ap physics. where are you

<p>i feel like my class is behind</p>

<p>Shouldn't this be in another forum?</p>

<p>I'm currently taking AP Physics C, and in the Halliday/Resnick/Walker book our class is currently on chapter 7. Probably a bit slower than your class because our AP classes take all year to complete.</p>

<p>same book. we just started chapter 7. all our classes are year long. to get a 5 all you need is something rediculously low (below 70% of the raw score). im not worried</p>

<p>ch 6 test wednesday</p>

<p>I'm taking honors physics and I might take Physcis B at end of year. We are starting chapter 9 in equilibrium in the Giancoli book. We do a chapter each week.</p>

<p>I thouhgt u needed like a 75 percent to get a 4, and liek a 90 to get a 5.</p>

<p>I took AP Physics last year and loved that class. I got a 4, btw. Man, I wanna go back to AP Physics because I hate AP Biology. Oh well, half a year and I'm done. Good luck guys, study out of PR for the AP and if you score over 20 on the practice MC's, you're guaranteed at least a 3.</p>

<p>I got a 3....lol for AP Physics B and I am self studying AP Physics C....I am a little in front of you guys....rotations....cuz I did all of that stuff last year...;)</p>

<p>Chapter 4: forces ALL THE WAY!!!</p>

<p>... I <3 college physics yet hate AP physics in high school...</p>

<p>I guess we're pretty far ahead then (AP Physics C - Electriciy and Magnetism). I have a test on Chapter 10 - Collisions in the Halliday/Walker/Resnick book in about 7 hours (yikes!). Then again, we came in for 5 weeks over the summer and covered up to forces (Ch. 5 i think), just because there's not enough time in the year to adequatley cover all of the Physics C material.</p>

<p>AP Physics B here... I think we have a test on Chapters 8 and 9 in the Giancoli book on Thursday. We usually go 2 Chapters every week and a half to 2 weeks.</p>

<p>Chapter 10 and 11 test wednesday. Physics B</p>

<p>my school started later than anyone in the country (im pretty sure) on sept. 13th. so i guess at chapter 7 in Halliday isn't that bad. i bought the PR book but haven't looked at it yet, plenty of time for that later...</p>

<p>sorry maybe it should be in another forum. we just had a test ON CHAPTERS 2 THROUGH 4 in halliday and resnick....damn maybe i should start studying on my own.....</p>

<p>We have a test on chapters 7-8 in Halliday/Resnick tomorrow. That's work, power, and conservation of energy. That's a good pace because apparently we'll be done by april with plenty of time to review.</p>

<p>I'm in Physics B and we're on chapter 4 with force... heh MAN, our class is HARD!</p>

<p>we have a a book called physics by something giancoli it's the 6th edition book w/ the skier on the cover..... it's a college physics book</p>

<p>For those of you guys in Physics C with the Halliday/Resnick/Walker book: Where are your classes planning on stopping in the course? I was understandably a little surprised when I learned that we are only doing 13 chapters out of a 30+ chapter book. Is anyone else in Physics C only doing around 12 or 13 chapters out of this book?</p>

<p>we're using Tipler's and we just finished chapter 9 (rotational motion)</p>

<p>Xredcomet: you stop in rotations....it depends in what edition you have of that book, but for mechanics you skip thermodynamics, waves, optics, all that sucky stuff. But for 6th edition I think you stop in 14 or 13...so I think your teacher is doing fine.
But then you get into Electricity and Magnetism, thats hard!!! lol.....so prepare.....I am currently taking AP physics C and I took B and didnt like e&m....</p>