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How can AP Physics 2 tutoring help you succeed?
While many consecutive courses build on concepts presented in previous classes in gradual increments, the topics covered in AP Physics 2 may seem completely foreign and unrelated even to students who have taken and performed well in AP Physics 1. Whereas AP Physics 1 focuses on mechanical relationships, AP Physics 2 begins to introduce principles such as optics, electric fields, and magnetism. Observing the physical relationships between these phenomena can be difficult, and the nature of course instruction can become much more theoretical than in AP Physics 1. For students who thrived in the hands-on environment presented while learning mechanics, it can be extremely difficult to transition and adapt to this new realm of hypothetical presentation. If you are beginning to grow anxious in anticipation for your AP exam, or if you simply need a little extra help in preparing to succeed on your course assignments and assessments, AP Physics 2 tutoring may help. Varsity Tutors is experienced in connecting students with qualified AP Physics 2 tutors who understand the challenges of the instructional model and are able to personalize the learning environment for each student.
Unlike some other higher-level physics examinations that require an intensive knowledge of calculus principles, the AP Physics 2 test remains grounded in algebraic calculations. Despite the less advanced level of mathematical aptitude necessary to excel in AP Physics 2, the complexity of the physics course and exam cover can still be extremely high. Fluid dynamics and thermophysical dynamics are briefly covered at the beginning of the course. Then most AP Physics 2 courses transition to focus the majority of their time on electricity and magnetism, followed by a comprehensive unit on optics. These disparate units hold little connection to one another, making a review for the cumulative AP exam all the more challenging. AP Physics 2 tutoring can help students focus their studies on just those topics that were the most challenging, allowing the student to organize their test preparation in a way that makes sense for them.Show More