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Course Description for Physics

Want to ace the AP Physics 1 & 2 exam and also do well in your class? We'll help you do it with 93 lessons, 21 hours of illustrated lecture video, 407 worked-out example questions, and a full walk-through of a previous AP test.

Each lesson also comes with a downloadable PDF of course notes as well as Q&A from previous students.

Although our course is catered towards high school students taking the AP test, college students in a first year physics course will also find this class life-saving.

Did we mention you'll also have an awesome teacher?

Dan Fullerton obtained his B.S. and M.S. in Microelectronic Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology and his secondary physics teaching certification from Drexel University. He taught undergraduate and graduate Microelectronic Engineering courses at RIT for 10 years, and High School Physics since 2007. He was recently named a New York State Master Physics Teacher, and is the author ofAP Physics 1 Essentials, AP Physics 2 Essentials, Honors Physics Essentials, and Physics: Fundamentals and Problem Solving.


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What are the requirements?

  • Algebra

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 93 lectures and 21 hours of content!
  • Rock the AP Physics 1&2 exam
  • Ace your high school or college course

What is the target audience?

  • High school students taking AP Physics 1 & 2
  • College students taking introductory physics