AP Physics C Mechanics Tutors

Newton’s law of motion will push you a step forward

It won’t be a lot of energy, work and power

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What does AP Physics C Mechanics entail?

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The AP Physics C course is split into two distinct sections. Both AP Physics C and AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism are calculus-based courses. It can be difficult to manage the stress of going to regular school and studying for AP Physics at the same time. The best option is to sign up for individualized online tutoring sessions and ace the test with the required grade. You will learn about ideas like rotation, oscillations, kinematics, Newton’s equations of motion, work, energy, and power, systems of particles and linear momentum, and gravitation. You’ll perform practical laboratory work, participate in class activities, and utilize calculus to analyze phenomena and solve problems. Your grasp of the scientific ideas taught in the course units as well as your ability to use calculus to solve problems involving kinematics, linear momentum, and other topics will be tested on the AP Physics C: Mechanics Exam.

What does AP Physics C Mechanics enable you to do in the future?

AP Physics C Mechanics is a one-semester class that is usually taken in the second year. This class is recommended to students aspiring to pursue STEM courses for undergrad. Here are some of your major options if you choose to study AP Physics C Mechanics:

Aerospace Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Materials Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Astronomy

Architecture

Physics / Mathematics

What top colleges accept and prefer AP Physics C Mechanics?

Some of the career choices to pursue in college for Physics are Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Aerospace Engineering. Here are some of the top colleges you could possibly consider applying to.

Harvard University

Stanford University

University of Oxford

University of California, Berkeley

University of Cambridge

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Summarized Syllabus

Unit 1

Kinematics

Unit 2

Newton’s Law of Motion

Unit 3

Work, Energy and Power

Unit 4

Systems of Particles and Linear Momentum

Unit 5

Rotation

Unit 6

Oscillations

Unit 7

Gravitation

 

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FAQs – AP Tuition Classes

AP Physics C is fully calculus based and is further broken down in two parts: Mechanics and Electricity and Magnetism. It is required for the student to have taken AP Calculus to take up this course. AP Physics 1&2 is a 2 year course that includes the college syllabus; Students take Physics 1 when they have minimum prior knowledge and Physics 2 when they want to delve a little deeper into the Physics 1 topics. Since Physics C is more calculus based, it is considered to be more difficult than Physics 1&2. It is also one of the hardest AP subjects to score in.

You are the only one who can decide if taking AP Physics C: Mechanics is worth it. It is quite likely that students who are interested in math and science and who have already taken and liked a physics- and/or calculus-based course will find AP Physics C: Mechanics to be interesting. You will also be making this decision based on what kind of major you choose.

The table below summarizes the sections of assessment:

 

Section 1: Multiple Choice

  • Total number of question: 35 
  • Time duration: 45 mins
  • Weightage: 50% of the score

Section 2: Free response

  • Total number of question: 3 
  • Time duration: 45 mins 
  • Weightage: 50% of the score

In order to prepare for AP Physics C, students who intend to take the course in their junior or senior year of high school could choose to enroll in AP Physics 1 and/or 2 during the first two years of high school.

The following percentage split is only an estimate and can vary from exam to exam. This is just to give you an idea of which kind of topics are given the most attention. 

Unit 1

Kinematics

14-20%

Unit 2

Newton’s Law of Motion

17-23%

Unit 3

Work, Energy and Power

14-17%

Unit 4

Systems of Particles and Linear Momentum

14-17%

Unit 5

Rotation

14-20%

Unit 6

Oscillations

6-14%

Unit 7

Gravitation

6-14%

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