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Learn the 14 most challenging topics in AP® Physics 1 and Physics 2. Well-respected AP instructors from around the United States will lead you through video instruction, exam-style questions and interactive activities.

Each module will cover one of the most demanding concepts in the newly redesigned AP® Physics 1 & 2 curricula (based on College Board data from 2011–2013 AP® Physics B exams).

These tricky topics are broken into bite-sized pieces—with short instructional videos, on-screen simulations, interactive graphs, and practice problems written by many of the same people who write and grade your AP® Physics 1 & 2 exams.

Topics include:

  1. P1: Acceleration
  2. P1: Force Diagrams
  3. P1: Momentum
  4. P1: Rotational Motion
  5. P1: Angular Momentum
  6. P1: Standing Waves
  7. P1: Conservation of Charge & Energy in Circuits
  8. P2: Electrostatic Fields
  9. P2: Gravitational and Electric Potentials
  10. P2: Electromagnetic Induction
  11. P2: Thermodynamics
  12. P2: Pressure, Force & Flow in Fluids
  13. P2: Diffraction & Interference
  14. P2: Atomic Transitions

This course is specifically designed for blended learning in AP classrooms, but can also be used by AP students independently as supplementary help and exam review.


Advanced Placement® and AP® are trademarks registered and/or owned by the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, these offerings.

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  • Mastery of 14 challenging concepts from the AP® Physics 1 & Physics 2 curricula
  • Build confidence in the material as you learn concepts from experienced AP® Physics teachers
  • Build skills and intuition through interactive simulations, graphing, data analysis and experiments
  • Practice with graded exam-style questions (with explanations)


  • Larry Cain
  • Robert Morse
  • Peggy Bertrand

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