**Advanced** Physics is high school selective courses equivalent to college level introductory physics course. AP Physics 1 has the lowest percentage of 5 in all AP exams. Scoring a 5 in AP Physics 1 will surely make your college applications stand out. It’s possible to waive the equivalent course (4 credits) in college too, with at least a 4.

Each lesson is divided into lectures and exercises, with homework and corrections every week. The last class is the final exam. This course is suitable for students in grades 9-12 who have not taken physics or are learning physics. The content of the course starts from the basic concepts and goes from basic to the deeper. Mathematics requirements: basic algebra （Algebra I is enough but Algebra II is better） to know how to solve simple equations, quadratic equations, coordinate systems and trigonometric functions.

Topics covered:

- Motion in one-dimensional Motion
- Motion in two-dimensional Motion, Vectors
- Newton’s Laws of Motion
- Energy and Energy conservation
- Momentum and Collisions
- Circular Motion and Gravitation
- Rotational motion
- Electrostatics and DC Circuit
- Vibrations & Waves& Sound
- Final Exam I, Comprehensive

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Advanced Physics 1, algebra-based, Physics 1

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