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physicsferret

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Hi all. This is the first time I am using this forum, so please forgive me if this has been said before already.

I am a high-school sophomore and I took the AP Physics 1 course last year. I really enjoyed it because I had an amazing teacher and next year I will be taking AP Physics 2 and AP Physics C: E&M. I am trying to prepare for the F=ma contest since I have avidly done math contests in the past and really appreciate the creativity behind contest problems, and so I would like to try the physics contest as well.

I have found the website with the past F=ma tests from the past ten years or so. I was wondering if there are any other resources you all use such as other websites or really great mock test sites. I understand that this physics contest will go deeper and require a higher degree of understanding and creativity than the AP Physics classes probably will cover, which is why I would like to practice the problems this summer. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks so much,

physicsferret

I am a high-school sophomore and I took the AP Physics 1 course last year. I really enjoyed it because I had an amazing teacher and next year I will be taking AP Physics 2 and AP Physics C: E&M. I am trying to prepare for the F=ma contest since I have avidly done math contests in the past and really appreciate the creativity behind contest problems, and so I would like to try the physics contest as well.

I have found the website with the past F=ma tests from the past ten years or so. I was wondering if there are any other resources you all use such as other websites or really great mock test sites. I understand that this physics contest will go deeper and require a higher degree of understanding and creativity than the AP Physics classes probably will cover, which is why I would like to practice the problems this summer. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks so much,

physicsferret

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