5 Steps to a 5 AP Physics B and C

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 21, 2005 - Study Aids - 256 pages
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For the more than one million students taking the AP exams each year

Features include:

  • Boxed quotes offering advice from students who have aced the exams and from AP teachers and college professors
  • Sample tests that closely simulate real exams
  • Review material based on the contents of the most recent tests
  • Icons highlighting important facts, vocabulary, and frequently asked questions
  • Websites and links to valuable online test resources, along with author e-mail addresses for students with follow-up questions
  • Authors who are either AP course instructors or exam developers
 

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Contents

Part II What You Need to Know About the AP Physics Exam
11
Part III PhysicsSpecific TestTaking Advice
29
Part IV Comprehensive Review
63
Part V Practice Exams and Solutions
283
Appendixes
351
About the Authors
368
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Greg Jacobs teaches both the B and C levels of AP physics at Woodberry Forest School, in central Virginia. He is also a reader and consultant for the College Board's AP physics program.

Joshua Shulman aced both the AP Physics B and AP Physics C exams in high school and was chosen as a semifinalist in the selection of the U.S. Physics Team.

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