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AP Physics B & C (updated 12/2010). Comparing B & C. B = algebra-based course C = calculus-based course B offers credit for 108-109 type courses C offers college credit for 110-111 type courses 3 = qualified; 4 = well qualified; 5= extremely well qualified. Newtonian Mechanics 35%

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## AP Physics B & C (updated 12/2010)

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**Comparing B & C**• B = algebra-based course • C = calculus-based course • B offers credit for 108-109 type courses • C offers college credit for 110-111 type courses • 3 = qualified; 4 = well qualified; 5= extremely well qualified**Newtonian Mechanics 35%**Fluids &Thermal Physics 15% Electricity & Magnetism 25% Waves & Optics 15% Atomic and Nuclear 10% Semester 1: Newtonian Mechanics 50% Semester 2: Electricity & Magnetism 50% Comparing B & C**AP Exams**• B exam = 3 hours long, equally divided between 70 MC questions (no calculator allowed) and 7 free-response questions (calculator allowed) • C exam = two 90-minutes parts, one mechanics and one E&M; separate grades for each; second exam is optional; each section split between 35 MC questions (no calculators) and 3 free-response (calculators allowed)**AP Resources**• Sample exams • Sample syllabi • Recommendations for textbooks • Teacher’s guide • Teacher workshops • Released examinations**When to Teach AP Physics**• After an introductory course, unless in an extremely gifted situation. AP typically uses the “college model” of instruction. • Only when you as an instructor are ready. • Requires program certification from AP.

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