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Physics Series

6

A year of Physics in One Month

2nd session

Fast paced course on Physics.

Ananya B

11/20

Crash Course Physics– Mechanics in 6 Weeks!

Starts

This course will go over mechanics at a fast pace. After taking this course, you will be well prepared to take Physics 1 next year, or Physics C Mechanics. This course is a starter level course, and no prior Physics is required. Depending on whether or not you guys want to, I can cover the calculus concepts as well!

Recommended knowledge: Algebra 1&2

No prior Physics knowledge required

Bill C

2/10

AS Level Physics

2nd session

Hi there! Each session, we will go over a different topic in AS Level Physics and I will first teach the subjects in an intuitive manner, then provide questions. These sessions will be quite flexible depending on requests. Please come to any session with any question.

** More sessions after the waves topic will be available soon!

Ivan H

2/20

Physics through Problems (slower)

2nd session

Each week, we'll solve problems in neatly organized problem sets prepared by me, with questions from lovely books, mainly Concepts of Physics by HC Verma. Instead of focusing on a particular class or exam, this year long journey will cover all the main topics of High School Physics, ensuring proficiency in all.

This series aims to improve your general physics understanding through a range of problems, starting with very simple basics and going to beautiful, complex, and interesting problems that get tougher, the kind that will make your foundations & concepts as strong as cement. Join me, and soon you'll see, how challenging yet elegant a problem can be! Learn to get a kick from solving problems, and start loving Physics with me :)

Learners are welcome to join mid series whenever they want, and only attend sessions for topics they feel relevant. This is completely open: join and leave as you wish, we're only trying to make physics fun!

Please note, we will be covering a lot of topics which may or may not be relevant based on your goals, I am trying to make the series comprehensively include all of HS Physics. Feel free to join and leave mid series and attend only sessions that you feel are worth it for you.

Hosted by a Tutor with ambitions of Physics Olympiad and accolades in Junior Science Olympiad.

(More Sessions will be Updated Shortly, 47*2 weekly sessions spread out, though learners are welcome to join for only a few sessions as they wish.)

Dhruv S

7/40

Mechanics - 1

Starts

We will cover all concepts of mechanics - 1 and I will provide in-depth questions and answers on the topics every day.
1) Introduction
2) Vectors for physics
3) Calculus for Physics
4) 1D Kinematics
5) 2D Kinematics
6) Projectile Motion
7) Uniform Circular Motion
8) Force and Laws of Motion
9) Work, Energy and Momentum
10) Collisions and Power
11) Centre of Mass
12) Torque and Angular Velocity, Acceleration and Momentum
13) Centre of Gravity
14) Moment of Inertia
15) Rotational Motion Kinematics
16) Universal Law of Gravitation

And do practice problems. The sessions will be weekly twice, and you will be provided practice problems daily with solutions and discussions of doubts will happen every session. We can edit the pace according to you all.

The pre-requisites will be:
1) Algebra: Basic algebra, Linear equations and linear inequalities, quadratic equations and functions(basics)
2) Geometry: Basics, Co-ordinate Geometry (Basics), Understanding angles
3) Trigonometry: Trigonometric identities and equations, Sine and cosine rules, Unit circle and trigonometric functions, Graphs of trigonometric functions
4) Statistics: Mean, median, mode, and standard deviation, understanding of data representation and interpretation.

Let's have fun and learn.

PS: I will be adding more sessions.

SK Parthiv P

1/15

Physics through Problems (Faster)

Starts

{A Parallel to the Original Physics through Problems with different timings}

AP Level Physics.

Each week, we'll solve problems and questions from lovely books, mainly Concepts of Physics by HC Verma. Instead of focusing on a particular class or exam, this 2 year long journey will cover all the main topics of High School Physics, ensuring proficiency in all.

This series aims to improve your general physics understanding through a range of problems, starting with very simple basics and going to beautiful, complex, and interesting problems that get tougher, the kind that will make your foundations & concepts as strong as cement. Join me, and soon you'll see, how challenging yet elegant a problem can be! Learn to get a kick from solving problems, and start loving Physics with me :)

Learners are welcome to join mid series whenever they want, and only attend sessions for topics they feel relevant. This is completely open: join and leave as you wish, we're only trying to make physics fun!

Please note, we will be covering a lot of topics which may or may not be relevant based on your goals, I am trying to make the series comprehensively include all of HS Physics. Feel free to join and leave mid series and attend only sessions that you feel are worth it for you.

Hosted by a Tutor with ambitions of Physics Olympiad and accolades in Junior Science Olympiad.

Note: I expect basic understanding of the topics in question before attending the session so we can jump right in into beautiful problems. If you'd like to attend a series which goes slower, join Physics through Problems (slower), where we follow the same basic idea but devote 2 sessions per topic to give time to build from more basic foundations.

Dhruv S

2/40