AP Physics is high school selective courses equivalent to college level introductory physics course. AP Physics C has very low percentage of 5 in all AP exams. Scoring a 5 in AP Physics C will surely make your college applications stand out. It’s possible to waive the equivalent course (4 credits) in college too, with at least a 4.

Each lesson is divided into lectures and exercises, with homework and corrections every week. The last class is the final exam. This course is suitable for students in grades 9-12 who have not taken physics or are learning physics. The content of the course starts from the basic concepts and goes from basic to the deeper. Mathematics requirements: basic algebra （Algebra I is enough but Algebra II is better） to know how to solve simple equations, quadratic equations, coordinate systems and trigonometric functions. Calculus knowledge is required also for this course, although technically you don’t have to learn whole AP Calculus.

Topics covered:

- Motion in one-dimensional Motion
- Motion in two-dimensional Motion, Vectors
- Newton’s Laws of Motion
- Energy and Energy conservation
- Momentum and Collisions
- Circular Motion and Gravitation
- Rotational motion
- Vibrations & Waves& Sound

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Advanced Physics, Calculus-based, C: Mechanics

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