AP Physics 1 Course
Basic facts about AP Physics 1
In 2019, 6.7% of students scored a 5 on the exam (the highest score)
In 2019, less than half of students passed the exam (scored 3, 4, or 5)
AP Physics 1 has one of the lowest average scores of all AP exams
You need roughly 50% of the points to score a 3, and 70% of the total points to score a 5
The biggest problem I see is that most students simply aren't prepared well enough for the exam. Either they didn't master some of the fundamental concepts, or they just didn't know how to approach the problems on the exam. This is where my AP Physics 1 group classes can help.
Over 10 hours of lecture video content and an additional 16 hours of example problems and demonstrated solutions to practice problems on the following topics:
Kinematics Motion (1 and 2-D)
Newton's Laws and Free Body Diagrams (Dynamics)
Circular Motion and Gravity
Work and Energy
Torque and Rotational Motion
Rolling and Angular Momentum
Electrostatics and DC Circuits
Actual Exam Questions
I go over problem solving techniques on problems based on previous years exam questions, so the students will know exactly what to expect on exam day.
Question & Answer Help
If any part is confusing at all, I have dedicated forums for students using this course to get their questions answered. If anything is unclear or if there's a problem that's difficult, post it in the forums, and I will answer it quickly. I check the forums multiple times per day.
All of my previous students that I tutored individually for AP Physics 1 passed the exam, with many of them scoring 4s and 5s. While I can't guarantee success for everyone, if students put in time to watch the lessons and go over the practice questions, they will be well-prepared for the exam.
There are two options for payment:
$15 per month when paid monthly
$120 when paid for the entire year (20% savings).
Parents have paid me more than that for just 1 hour of individual tutoring for their child.
The videos will be accessible through June, after the AP exams are over.
Frequently asked questions
How do I access the videos?
First, you need to create an account using an email and password, or linking it to your Google account.
Second, you need to purchase a plan, which costs $120 for the entire year.
Once you're logged and have purchased the AP Physics 1 Course, you can find the sections labled "AP Physics 1 Lessons" and "AP Physics 1 Problems" under the "AP Physics 1" in the menu.
How do refunds work?
I 100% stand by the content and work behind it, but I understand this may not be helpful for some students.
What if I am unable to access the videos?
Make sure you're logged in. If you're having any issues whatsover, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'd be happy to help you figure out any issues.