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The AP® Physics 2: Algebra-Based course outlined in this framework reflects a commitment to what physics teachers, professors, and researchers have agreed is the main goal of a college-level physics course: to help students develop a deep understanding of the foundational principles that shape classical mechanics. By confronting complex physical situations or scenarios, the course is designed to enable students to develop the ability to reason about physical phenomena using important science practices, such as explaining relationships, applying and justifying the use of mathematical routines, designing experiments, analyzing data, and making connections across multiple topics within the course.

To foster this deeper level of learning, the AP Physics 1 course defines concepts, science practices, and understandings required by representative colleges and universities for granting college credit and placement. Students will practice reasoning skills used by physicists by discussing and debating, with peers, the physical phenomena investigated in class, as well as by designing and conducting inquiry-based laboratory investigations to solve problems through first-hand observations, data collection, analysis, and Interpretation.

AP® Physics 2: Algebra-Based

STARPREP®에서 제공하는 AP® Physics 2: Algebra-Based 프로그램은 총 2개의 PHASES
(GPA-Boosting Course / 2023 MAY' TEST-PREP Course)으로 나뉘어지며 학생/반의 수준에 따라 진도가 정해집니다.

[학생의 성적/수업 이해도위주의 수업 진행]


for Graders 9-12
(STARPREP® course code: APPH2)


Professor
Dr. Jerome E Lee
MIT Mathematical Physics 졸업
KAIST Multi-physics 졸업
티칭 경력 23년차
South Korea Representative (2012-2022), MIT RSI
Active Member in 2022, MAA Mathematical Association of America

Registration Board

High School AP® Physics 2

  • Lecture Dates/Registration Status
  • Lecture Type
    1:1 Tutoring Online/In-person
    Schedule is flexible

    Registration Status OPEN Registration Form 등록 신청서
  • AP® Physics 2
  • Course Code/Professor(Alma Mater)
  • STARPREP® COURSE CODE : APPH2-01

    ★ AP® Physics 2 2023-Spring GPA prep Course ★
    2023 봄학기 내신 점수향상 대비반

    Professor
    Dr. Jerome E Lee
    MIT Mathematical Physics 졸업
    KAIST Multi-physics 졸업
    티칭 경력 23년차
  • Features
  • ★ 2023 AP® Physics 2 ★
    2023-Spring GPA-Boosting Course
    학교 내신점수향상 대비반

    Students' Satisfaction : above 99%

    Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
    (In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
  • AP® Physics 2
Lecture Dates/Registration Status Course Code/Professor(Alma Mater) Features
Lecture Type
1:1 Tutoring Online/In-person
Schedule is flexible

Registration Status OPEN Registration Form 등록 신청서
STARPREP® COURSE CODE : PHYSI-02

★ AP Physics 2 GPA-Boosting Course ★
학교 내신점수향상 대비반

Professor
Dr. Jerome E Lee
MIT Mathematical Physics 졸업
KAIST Multi-physics 졸업
티칭 경력 23년차
★2023 AP Physics 2 GPA-PREP★

AP Physics 2 GPA-Boosting Course
학교 내신점수향상 대비반

Students' Satisfaction : above 99%

Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
(In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
AP® Physics 2 AP® Physics 2

Curriculum Guide

High School AP® Physics 2

01 Fluids: Pressure and Forces

1-1  Fluid Systems
1-2  Density
1-3  Pressure and forces
1-4  Fluids and free-body diagrams
1-5  Buoyancy
1-6  Conservation of energy in fluid flow
1-7  Conservation of mass flow rate in fluids

02 Thermodynamics

2-1  Thermodynamic systems
2-2  Pressure, thermal equilibrium, and the Ideal Gas Law
2-3  Thermodynamics and forces
2-4  Heat and energy transfer
2-5  Thermodynamics and collisions
2-6  Probability, thermal equilibrium, and entropy

03 Electric Force, Field, Potential

3-1  Electric systems and charge
3-2  Charge distribution: Friction, conduction, and induction
3-3  Electric permittivity
3-4  Electric forces and free-body diagrams
3-5  Gravitational and electromagnetic forces
3-6  Electric charges and fields
3-7  Conservation of electric energy

04 Electric Circuits

4-1  Definition and conservation of electric charge
4-2  Resistivity and resistance
4-3  Resistance and capacitance
4-4  Kirchhoff’s loop rule
4-5  Kirchhoff’s junction rule and the conservation of electric charge

05 Magnetism and Electromagnetic Induction

5-1  Magnetic systems
5-2  Magnetic permeability and magnetic dipole moment
5-3  Vector and scalar fields
5-4  Monopole and dipole fields
5-5  Magnetic fields and forces
5-6  Forces review
5-7  Magnetic flux

06 Geometric and Physical Optics

6-1  Waves
6-2  Electromagnetic waves
6-3  Periodic waves
6-4  Refraction, reflection, and absorption
6-5  Images from lenses and mirrors
6-6  Interference and diffraction

07 Quantum, Atomic, and Nuclear Physics

7-1  Systems and fundamental forces
7-2  Radioactive decay
7-3  Energy in modern physics (energy in radioactive decay and E=mc2 )
7-4  Mass–energy equivalence
7-5  Properties of waves and particles
7-6  Photoelectric effect
7-7  Wave function and probability

01 Fluids: Pressure and Forces

1-1  Fluid Systems
1-2  Density
1-3  Pressure and forces
1-4  Fluids and free-body diagrams
1-5  Buoyancy
1-6  Conservation of energy in fluid flow
1-7  Conservation of mass flow rate in fluids

02 Thermodynamics

2-1  Thermodynamic systems
2-2  Pressure, thermal equilibrium, and the Ideal Gas Law
2-3  Thermodynamics and forces
2-4  Heat and energy transfer
2-5  Thermodynamics and collisions
2-6  Probability, thermal equilibrium, and entropy

03 Electric Force, Field, Potential

3-1  Electric systems and charge
3-2  Charge distribution: Friction, conduction, and induction
3-3  Electric permittivity
3-4  Electric forces and free-body diagrams
3-5  Gravitational and electromagnetic forces
3-6  Electric charges and fields
3-7  Conservation of electric energy

04 Electric Circuits

4-1  Definition and conservation of electric charge
4-2  Resistivity and resistance
4-3  Resistance and capacitance
4-4  Kirchhoff’s loop rule
4-5  Kirchhoff’s junction rule and the conservation of electric charge

05 Magnetism and Electromagnetic Induction

5-1  Magnetic systems
5-2  Magnetic permeability and magnetic dipole moment
5-3  Vector and scalar fields
5-4  Monopole and dipole fields
5-5  Magnetic fields and forces
5-6  Forces review
5-7  Magnetic flux

06 Geometric and Physical Optics

6-1  Waves
6-2  Electromagnetic waves
6-3  Periodic waves
6-4  Refraction, reflection, and absorption
6-5  Images from lenses and mirrors
6-6  Interference and diffraction

07 Quantum, Atomic, and Nuclear Physics

7-1  Systems and fundamental forces
7-2  Radioactive decay
7-3  Energy in modern physics (energy in radioactive decay and E=mc2 )
7-4  Mass–energy equivalence
7-5  Properties of waves and particles
7-6  Photoelectric effect
7-7  Wave function and probability


List of Past Real Tests Previously Administered


Preparation for The 2023 MAY AP® Physics 2: Algebra-Based TEST

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Reference Lectures

AP® Physics 2

AP Physics 2 Faculty Lecture AP Physics 2 Faculty Lecture
Everything You Need to Know about Fluid Statics & Dynamics Understanding Key Concepts in Thermodynamics
Electric Force, Field, and Potential Everything You Need to Know about Electric Circuits
Understanding Magnetism and Electromagnetic Induction Geometric and Physical Optics
Understanding Quantum, Atomic, and Nuclear Physics Reviewing the Exam Format and Strategies