals! Last year, as a high school junior, I took AP Physics 1 online, and scored a 5. While AP Physics 1 is admittedly a difficult class, it is simultaneously fun and fascinating, and I strongly believe that everyone is capable of success with the right preparation, resources, and study strategies! This course is designed to be a foundational step in your preparation for success.

Hanna G

## AP Physics 1 session

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In these sessions, I plan to introduce the students to the concepts of AP Physics 1. I have taken the test and know what the students should be focusing on and what not. I hope to enhance people's understanding of physics in this series and make it more interesting.

Yashmmit K

## AP Physics C Mechanics

7th session

I plan to cover topics inside the scope of AP Physics C Mechanics, which are: 1. Kinematics 2. Newton's Laws of Motion 3. Work, Energy, and Power 4. Linear Momentum 5. Rotation 6. Oscillations 7. Gravitation The learns should expect a lesson to be broken down into small parts, where instruction is followed by example problems, and they should expect to participate in solving the example problems.

Siddhartha B

## AP Physics 1 Overview

12th session

Over the course of the series, we will review the updated 2024-2025 AP Physics 1 curriculum. We will spend about two days outlining each unit, where we will have a balance of lecture and practice problems!

Giovanna C

## AP Physics 1 Prep Class

7th session

My goal is for you to be ready to get an A in your class and a 5 in the AP exam next May. Each week we will go over 1/2 --> 1 unit of AP Physics I Mechanics content. For larger units such as Rotation, Kinematics, and Dynamics we will take 2 days instead of one. Units that will be covered are: Kinematics, Dynamics, Circular Motion/Gravitation, Energy, Momentum, Simple Harmonic Motion, and Rotational Motion. The only materials that are necessary are a ruler, pencil/paper, and a calculator.

Anish P

## AP Physics 2 Preperation Group

11th session

*NOTE* Will add more sessions In this series, we will cover the AP Physics 2 curriculum in 2 2-hour sessions per week. We will cover the entirety of the AP Physics 2 curriculum, covering Fluids, Thermodynamics, Electrostatics + Circuits, Magnetism, Optics, and some Nuclear Physics. I'll try to include quizzes for each topic and we'll go over practice MC and FRQs from the actual AP test! Make sure to join my series if you want to prepare yourself for AP Physics 2 and learn most of the material!

Praneeth O

## Electricity & Magnetism for AP Physics C

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Each week we will review a topic in the AP Physics C Electricity & Magnetism curriculum including Coulomb's law and electric potential, Gauss' Law, Kirchhoff's Law's for circuits, RC circuits, Magnetostatics + Ampere's Law, Faraday's Law + Induced emf, and inductors in circuits. Throughout the lesson I can provide problems that help build a conceptual understanding and students can ask questions.

Ethan B

## AP Physics C: Mechanics Jump Start

2nd session

Nervous about the upcoming year of AP Physics C? This series is excellent for those who have made the brave decision of taking AP Physics C: Mechanics and want to get a head start on their class. I'll also introduce AP-style questions. A foundation of calculus is recommended before taking this series!

Shamak G

## Prep for AP Physics 1 for Samantha J

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We'll be introduced to all the topics of AP physics 1 and we'll do some practice.

Paul F

## Ap Physics Summer Practice and Review

7th session

Each week we will go over crucial topics in the AP Physics curriculum. As an Ap physics 1 5 scorer, I understand the exams set-up and tricks. Join up to help keep the basics covered and ready to take Ap Physics 1 and show your teachers how much of a physics rockstar you are!

Youssef A

## Jump start in Physics/AP Physics 1

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Jumpstart your physics journey with an AP 5-scorer! Master fundamentals, gain confidence, and get prepared for an easy A in the class.

Alexander S

## AP Physics C: Mechanics

3rd session

How does Newton's mind work?🤔 In this series let's find that out! Combining Calculus and Physics, we go into Newton's brain, and hopefully pass AP Physics!👏 It is not extended until May yet, because I do not know my schedule, but I will keep this going!

ZiXi P

## Introduction to AP Physics C

5th session

I hope to cover various units and parts of units in AP Physics C Mechanics and AP Physics C Electricity and Magnetism in this series. I want to teach concepts and then go over sample scenarios and practice problems. After reviewing all topics for a unit, I want to go over AP Physics C questions released by College Board if time permits.

Ishanvi K

## AP Physics 1: 5's All the Way

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Each week, we will go over modules within the AP Physics 1 syllabus, go over exam questions, and as AP exams get closer, we will also share tips, practice exams, and review packets to help ensure learner success.

Sudeeksha V