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Ap Physics online?

dreams16dreams16 Registered User Posts: 316 Member
edited February 2008 in AP Tests Preparation
I have a really really really bad physics teacher and I am thinking of dropping regular physics at my high school and taking it at Keystone National High School which is an online high school would it be better to take AP Physics online or regular physics online? I do not want to make it look like I am slacking off for colleges. I am a senior in high school. Also is it possible to self study for Ap Physics test?
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Replies to: Ap Physics online?

  • Sligh_AnarchistSligh_Anarchist Registered User Posts: 2,193 Senior Member
    A friend of mine, who is a senior, is taking AP Physics B online with NCVPS (North Carolina Virtual Public School) and apparently it is not going very well. It's a shame he isn't a junior, because my school is offering AP Physics B in real-life. I wouldn't fancy the idea of taking a lab science online for the simple fact that it is a laboratory science. You need the labs to reinforce the concepts and understand the material more deeply, I believe.
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