The Best Test Preparation for the AP Physics B and C

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Research & Education Association, 2004 - Study Aids - 302 pages
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AP PHYSICS B & C, 5th Edition
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* The book’s full review features coverage of all AP Physics areas and test topics, such as:  Physics B -- vectors & scalars; mechanics; electricity & magnetism; waves & optics; heat, kinetic theory & thermodynamics; modern physics. Physics C - classical mechanics; electricity & magnetism
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About the Editors

Boris Korsunsky holds graduate degrees in physics and physical chemistry from colleges in Russia, and a doctorate in learning and teaching from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. His dissertation focuses on cognition as it relates to solving non-trivial physics problems.
In the past 10 years, Dr. Korsunsky has written several thousand original physics problems for various college-level textbooks. He has also published two books of original problems and several articles on physics education. He has conducted numerous workshops for teachers, presented at AAPT (American Association of Physics Teachers) conferences, and participated in developing online teaching materials for physics and mathematics. In 1996 and 1997, Dr. Korsunsky was one of the coaches for the U.S. Physics Team. In 2002, he traveled to Japan as a Fulbright Memorial Fund Scholar.
Dr. Korsunsky has been teaching physics since 1986 and is currently teaching at Weston High School in Weston, Massachusetts.


James L. Love teaches part-time at Richland College, Dallas, Texas, and runs a tutoring service. He has taught Advanced Placement- and International Baccalaureate-level physics in Texas secondary schools and holds two advanced degrees from the University of Texas at Dallas.
In the course of his distinguished teaching career, Mr. Love, now semi-retired, won a number of National Science Foundation and U.S. Department of Energy awards for advanced study and training at national labs, including Kitt Peak Observatory, the Fermi Laboratory, and the
Thomas Jefferson Laboratory. He continues a seven-year association with International Baccalaureate as an examiner for extended essays in physics.

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