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Advanced Placement (AP) exams are given every year in May, and are a great way to show universities that you can succeed in college level classes. Scoring a 4 or 5 on an AP can even earn you college credit, allowing you to skip certain introductory level courses!

The AP Physics exam is considered one of the most difficult APs. Not only do students need to understand abstract scientific principles, but they also need to perform complex mathematical equations. At Ivy Tutors Network, our Physics tutors are often graduate students at top-tier universities, or are working towards a PhD in Physics. Their depth of understanding and passion for Physics have helped countless students understand this sometimes difficult subject from both a conceptual and practical perspective. Whether you need help keeping up in AP Physics class, or want study tips for scoring a 5 on the exam, we’ve got your back!

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Neel K.

Neel, a New York native, attended the University of Michigan, where he studied biomedical engineering with a concentration in biomechanics. Afterwards, Neel worked in healthcare in New York, while mentoring and tuto...

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Meredith B.

Meredith, a Chicago native, currently attends the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is studying Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Chemistry and Biochemistry. Throughout her college career she has grown her e...

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Alexander K.

Alexander graduated from Brown University, where he double majored in computer science and geography. He grew up in Sag Harbor, New York where he was one of the first students to complete the International Baccalaur...

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Aradhya R.

Aradhya is a PhD candidate studying Quantitative Biosciences at Georgia Tech after receiving his BS in Physics in 2020. He enjoys reading and learning more about various subjects including math, physics and computer...

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