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Need help with AP Physics - have no one to turn to!

BeachHouseBeachHouse Registered User Posts: 118 Junior Member
edited October 2011 in Sciences
hey guys, im new to college board but have heard many good things! i came here looking for help because, well, my school isnt really much help.

what im asking help for in is where to study and learn things best (on my own) for physics B? my teacher seems pretty sub-par, and in the 17 years he's been teaching it at my school, he has only gotten 3 people to pass. my school is not known for the best academics, it is actually known for being pretty bad haha. id like to be the 4th one but do not know where to help myself outside of school. im sure the previous 3 who passed went above and beyond outside of school (one got a 5), but they were years before me so i cannot even contact them.

we are on kinetics (chapter 4 of the giancolli book) so im not sure if we're behind or not.

any help is appreciated!

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