Physics X: College AP SAT MCAT
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Completely free with absolutely no ads, for a limited only. Physics X is the most effective study tool for college and AP physics. It includes concise videos and quizzes designed by education experts, making the study process fast, productive, easy and mobile.
If you’re a busy student, finding enough time to study for each physics exam is a challenge. This is why we have used the latest developments in educational psychology to build an app that maximizes productivity and helps you learn physics as quickly as possible.
We have created a truly mobile study application that is filled with short videos and multiple-choice quizzes with solutions. All of the content is stored in the cloud so that you may stream videos or download them to your device.
WHY BUY THIS APP?
A college education in the US now costs over $100,000. A physics textbook costs over $100. This app contains expert content and will make sure you get the most out of your education!
WHO THE APP IS FOR:
Anybody interested in learning physics
Students taking intro physics in college
Students taking AP physics in high school
Students preparing for the SAT physics subject test
Students studying for the MCAT who need to review physics
-Over 500 multiple choice questions with detailed solutions.
These conceptual based questions help you to learn physics in a deep and intuitive way. They can all be answered without a calculator, pen or paper, making the study process as mobile as possible.
-Over 100 free response questions.
These questions test your ability to solve the complex quantitative problems one needs to solve in order to succeed in any physics course.
-Over 100 beautiful video solutions.
These concise videos solve the free response questions in an easy to understand step-by-step way. Concepts are explained clearly and in detail. They are in a power-point-like format with narration.
-Formula sheets that contain every formula you need to know for AP and college physics
Measurement and Units
Newton’s Laws – Force
Energy and Work
Torque and Angular Momentum
Static Equilibrium and Elasticity
Vibrations and Waves
Temperature and Thermal Equilibrium
Electric Charge, Forces and Fields
Electric Potential and Capacitance
Currents and Resistance
Reflection and Refraction
Interference and Diffraction
Quantum Theory and The Atom
Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity
Chris Heinrich, a physics PhD student at the University of Chicago, conceptualized the app and developed the educational material.
Brad Langel was the sole Android developer for Physics X. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Chicago and is currently a software engineer.
"This is the perfect "boost" for students who will be taking algebra-based introductory physics courses in college. With this app, they have an on-demand tutor who can coach them anytime, anywhere, whether it is at the bus stop or just before a test. The topics are thoughtfully chosen to illustrate the key concepts clearly, the graphics are elegant and concise, and the narrator does a fabulous job of explaining things! I will be heartily recommending this for all my physics students!"
John M. Beggs
Associate Professor of Physics
“Can't do without it!!
The last time I took physics was over 10 years ago in high school. Now I'm taking a university level physics 1 course. For me the toughest part is the math as I'm sure a lot of people share. This app gives you brief problems with simple numbers so that you learn to focus on the concepts and not just the numbers. Basically this app is helping me pass physics!! ”
Apple App store review