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High School Physics Dilemma.

  1. Jan 19, 2014 #1
    Hey PF, I'm new to the forums and I want to ask you for some guidance. I'm currently in my junior year of high school and took honors physics last semester. I WAS planing on taking AP Physics B in my senior year, so I have a fair understanding of physics before going to college. But sadly AP Physics B is being split into two different courses for the next academic year. The thing is AP Physics 1 seems to cover a lot of things my honors class already covered. So should i just skip AP physics 1 or take it to reaffirming my basic understanding of Newtonian physics? and if there is a AP physics teacher (I doubt it) would you please recommend what I should do?

    P.S. Thank for the help and replies I really don't mean to bother you guys.
     
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  3. Jan 19, 2014 #2

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    You should ask your counselor and the teachers of those classes. We don't know what you were taught in previous classes nor what will be taught in this one.
     
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