High School Physics
If you are interested in Physics, there are a lot of useful resources and books that can help you master this subject.
Free Online Resources
This is a comprehensive list of resources for students preparing for Physics competitions like F=ma or USAPhO
Art of Problem Solving has all of the past AMC 10's. Check out Math Contests for information about the AMC 10.
Individual exams from previous years and their solutions are available in PDFs for practice:
Books for High School Physics
Harvard Physics Circle prepares students for the first screening exam for the US Physics Olympiad team, known as the "F=ma" exam, held annualy at the end of January.
If you are looking for paid Physics classes, here is a list of the most popular classes.
SpringLight is a WASC accredited education organization. They have successfully provided the USAPhO training for more than five years. 30% to 60% of our students have qualified for the semi-final each year.
Their semifinalist students also qualified as finalists, and received gold medal, silver medal, bronze medal and honorable mentions.
They offer physics classes for many levels. Students (8th – 12th grade) who are interested in AP Physics and the USA Physics Olympiad with strong math and science backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
This online prep course will review the fundamental knowledge and cover problem solving skills needed to excel on this year's F=ma exam. Students will learn the tricks needed to solve common problems efficiency, and practice with previous physics contest problems, taken from F=ma, Physics Bowl, Physics Olympiad, and more.
ACES Physics Program provide a platform for the students maximize their potential and dig out their talents in Physics and pave the road for students to be qualified for the physics Olympiad semifinalist, the first level of US Physics Olympiad competition( F=ma )
Through their Physics programs, students will build qualitative and quantitative reasoning in physical thinking. Students will learn critical skills in scientific inquiry, investigation, modeling, diagramming, unit analysis, laboratory techniques, and data analysis. In addition to preparing students for AP and SAT II Subject Tests, their curriculum uniquely integrates preparation for elite physics competitions to achieve synergy while learning. Top students have the opportunity to compete and excel in the USA Physics Olympiad competition.
Physics acceleration and problem solving classes. Classes include Junior Physics, Honors Physics, AP Physics 1/2, AP Physics C, and Physics Olympiad. The Physics Olympiad classes prepare the students to take part in the US Physics Bowl and USA Physics Olympiad qualifying exams.
AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based
Scout (University of California) Course
AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based
AP Physics C: Mechanics
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism