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At Tutor the People, our goal is to set you up for success while matching your unique needs. We do this by starting with the fundamentals so that we can build strong foundations that will last beyond the exam and long into your academic career. The AP Calculus exam can be intimidating, but we work with you every step of the way so you have the tools you need to crush the exam.
From Newton’s Third Law, to impulse and momentum, all the to waves and sound. Tutor the People can prepare you to score a 5 on the AP Physics Exam by reviewing everything from drawing a free-body diagram up to navigating a parallel circuit, through an in-depth and customized tutoring service focused on scientific problem solving using complex algebra.
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The hypothesis is the structure on which scientific experiment was founded on. At Tutor the People, our hypothesis is if we can help our past students reach their highest of goals, then we can help you do the same. Our evidence? Proven success among thousands of past students.
We specialize in taking an individualized approach to test prep. Your tutor will create an AP Physics Exam study plan that focuses on your performance and the areas you need improvement on, ensuring that you reach your full potential come exam day.
Free Introductory Hour
We offer a Free Introductory Hour to all of our packages. In your Intro Hour, set an AP Physics prep timeline and study schedule, so once you begin your study plan, you’re ready to pick up and go!
Since AP Exam season is a hectic time of the school year, especially if you are having to deal with college admissions simultaneously, we make scheduling meetings very flexible, and coordinate according to your availability. You can meet with your tutor online or in-person.
Our Approach to AP Physics Exam Tutoring
Advanced Placement examinations are exams offered by the College Board and are taken each May. The tests contain cumulative content spanning from the year-long Advanced Placement courses. All AP exams have a multiple-choice section and a free-response section.
When studying alongside our AP Physics Exam tutors for 1-on-1 preparation, the pair creates a flexible and fluid study plan that focuses on the student’s strengths to supplement their areas of improvement. Depending on the student’s schedule, the tutor can meet as often as daily, either online or in-person at the student’s location of choice. The tutors present their proven methods and help you create the best strategy that works for your needs. In addition, the pair studies the body of the test- from the backbone of the language to the multiple choice, reasoning and elimination.
In order to deliver a personalized experience, we start out by learning about our students. In order to grasp your history, or lack-there-of, with AP testing, we ask the following questions:
1What year are you in school?
2Are you just beginning your AP Calculus Exam prep?
3Have you taken an AP test in the past?
4Are you struggling with content or strategy?
5What is your target score?
6When would you like to begin?
AP Physics – Algebra Based Study Packages
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We hire the best tutors in the industry and keep our prices low to give our students higher scores at a lower rate.
At Tutor the People we believe the best tutoring is when the attention is on you and the study plan is tailored to your needs.
Pay in Installments
We offer different installment options for our students who use our tutoring packages. Education is in investment in your future. We make achieving higher grades easier by taking the time to to structure individualized payment plans for each of our students.
$69 By the Hour
$699 12 Hour Package
$899 16 Hour Package
$1299 24 Hour Package
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We Let You Set The Pace
Between school, work, and extracurriculars, we understand that life can be chaotic. That’s why we let you set the schedule. Whether you prefer in-person or online AP Physics exam tutoring, we work with you to create a study schedule that maximizes your study time while fitting your busy lifestyle. Our expert tutors are here to help you every step of the way so that you can conquer that AP Physics exam.
We Offer Group Options
Our AP Physics group classes are formed on an as-needed basis both online, in-person, or both! When you sign up for group classes, a specialized AP prep tutor will evaluate each individual student before assessing the group as a whole, so they can create a strategic plan that suits everybody.
What Makes Us Different
Our goal is always to fit each client’s needs and set every student on a path to success. We know that AP Physics Prep can be expensive, which is why we focus on providing expert tutoring at prices more affordable than our competitors. We believe quality tutoring shouldn’t break the bank, which is why we also offer extended payment plans to match your lifestyle.
AP Physics Exam Components
Multiple-choice questions: Multiple-choice questions appear on all AP exams. These questions are based on the topics in the Content Specification Outlines.
Free-response questions: These questions are free-response based, pushing the student to demonstrate their problem-solving skills on longer, more in-depth problems.
When is the AP Physics exam?
The exam is administered every year at the beginning of May.
How do I sign up for the AP Physics exam?
You will register for the exam through your school. There will be a $92 exam fee that you can turn in to your school’s AP Exam coordinator.
What score do I need to get in order to receive credit?
This will depend on the college you will apply to. Use College Board’s AP policy search to find our your school’s requirements.
What should I bring on exam day?
Bring a couple of No. 2 pencils for the multiple-choice section, blue or black ink pens for the free-response section, a scientific or graphing calculator, and extra batteries for your calculator. You will also need to bring a government or school-issued photo ID.
Can I retake the AP Physics exam?
Yes, you can take the exam every time it is offered (every May). However, your previous scores will be included in your final score report.