AP Physics B and C

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Research & Education Association, Feb 11, 2009 - Study Aids - 466 pages
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Are You Serious About Scoring a 5 on Your Advanced Placement Exam?
Then You Need REA’s Test Prep for the AP Physics B & C Exams - with TestWare CD

The Best of AP Physics B & C in one handy volume!

This sixth edition of our popular Advanced Placement Physics test prep comes complete with a comprehensive subject review of every Physics B & C topic on the AP exam:

Physics B – vectors and scalars; mechanics; electricity and magnetism; waves and optics; heat, kinetic theory and thermodynamics; modern physics

Physics C – classical mechanics; electricity and magnetism

The book includes four full-length practice exams (two exams for Physics B and two exams for Physics C) with easy-to-follow detailed explanations of all answers. Our in-depth answer explanations help you study smarter and score higher on test day!

The TestWare CD contains two practice exams for AP Physics B with automatic scoring and instant feedback. Each practice test is composed of every type of question that can be expected on the actual AP Physics exam, so you can target your strengths and weaknesses before the exam.

If you’re serious about getting a 5 on your exam, you need REA’s test prep for the AP Physics B & C exams!

REA has helped more than a million students succeed on their AP exams! Teachers across the country consider our AP titles to be invaluable resources and consistently recommend our books to their students.

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About the author (2009)

David Jones taught all levels of high school physics for 19 years in the Miami Dade County Public School system. Currently, he is teaching Physics I and II at Florida International University. Mr. Jones graduated from the University of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. with a BA in Physics. He has served as an AP Physics Reader and an AP Physics Workshop Consultant for the College Board.  
Mr. Jones was named Miami Dade County Science Teacher of the Year in 1996 and again, in 2006. Along with his teaching responsibilities, he is an assistant coach for the U.S. Physics Olympiad Team, which represents the United States at the annual International Physics Olympiad Competition.   

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