Cracking the SAT Physics Subject Test

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The Princeton Review, Mar 1, 2005 - Science - 346 pages
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Offers tips on preparation, including advice on test-taking strategy and studying for the test, and provides two full-length sample tests with explanatory answers.
 

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Contents

MATH REVIEW
1
KINEMATICS
11
NEWTONS LAWS
29
WORK ENERGY AND POWER
45
LINEAR MOMENTUM
59
ROTATIONAL MOTION
71
NEWTONS LAW OF GRAVITATION
85
OSCILLATIONS
95
DIRECT CURRENT CIRCUITS
159
MAGNETIC FORCES AND FIELDS
175
ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION
185
WAVES
197
OPTICS
217
MODERN PHYSICS
241
SOLUTIONS TO THE CHAPTER REVIEW QUESTIONS
261
THE PRINCETON REVIEW PRACTICE
285

THERMAL PHYSICS
111
ELECTRIC FORCES AND FIELDS
129
ELECTRIC POTENTIAL AND CAPACITANCE
143
ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS
305
ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS
335
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Steve LeDuc has been teaching at the university level since the age of 19. He currently holds the position of National Director of Research & Development for Hyperlearning, the Medical Division of The Princeton Review.

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