AP courses challenge high school students with collegiate level material. When they pass the AP tests, it translates to college credits. AP Physics is an introductory college-level Physics course. It helps cultivate students’ understanding of Physics through inquiry-based investigations by exploring topics such as Newtonian mechanics (including rotational motion); work, energy and power; mechanical waves and sound; and simple circuits.
Castle Learning now has an AP Physics course available for full use. There are 131 questions currently in our database, searchable by Level M as well as Topics. Under Topics, select "AP Science." Click the "+" next to "AP Physics." As the tree expands, select the specific topics for an assignment. The questions can also be found in Public Assignments. There are two assignments listed. Either select the entire assignment or individual questions from each assignment.
Teachers can supplement their instruction with Castle Learning’s course work and can take advantage of all the tools from instant grading to analysis, progress tracking, and assignment sharing. All of this will help teachers ensure their students achieve the academic success they strive for.