Equation Tables: These are the equation sheets you’ll be given during the AP exams, and you should use them during all of your work during our class so that they’re as familiar to you as your best friend. 🙂
Lab Report Guides: Use these documents to help you write killer lab reports. Be sure to write all of your labs in Google Drive and share the documents with me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Then remember to upload your reports to TurnItIn.com by their due dates.
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The College Board’s AP Physics 1 & AP Physics 2 Course Overview contains all of the learning objectives, some sample problems, the formula sheets (pages 225-229), and testing policies, including the calculator policy (page 150-151.)
Amazing Resources: USE THESE!!!!
* For questions released from 1999-2014 go to the College Board’s The AP Physics B Exam site.
*For questions released since 2015 go to the College Board’s The AP Physics 1 Exam site or the College Board’s The AP Physics 2 Exam site.
* Learnerator AP Physics B Online Quizzes: Test yourself for free with questions ranging from easy to moderate. You also have the option of subscribing for access to difficult questions. Disclaimer: This is not an endorsement.
College Board AP Physics 1 & 2 Calculator Policy:
Be sure you have a calculator that is appropriate for the free-response section of the AP Physics 1 and 2 exam. Please refer to page 150 of this document for details about what you can and cannot do with your calculator during the exam.