Attention parents and students,

The 3-Step Method to Mastering AP Physics 1

A few years ago, Jennifer's mom reached out to me for because Jennifer had failed her last quiz. Jennifer has usually done well in school, but AP Physics 1 was a big struggle. Here's how Jennifer described the problem:

  • The teacher doesn't really explain things very well. We just work on problems, but none of us understand what to do.

  • The homework questions we practiced in class were totally different than the questions on the test.


During our first session, we went over problems from her quiz. It was clear to me she didn't quite understand the basic concepts nor how to apply them to a problem. So we talked over problem solving strategies, and then we through a few examples together. I explained how I would setup the problem and how I would use the equations to solve it.

After going through 6 examples in our session, Jennifer had no problem redoing any of the quiz problems from scratch, and she was able to do a more complicated problem I gave her at the end. She said "Wow that was actually really easy. I wish my teacher just said it that way."

The root of the problem is that Jennifer was taught the general idea of that unit, but she wasn't taught how to actually solve problems.

After just 1 session, Jennifer knew she could do it. She felt more confident and less stressed from then on, and at the end of the year, she ended up with an A in the class and a 5 on the AP exam. 

Here's how to get huge improvements for 1/10th of the price...

Most of what Jennifer learned can be done on her own. Many students could always use more practice, but it really takes a lot of time and costs a lot of money to work extra hours with a tutor. Instead, I've built an entire system around the 3 basic steps I used with Jennifer (and hundreds of other students)\ to bring them success. 

3-Step Method to Mastering AP Physics 1 Problems

Step 1: Learn the basics

✅ Every topic has a set of basic steps that students need as a foundation for solving a problem.

Step 2: Observe it

✅ Students need to see how to actually solve a problem with lots of examples. Jennifer needed 6 examples. Some kids need more and some need less. 

Step 3: Put it into practice

✅ They need to practice more examples on their own and watch solutions when they're stuck. 

My students excel with this method...
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90% of my students got an A in their class, and the other 10% got a B.

95% of my students pass the exam, and over 50% get a 4 or 5. That's over double the national average!

My students feel more confident...
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Here's what's included

8 Units with mini-lessons to cover the basic problem solving steps so your child understands the foundation. ​

Over 300 example problems with video solutions including past AP exam questions so your child can practice and master solving difficult questions.

✅ Community forums so your child can ask questions and get support when they're stuck. 

Bonus Content: AP Calculus AB and BC Content!

For a limited time offer, I'm including all of my AP Calculus AB and BC content, too. That includes over 10 courses with hundreds of example problems for free!

Special Deal!

All parents want their kids to do well and feel confident, and I want that to. Last year, my clients each paid me over $4000 in tutoring fees for AP Physics 1. 

But my time is limited, and I want as many as students as possible to achieve success. That's why I'm giving access to the same tried-and-true methodology at the lowest rate possible...

Normally $50

Save 46%!

$27 per month!

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Start now before they fall behind...

This sale is only for a limited time only because physics is a class that builds on foundations. The further your child falls behind, the harder it will be to catch up. So if they are already struggling with some of the material, they should get help as quickly as possible.

30-Day Money Back Guarantee
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I'm so confident that your child will succeed with this system as it has for hundreds of other students. If they're struggling with a topic, have them give this a try. If they don't see any improvement, simply email me at contact@bothellstemcoach.com for a full refund, no questions asked. 

Here are the next steps...

Click on the "Sign Up Today" button below. That will take you to a page to create an account. Enter in an email and a password (don't worry, the password can be changed or reset later). Your child will use this account to access the class. 

After that, simply put in your credit card info and press "Purchase".

 

If you have any questions about the process, please email me at contact@bothellstemcoach.com 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What if my child still gets stuck on an example problem?

A: Each example problem has a discussion section right in the course player. They can post directly in there to ask any question they like. I, personally, answer every single question. 

Q: What if my child doesn't find the content very helpful?

A: I would encourage them to ask more questions in the discussion section. If it really just isn't working out, I understand. You can cancel the subscription at any time. And there's also a 30-day refund policy. Simply contact me at allen@bothellstemcoach.com and I'll refund you.

Q: What if I have other questions?

A: Please reach out to me at allen@bothellstemcoach, and I'd be happy to answer them. 

Meet the instructor, Allen Tsao
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Hi, I'm the founder of Bothell STEM Coach. I graduated with high honors (top 10% of all engineering students) from UC Berkeley with a degree in Electrical Engineering. I also received his Master's in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. I've always had a love of tutoring ever since I tutored in college for other EECS students. After working for 13 years as an engineer, I decided to take my love of tutoring and focus on it full-time. 

I've tutored thousands of hours, and helped over 100 students accomplish their goals from learning algebra to preparing for electrical engineering finals. My philosophy has always been to have a deep understanding of "why" instead of trying to memorize facts and formulas.