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Great Intro to the Subject
This class was tough.
This course challenges students to advance their mathematical skills and apply them into real life situations. Though the curriculum is challenging, it really helps you eliminate which career paths you want to take in your future and where your strengths and weaknesses fall.
During this course, I learned which study habits worked for me. Since this is an AP course, each worksheet, lab, test/quiz, and final builds up to the AP exam. During this course, Mr. Provonsha worked with students one on one to help students understand anything that they had trouble with during this course, it just takes the motivation and efforts to schedule times to meet him one on one. At the end of course, all the physics students went to Six Flags in California to apply all the physic terms we learned in class.
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Advice for students:
Spend at least 30 minutes each night doing AP problems in Princeton Review or Kaplan AP test study books to help prepare you for the exam. If you don't understand a concept, go on Youtube. Find videos that will break down similar problems step by step. Don't be afraid to ask for help! Mr. Provonsha and Mr. A are great physics teachers, if Mr. Provonsha wasn't there, I would walk next door to Mr. A's class and ask him questions too! Everyone is there to help. Have study dates with your friends too before a test/quiz, or just doing homework!