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AP Problem Sets

2017 Test: Monday, May 8; 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

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(taken from AP Physics Course Description and correlated with OHS textbook)

(includes links to a 2-page course overview, the comprehensive course description guide with learning objectives and sample exam questions, and exam resources that include former free-response questions and their solutions.)
Problem Sets and Answer Keys
Applicable Models
(Honors Physics curriculum)

Detailed Solutions
Problem Set 1 - Motion in a Straight Line
Constant Velocity, Constant Acceleration
Problem Set 1 Solutions
Problem Set 2 - Vectors
Constant Velocity, Equilibrium
Problem Set 2 Solutions
Problem Set 3 - Motion in a Plane
Constant Velocity, 2D Motion
Problem Set 3 Solutions
Problem Set 4 - Force and Motion I
Equilibrium, Constant Net Force
Problem Set 4 Solutions
Problem Set 5 - Force and Motion II
Constant Net Force, Central Force
Problem Set 5 Solutions
Problem Set 6 - Work and Kinetic Energy
Constant Net Force, Energy
Problem Set 6 Solutions 
Problem Set 7 - Potential Energy / Conservation of Energy
Constant Net Force, Energy
Problem Set 7 Solutions 
Problem Set 8 - Systems of Particles
 Problem Set 8 Solutions 
Problem Set 9 - Collisions
 Problem Set 9 Solutions 
Problem Set 10 - Rotation
Constant Velocity, Constant Acceleration, Constant Net Force, Energy, Central Force
Problem Set 10 Solutions 
Problem Set 11 - Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum
 Problem Set 11 Solutions 
Problem Set 12 - Equilibrium
Equilibrium
Problem Set 12 Solutions 
Problem Set 13 - Gravitation
Energy, Central Force
Problem Set 13 Solutions 
Problem Set 14 - Oscillations
Energy
Problem Set 14 Solutions 


Practice Test Questions
10 sample multiple-choice questions can be found starting on pg. 40 of the AP Physics Course Description.
There are 35 multiple-choice questions on the exam that count as 50% of the test grade. You should complete 35 question in 45 minutes. At that pace, you should complete the 10 sample problems in 13 minutes.
Detailed solutions to the sample multiple-choice questions.
3 sample free-response questions found starting on pg. 45 of the AP Physics Course Description.
There are 3 free-response questions on the exam that count as 50% of the test grade. Each will have multiple parts and the parts are not necessarily weighted equally. You should complete the 3 free response questions in 45 minutes.
Detailed solutions to the sample free-response questions.
2016 Free-Response Questions Detailed solutions to
the 2016 free-
response questions.