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AP Physics (P) Review
If you are currently taking AP Physics 1 or AP Physics C (Mechanics) and want to make sure you are successful throughout the year and then ace the AP Exam in May, thus earning a valuable college credit – this supplementary course is for you!
In each session, we will be reviewing/previewing the most challenging concepts in the course, discuss problem-solving and test-taking strategies, answer your questions – in other words, make sure that you feel comfortable and successful throughout the year. In the spring, the course will focus on the intensive review to ensure your success on the AP Exam. The course will run between November 2019 and the end of April 2020, roughly following the public school’s schedule. There will be a total of 20 classes.
Dr. Boris Korsunsky, a former coach of the US Physics Team, has been teaching AP Physics for 20+ years. Dr. Korsunsky has been an AP Reader (AP Exam grader) since 2005, and an AP College Board Consultant (AP Physics teachers’ trainer) since 2013. In addition, Dr. Korsunsky is a widely published author in the field of physics education; his doctoral dissertation focused on developing problem-solving skills in an AP Physics classroom. His own students have been scoring, on average, 4.7 on the AP Exams, and he’ll be happy to share his expertise and his inside knowledge of the AP Physics course and Exam intricacies with you.
AP Physics 1, Tuesdays 4:30-6:30, starting Tuesday November 5
AP Physics C (Mechanics), Thursdays 4:30-6:30, starting Thursday November 7
$1500 for 20 classes.
Registration fee of $100 is required for students not already enrolled at RSM-MetroWest
RSM-MetroWest students please email our office at email@example.com; please indicate which of the two AP classes you are requesting.
Students not currently enrolled at RSM-MetroWest please submit enrollment application at our website www.metrowestschool.com and indicate which of the two AP Physics classes you are requesting in the class request field.
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