The AP Physics C Rapid Learning Series is designed for high schoolers who are taking calculus-based AP Physics C, which mirrors the traditional CollegeBoard's AP Physics C curriculum. There are two AP Physics curriculum - B and C. While majority of AP programs offer Physics B for more completed and better balanced coverage on all college-level physics chapters without requiring calculus, some AP programs also offer calculus-based Physics C on Mechanics and Electricity/Magnetism units only for physical science and engineering bound college prep students. This course will cater for such students.
This rapid learning course is one of the most relevant AP courses in the market, with topic-by-topic match to the official requirement. Go to the official CollegeBoard website and download the AP Physics Course Description and compare its content outline with our curriculum. Also cross reference the TOC of your AP physics text. You will find that our course has the complete coverage on required topics one-to-one. Study what you need to study for the AP course and the AP exam.
Prerequisites: Algebra I, Geometry and Integrated Algebra II (Algebra/Trigonometry combo). Standalone Pre-Calculus or Trigonometry would also be desirable if your Algebra II does not include trigonometry. Calculus should also be taken previously or is being taken concurrently with this course. Rapid Learning offers all of the above prerequisite courses for fast re-learning or quick review.
This rapid learning package enables you to study the difficult subject visually and rapidly. This complete learning system contains five learning modules:
AP Physics C Rapid Learning Series
This rapid learning series will teach you the math foundation needed for AP Physics C and the required topics on Newtonian Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism. Calculus is used in concept introduction and problem solving.
Unit 1: The Basics of AP Physics C
Unit 2: The Basic Math for Physics C
Unit 3: The Calculus Foundation for Physics C
Unit 4: AP Physics C - Newtonian Mechanics
Unit 5: AP Physics C - Electricity and Magnetism
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