FREE Physics Regents Crash Course
Daniel graduated from McGill University with a degree in Economics and Environmental Science and attended Seton Hall Law to pursue a JD. When not working with clients as a small business consultant, he shares his deep knowledge of Math, Science and Writing as an academic and test prep tutor for over 7 years.
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Crash Course Topics
Frame of Reference and Standard Mechanics: Explanation of background material with special attention to position, velocity and acceleration versus time graphs and how to address special frames of reference.
Forces: Centripetal, normal, and tension forces with special unique frames of reference seen on the Regents exam.
Electro Static Forces: Point charges, opposing forces due to charge and how it relates to gravitational force.
2-D Motion: Separating vertical versus horizontal kinematics and common problem setups.
Final Review: 20 practice problems, including constructed response questions.
Location: Schools interested in enrolling must provide a classroom within their building for the event.
Time: Crash courses can be scheduled for during the school day, after school, or the weekend. First come first served.
Duration: 2.5 hours.
Material: Students are required to bring their own writing utensils and calculators, Book&Table will provide the rest.
Students: A minimum of 5 students must be enrolled to confirm a crash course.
Sign Up: Book&Table will design a special signup page for schools interested in enrolling. Schools will then be able to circulate the signup page to their parents and students to collect RSVPs.
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