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Physics Honors and AP Physics B

blabbermouthblabbermouth Registered User Posts: 820 Member
edited July 2010 in Sciences
Does anyone know what of Physics Honors will be in AP Physics B as opposed to both Physics?
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Replies to: Physics Honors and AP Physics B

  • SparklyunicornSparklyunicorn Registered User Posts: 60 Junior Member
    depends on the school & curriculum. At my school, my Honors physics class was physics B without the ap prep.
  • JalmorenoJalmoreno Registered User Posts: 461 Member
    In my school there is a vast difference. In Honors Physics they focus on concepts (which is lame) in AP Physics B we add the math component to that. Personaly, Physics B is better 'casue probelm sets are the most fun parts of physics!
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