Oh my gosh wow. I wish I had found out about this program in freshmen year so I would have more opportunities. Cramming like crazy!
For physics, do we have to be familiar with to calculate stuff like momentum, angle of refraction, and the gravitational attraction between two objects?
Also! For math, should we memorize sine, cosine, and tangent values? (i.e. - sin30 = 1/2)
And exactly how much earth science is there? (I never learned earth science before as none of my schools ever covered it)
WOW. Cramming like crazy right now! I have a good 7 hours right now, and I'm hoping it's enough to get through all the science stuff, review old math notes, and more AMC. Anyone else?!
& @bxvgirl thanks for the links!
@columbia97: haha no problem!! yeah i'm totally cramming right now. Trying to understand how to solve problems on the AMC 12. soooo hard...
And yeah i'm in the same boat as Kappadesu. First 15 on the AMC 10 are no problem, and the rest i can usually get, but with more difficulty. I would definitely run out of time on the real test.
If most people taking the exam can get the first 15 on the AMC 10, then those getting in will be probably be better than that (just my train of thought. Not sure if this is true). Just practice practice practice i guess... And i heard that the exam is like the last few problems on the AMC 10, so probably harder than the first 15.
ahhhh freaking out!!