The Complete AP and College Physics Course
Master the College/AP physics from classical to modern physics, then test your knowledge with 300+ practice exercises!
Created by Sadok Smine  Aerospace Engineer
Students: 13471, Price: $129.99
Students: 13471, Price: Paid
MASTER THE COLLEGE PHYSICS/AP PHYSICS NOW!
This 30+ hours course goes from Newtonian Mechanics, all the way to the mindblowing world of Quantum Mechanics. It contains crystal clear video explanation of all the AP Physics curriculum, it also includes PHET Simulations so that you don't get bored and fall asleep or you know, curse me on the comment section.
THIS COURSE IS PERFECT FOR SAT/ACT/GCE A LEVEL TEST PREP!
You'll also find 300+ practice exercises including MCQs and numerical problems. The solutions to these problems are given in video and PDF forms.
And if maybe that's not enough practice, I've also included tons of worked additional problems from various resources.
You'll also find a summary as a PDF file taken from my favorite book which I will provide the link to, these summaries are included in the last course lecture of every section as a resource. The exercises PDF files are included in the practice exercises lectures.
What students say about this course: "Just finished the whole course, one word: PERFECT! I'd recommend this to anyone learning or majoring in Physics. Thank you so much for your help!" _ Michael Carrot
IGCSE Physics Chapter 2 Thermal Physics (Cambridge CIE)
This course explains Thermal Physics According to CIE Cambridge IGCSE Syllabus in a new wonderful way... Do not miss it
Created by 9 to 12  Teach your self
Students: 6515, Price: Free
Students: 6515, Price: Free
*This Course is about Extended Cambridge (0625) IGCSE Physics… Chapter 2: Thermal physics,
*This course covers all the points in the syllabus that are related to thermal physics,
*The course is directed to the point and restricted to the syllabus nothing less and nothing more, so you will not waste your time, with invaluable speech,
* If you know exactly your syllabus you will appreciate these videos,
* The average video duration is 3 mins so you will not get bored with the course and you can find reasonable points to pause and complete later,
* The full course duration is about 2 hours and 5 mins
* Past papers samples with mark scheme answers are included at the end of each lesson,
How to learn physics faster? AP Physics, IIT (Free course)
"11 ways to learn physics faster" (AP Physics, physics 1, IIT JEE , NEET physics, IGCSE)
Created by Vishesh Nigam  learn faster, learn better with me!
Students: 5571, Price: Free
Students: 5571, Price: Free
How do I learn physics faster? How do I tackle numerical problems in physics? what is the best way to learn physics? How do I get good marks in physics? If you relate to any of the questions, this is a free course for you. Here are 11 ideas to get better at physics.
These ideas and tips have come about as a collaboration between me and one of my best students who studies at UC Berkeley College of Engineering. Tip no. 11  “Self Belief” , is particularly from her. She believes that systematic effort plus self belief is the key to getting better at physics.
After you complete the course I would strongly recommend you to follow the 11 tips consistently over next 30 days. You may find it a little difficult to practice in the beginning. However as you try and practice more, you will find that your understanding of Physics is improving every day.
In fact, physics is a lot about internalizing the concepts by repeat reading or watching and applying them not only in problem solving but also in real life.
So enjoy this free course and let me know what you think!
Who can enroll in this course:

Physics students of class 11 and 12

Physics students preparing for AP physics, physics 1, high school, IIT JEE, NEET or freshman engineering

Physics courses for physics teachers
Kinematics & Motion (AP Physics, IGCSE, IIT JEE & NEET)
63 lessons  7.0 hrs (motion in one dimension, projectile motion, circular motion, equations of motion, vectors)
Created by Vishesh Nigam  learn faster, learn better with me!
Students: 2837, Price: $19.99
Students: 2837, Price: Paid
This topic covers the concept of mechanics, vectors, displacement and velocity and acceleration in two and three dimensions. Projectile motion and circular motion is explored in depth. Motion in 2 and 3 Dimension requires use of vectors to describe the motion of the bodies. Vector notation is used in most places to understand and appreciate the close dependence of this kind of motion on vectors.
Like most topics in Physics, this too requires deep understanding of concepts to make sense of numerical problems and their solutions.
Learn physics faster and better  It is not difficult! It just requires a some time, focus and a good teacher :)
Once you are enrolled in the course, all you need a note book and a pen to get cracking on these topics
1. What are Vectors and Scalars
2. Vector Components and Unit vectors (I,j and k)
3. Dot Product and Cross Product
4. What are Position and Displacement Vectors
5. Velocity, speed and displacement
6. Instantaneous Velocity and Acceleration
7. 3 Equations of motion
8. Area under a velocity time curve
9. Projectile Motion: Why Vertical Velocity changes, Horizontal does not
10. Projectile Motion: Why a Parabolic Path? Why Max Range at 45 degree
11. Circular Motion: What is Centripetal Force
Whats different about my courses:
When I create content for the lessons, I think deeply around the areas where students struggle and feel confused. My lessons tackle these parts in depth. Also, I believe visual representation of various ideas makes a lot of impact. The lessons have visuals and animations that are thought through quite deeply
And most importantly, I make myself available personally to answer questions that a student who has enrolled may have
My students wrote this to me
Bobbie Smith: Amazing explanations, I really learned a lot. Thank you.
Satyam Jha: amazing!! i could not understand vectors in my class but here it is very easy to understand Thanks a lot!!
Csaba: I learned new ideas of approaches. I'm looking to try them in my professional practice as a teacher.Thanks! :)
Fernando P. Radaza: It help me a lot to understand better about Physics of Work, Power & Energy.
Chamara Dilshan: it's good, explaining every small thing ,it's good to start physics beginners
Onofrio : The lessons given by the teacher are very interesting! Excellent course!
Simaran: Very deep understanding of the subject Shiva Very knowledgeable and sounds very nice and helpful
Gallina: Excellent the lessons held by the teacher with exhaustive explanations and well illustrated. Well done course! Smith: Great course.The presentation is very clear. Thank you.
Pawan Kumar: The way to teaching us is amazing with all diagrams
Samit This course has a lot of good content and very well presented. Thank you
Dani: It was concise and consequent. The exercises were good exposed and explained. Simply excellent. I promise, that i will use some ideas in my every day practice in my classroom. I'm also teaching physics, but in Hingarian. I finished this course to improve my skills, first of all in interesting approaches, and foreign language skills as well. This course was exactly what I expected!
Remember  you get a lot more than you think

You get lifetime access to this course

You can write to me for any support

A certificate of completion from Udemy

money back guarantee (valid within 30 days)
Lets start a conversation! go ahead and enroll!!
Physics: Rotation, Rolling & Torque (AP Physics, IIT, NEET)
45 lessons  4.5 hrs. Also relevant for students of high school, IIT JEE and NEET physics and IGCSE
Created by Vishesh Nigam  learn faster, learn better with me!
Students: 1465, Price: $19.99
Students: 1465, Price: Paid
How can you become really good at Rotation, Rolling, Torque and Momentum?
This course covers rotational motion, rolling , angular momentum and torque. Lesson 1 to 9 covers Rotation. There are several examples of motion in daily life that are rotational in nature, like a merrygo round, a golf ball spinning about its axis or you trying to open the door of your house. Through the lessons included in this module, understand what are rotational variables and how we can interconnect them to make sense of what is happening. The course also delves into more nuanced parts of rotation that are parallel axis theorem and moment of inertia.
From Lesson 10 to 15, we cover rolling motion, torque and angular momentum. The angular variables of such motion, when studied, explain a lot of real life situations in a beautiful way. As an example, the linear velocity of a point on top of a wheel of a bicycle has twice the velocity of that of the center of mass and the bottom of the wheel has zero velocity. It seems unbelievable but make sense as you read the last 6 lessons.
These are fantastic concepts that will lay a strong theoretical foundation for you and help you with competitive exams like IIT JEE or NEET. The course makes use of calculus in certain places
Physics : Fluid Mechanics, Gravitation (AP Physics, IIT JEE)
28 videos 3 hours (for IGCSE and NEET students also)  Fluid mechanics, gravitation, Bernoulli law, Kepler's law
Created by Vishesh Nigam  learn faster, learn better with me!
Students: 1413, Price: $19.99
Students: 1413, Price: Paid
learn faster, learn better!
This physics course includes 28 videos totaling 3 hours of run time. Once you are enrolled in the course, all you need is a note book and a pen to get cracking on these topics

Pressure in fluids

How to measure pressure in fluids

Bernoulli's equation and Archimedes principle

Fluid pressure in static fluids

Newton's universal law of gravitation (gravitation near earth's surface, gravitational force inside earth)

Gravitational potential energy and escape velocity

Kepler's 3 Laws (kinetic and potential energy of a satellite)
My courses:
When I create content for the lessons, I think deeply around the areas where students struggle and feel confused. My lessons tackle these parts in depth. Also, I believe visual representation of various ideas makes a lot of impact. The lessons have visuals and animations that are thought through quite deeply for maximum learning impact
And most importantly, I make myself available to answer questions of the enrolled students
...and this is what my students wrote to me
Csaba: I learned new ideas of approaches. I'm looking to try them in my professional practice as a teacher.Thanks! :)
Bobbie Smith: Amazing explanations, I really learned a lot. Thank you.
Satyam Jha: amazing!! i could not understand vectors in my class but here it is very easy to understand Thanks a lot!!
Fernando P. Radaza: It help me a lot to understand better about Physics of Work, Power & Energy.
Chamara Dilshan: it's good, explaining every small thing ,it's good to start physics beginners
Onofrio : The lessons given by the teacher are very interesting! Excellent course!
Simaran: Very deep understanding of the subject
Shiva: Very knowledgeable and sounds very nice and helpful
Gallina: Excellent the lessons held by the teacher with exhaustive explanations and well illustrated. Well done course! Smith: Great course.The presentation is very clear. Thank you.
Pawan Kumar: The way to teaching us is amazing with all diagrams
Samit This course has a lot of good content and very well presented. Thank you
Dani: It was concise and consequent. The exercises were good exposed and explained. Simply excellent. I promise, . that i will use some ideas in my every day practice in my classroom. I'm also teaching physics, but in Hingarian. . I finished this course to improve my skills, first of all in interesting approaches, and foreign language skills as . well. This course was exactly what I expected!
What you get 

You get lifetime access to this physics course

You can write to me for any support

A certificate of completion from Udemy

money back guarantee (valid within 30 days)
Lets start a conversation! go ahead and enroll !!
Physics of Work, Power & Energy (AP Physics, IIT JEE, NEET)
25 video lessons  2.5 hrs. (work, power & energy, work KE theorem, negative & positive work, conservative forces)
Created by Vishesh Nigam  learn faster, learn better with me!
Students: 1348, Price: $19.99
Students: 1348, Price: Paid
This course includes 25 videos totaling 2.5 hours of run time that you can learn online. Get a deep understanding of physics of

Work done by a force  In physics, work and energy can get confusing if not understood at a conceptual level. This lesson introduces you to this in a very simple way and lays foundation of this topic

What exactly is negative and positive work  Is it confusing to find when is work done by a force negative or positive? It indeed can be. Learn in this chapter how the dot product of force and displacement can give you the value of work done by the force and also if it is negative or positive.

Work kinetic energy theorem  Change in kinetic energy can be equated with the work done on the body. This is often expressed as the work kinetic energy theorem and is one of the most popular theorems in physics. Watch this lesson to understand how you can use this theorem to solve a lot of numerical problems.

Work done by gravitational force and spring force  What is the work done by gravitational force on a body? The simple answer is the dot product of force and displacement. This physics video lecture explains how this force actually does work on a body, negative or positive. The lesson also explores the work done when a mass is lifted up and brought down. This is explanation has been done using work energy theorem. It also explains why using this theorem is better than using Newton's laws of motion (often used in physics) in solving certain kinematic problems

Work done by a variable force  spring force is a good example of defining what is work done by a variable force. For this spring this force F = kx where the force varies as a linear function of displacement x. So far you have been finding work done by a force as a dot product of force and displacement where the force is constant. So this is an interesting lesson in the sense that here we will be dealing with forces that are variable in nature and how we can find work done by this variable force when it displaces a mass. We use differential calculus and integral calculus to establish this formula of physics

What is average power and instantaneous power  The formula for work done = dot product of force and displacement. However, this assumes a constant force F on a particle. What then is work done by a variable force. Watch this lesson to understand how integral calculus can help us find the work done when the force acting in a particle is variable. You may like to draw comparison with an earlier physics lesson on velocity and instantaneous velocity

What are conservative forces  What is a conservative force and how do you determine the work done by it, is an interesting relation between the work done by such a force and the potential energy and kinetic energy of a particle
Whats different about my courses:
When I create content for lessons, I think deeply around the areas where students struggle and feel confused. My lessons tackle these parts in depth. Also, I believe visual representation of various ideas makes a lot of impact. The lessons have visuals and animations that are thought through quite deeply
And most importantly, I make myself available personally to answer questions that a student who has enrolled may have
...and this is what my students wrote to me
Csaba: I learned new ideas of approaches. I'm looking to try them in my professional practice as a teacher.Thanks! :)
Bobbie Smith: Amazing explanations, I really learned a lot. Thank you.
Satyam Jha: amazing!! i could not understand vectors in my class but here it is very easy to understand Thanks a lot!!
Fernando P. Radaza: It help me a lot to understand better about Physics of Work, Power & Energy.
Chamara Dilshan: it's good, explaining every small thing ,it's good to start physics beginners
Onofrio : The lessons given by the teacher are very interesting! Excellent course!
Simaran: Very deep understanding of the subject
Shiva: Very knowledgeable and sounds very nice and helpful
Gallina: Excellent the lessons held by the teacher with exhaustive explanations and well illustrated. Well done course! Smith: Great course.The presentation is very clear. Thank you.
Pawan Kumar: The way to teaching us is amazing with all diagrams
Samit This course has a lot of good content and very well presented. Thank you
Dani: It was concise and consequent. The exercises were good exposed and explained. Simply excellent. I promise, . that i will use some ideas in my every day practice in my classroom. I'm also teaching physics, but in Hingarian. . I finished this course to improve my skills, first of all in interesting approaches, and foreign language skills as . well. This course was exactly what I expected!
Well, you get a lot more than you think

You get lifetime access to this course

You can write to me for any support

A certificate of completion from Udemy

money back guarantee (valid within 30 days)
Physics – Kinematics for High School and AP Physics 1
This is a comprehensive Algebra based Mechanics course in physics specifically covering topics of Kinematics.
Created by Corey Mousseau  New York State Master Teacher in Physics
Students: 1332, Price: $19.99
Students: 1332, Price: Paid
This course is one of several courses designed for Algebra Based AP Physics 1 and Regents Physics. In this course we will cover the topics of one and two dimensional motion.
The videos and resources will include lectures, demonstrations, and plenty of worked out example problems with High School physics curriculum and the AP Physics 1 curriculum in mind. This is perfect for any student planning to take the AP exam or any Introductory College physics student. While this course does not cover calculus based physics, any student enrolled in such course will still benefit from the ground work laid out here.
While this course does have sections for both High School and AP Level Physics, the videos intended for the AP crowed will be clearly labeled.
Upon completion of this course students should look to complete my other courses regarding the other content areas in AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2.
Physics: Newton’s Laws of Motion (AP Physics, IIT JEE, NEET)
50 lessons  5 hours . Relevant for IGCSE, high school, IIT JEE and NEET also
Created by Vishesh Nigam  learn faster, learn better with me!
Students: 1164, Price: $19.99
Students: 1164, Price: Paid
If Newton's third law is true then how does a horse pull a cart. The cart should pull the horse back with the same force.
Well, when the horse pulls the cart, it is true the the cart also pulls the horse with the same force. However, the dynamics are a little more complex. Well does not mean that the force that the horse exerts on the cart has got cancelled. The cart will continue to to experience the pull and so would the horse from the cart being pulled. In a way they are 2 separate forces, each acting on separate object.
This is the reason problems around Newton’s laws of motion are solved by using “free body diagrams”. So if you see the horse in “isolation”, the horse is pulled in the direction of the cart (say right ), the horse itself is also applying a “force” towards the left. As a result, the net force (force vector to the left and force vector to the right) produce a net force vector that makes the horse and the system move
Newton's laws of motion include three laws Newton's first law, Newton's second law, Newton's third law, that in conjunction are rock bed of classical mechanics. So you can see in the above example, how they help us understand the relationship between a mass or a body and the forces acting upon it and the motion in response to those forces.
The second part of this course introduces you to the following concepts 1. Center of mass (com) for a system of particles , 2.The velocity and acceleration of the center of mass and 3. Linear momentum for a single particle and a system of particles We will learn how center of mass of a system of masses can represent the system as a point. We also discuss the principle of conservation of linear momentum. We will also use the concept of conservation of linear momentum to study collisions in one and two dimensions and understand how momentum of rockets and the exhaust gases changes with time
Some of the most interesting problems in Physics are found in Mechanics. Most of these problems are around inclined planes, falling objects, frictional forces (static friction and dynamic friction), mass acceleration, velocity etc. Section 2 of this course is a compilation of such interesting problems and how they can be solved using Newton's laws of motion. The course makes use of calculus in certain places
Whats different about my courses:
When I create content for the lessons, I think deeply around the areas where students struggle and feel confused. My lessons tackle these parts in depth. Also, I believe visual representation of various ideas makes a lot of impact. The lessons have visuals and animations that are thought through quite deeply
And most importantly, I make myself available personally to answer questions that a student who has enrolled may have
My students wrote this to me
Bobbie Smith: Amazing explanations, I really learned a lot. Thank you.
Satyam Jha: amazing!! i could not understand vectors in my class but here it is very easy to understand Thanks a lot!!
Csaba: I learned new ideas of approaches. I'm looking to try them in my professional practice as a teacher.Thanks! :)
Fernando P. Radaza: It help me a lot to understand better about Physics of Work, Power & Energy.
Chamara Dilshan: it's good, explaining every small thing ,it's good to start physics beginners
Onofrio : The lessons given by the teacher are very interesting! Excellent course!
Simaran: Very deep understanding of the subject Shiva Very knowledgeable and sounds very nice and helpful
Gallina: Excellent the lessons held by the teacher with exhaustive explanations and well illustrated. Well done course! Smith: Great course.The presentation is very clear. Thank you.
Pawan Kumar: The way to teaching us is amazing with all diagrams
Samit This course has a lot of good content and very well presented. Thank you
Dani: It was concise and consequent. The exercises were good exposed and explained. Simply excellent. I promise, that i will use some ideas in my every day practice in my classroom. I'm also teaching physics, but in Hingarian. I finished this course to improve my skills, first of all in interesting approaches, and foreign language skills as well. This course was exactly what I expected!
Remember  you get a lot more than you think

You get lifetime access to this course

You can write to me for any support

A certificate of completion from Udemy

money back guarantee (valid within 30 days)
Lets start a conversation! go ahead and enroll!!
Physics – Dynamics for High School and AP Physics 1
This is a comprehensive Algebra based Mechanics course in physics specifically covering topics of Dynamics.
Created by Corey Mousseau  New York State Master Teacher in Physics
Students: 1031, Price: $19.99
Students: 1031, Price: Paid
This course is one of several courses designed for Algebra Based AP Physics 1. In this course we will cover the topic of Dynamics, which includes Newton's Laws, Linear Forces, Centripetal Forces, and Gravitation.
The videos and resources will include lectures, demonstrations, and plenty of worked out example problems with High School physics curriculum and the AP Physics 1 curriculum in mind. This is perfect for any student planning to take the AP exam or any Introductory College physics student. While this course does not cover calculus based physics, any student enrolled in such course will still benefit from the ground work laid out here.
While this course does have sections for both High School and AP Level Physics, the videos intended for the AP crowed will be clearly labeled.
Upon completion of this course students should look to complete my other courses regarding the other content areas in AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2.
Physics – Waves, Sound, & Optics – High School & AP Physics
Learn everything you need to know for waves, sounds, and optics, to master the High School and AP Physics curriculum
Created by Corey Mousseau  New York State Master Teacher in Physics
Students: 624, Price: $19.99
Students: 624, Price: Paid
This course is one of several courses designed for Algebra Based AP Physics 1. In this course we will cover the topics waves, sound, and optics.
The videos and resources will include lectures, demonstrations, and plenty of worked out example problems with High School physics curriculum and the AP Physics 1 curriculum in mind. This is perfect for any student planning to take the AP exam or any Introductory College physics student. While this course does not cover calculus based physics, any student enrolled in such course will still benefit from the ground work laid out here.
While this course does have sections for both High School and AP Level Physics, the videos intended for the AP crowed will be clearly labeled.
Upon completion of this course students should look to complete my other courses regarding the other content areas in AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2
Physics – Energy and Momentum – High School and AP Physics
This is a comprehensive algebra based mechanics course in physics specifically covering topics of Energy and Momentum.
Created by Corey Mousseau  New York State Master Teacher in Physics
Students: 452, Price: $19.99
Students: 452, Price: Paid
This course is one of several courses designed for Algebra Based AP Physics 1. In this course we will cover the topics of Mechanical Energy and Momentum. Subtopics include work, potential and kinetic energy, elastic potential energy, Hooke's law, conservation of energy, momentum, impulse, and conservation of momentum.
The videos and resources will include lectures, demonstrations, and plenty of worked out example problems with High School physics curriculum and the AP Physics 1 curriculum in mind. This is perfect for any student planning to take the AP exam or any Introductory College physics student. While this course does not cover calculus based physics, any student enrolled in such course will still benefit from the ground work laid out here.
While this course does have sections for both High School and AP Level Physics, the videos intended for the AP crowed will be clearly labeled.
Upon completion of this course students should look to complete my other courses regarding the other content areas in AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2.
Mastering AP Physics : Motion Under Gravity (Kinematics)
Physics Made Easy
Created by Pravesh Sharma  25 Years of Joy of Teaching Physics
Students: 379, Price: Free
Students: 379, Price: Free
Mostly, when high school students initially start doing the numerical on this topic, they commonly confuse between when to take acceleration due to gravity 'g' as positive and when to take it as negative. It persists for many throughout the entire course.
By the end of this course, the confusions will diffuse and you are crystal clear in your understanding.
In this course, I have tried to make the topic simple and easy to grasp.
I have kept this course short and to the point. Once it interests you can choose from my other courses also on various topics. I suggest you begin with "Newton's Laws of Motion" as it works as laying a strong foundation in the understanding of all topics of mechanics, then be it Circular Motion or Gravitation or Work Energy Power or else. It is entirely your choice whether to go first to mastering mechanics or sound and waves or electrostatics etc.
The course is kept free but that no way means it delivers less in terms of content or value. If you patiently go through the entire course, it may change how you looked at this topic.
In life, a little more effort and little more persistence and we can achieve a lot more.
Hi, my name is Pravesh Sharma. I am the instructor of this course. I am a graduate engineer from the Indian Institute of TechnologyNew Delhi (I.I.T) and also hold a postgraduate degree in applied psychology.
The formal pursuit of “Applied Psychology” & "Philosophy" has truly helped me to serve my students in a way that could not have been possible otherwise, especially those students who have been preparing for fierce competitive examination. Long years of arduous training can shake or break the confidence of young students in their own capabilities to achieve and make it happen. The experience I have gained in all these 25 years of teaching and interacting with my students (and their parents many times) coupled with an elementary understanding of human psyche has helped them achieve better with lesser psychological challenges & hurdles.
Teaching Physics to high school and engineering students is something I love to do.
COME ABOARD! IT’S TAKEOFF TIME!
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The course is intended for purchase by adults. As per Udemy Guidelines, those under 18 may use the services only if a parent or guardian opens their account, handles any enrollments, and manages their account usage.
Physics – Electromagnetism – AP Physics
This is a comprehensive algebra based course in physics specifically covering topics of Magnetism and Electromagnetism
Created by Corey Mousseau  New York State Master Teacher in Physics
Students: 296, Price: $19.99
Students: 296, Price: Paid
This course covers the exciting topic of electromagnetism! How do magnets work? What happens when a current is place near a magnet? How can we use magnets to generate electricity? We will explore the concepts of magnetism, magnetic forces, electromagnetism (Faraday's and Lens' Laws), and EM waves.
The videos and resources will include lectures, demonstrations, and plenty of worked out example problems with High School physics curriculum and the AP Physics 1 curriculum in mind. This is perfect for any student planning to take the AP exam or any Introductory College physics student. While this course does not cover calculus based physics, any student enrolled in such course will still benefit from the ground work laid out here.
Upon completion of this course students should look to complete my other courses regarding the other content areas in AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2.
Physics – Modern Physics – High School and AP Physics
This is a comprehensive algebra based physics course specifically covering topic modern physics.
Created by Corey Mousseau  New York State Master Teacher in Physics
Students: 268, Price: $19.99
Students: 268, Price: Paid
This course is one of several courses designed for Algebra Based AP Physics 2 and Regents Physics. In this course we will cover the topics of Modern Physics, covering Quantum, Blackbody Radiation, Photoelectric Effect, Photon Energy and Momentum, Wave Duality, Atomic History, Spectra, The Bohr Model, Nuclear Physics, and finally the Standard Model.
The videos and resources will include lectures, demonstrations, and plenty of worked out example problems with High School physics curriculum and the AP Physics 2 curriculum in mind. This is perfect for any student planning to take the AP exam or any Introductory College physics student. While this course does not cover calculus based physics, any student enrolled in such course will still benefit from the ground work laid out here.
While this course does have sections for both High School and AP Level Physics, the videos intended for the AP crowed will be clearly labeled.
Upon completion of this course students should look to complete my other courses regarding the other content areas in AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2.
Physics of Electricity (AP Physics, IIT JEE, NEET, IGCSE)
Electric potential  Electricity, Current, Voltage & Resistance  Capacitors Ohm's law  Kirchhoff's law in electricity
Created by Vishesh Nigam  learn faster, learn better with me!
Students: 213, Price: $19.99
Students: 213, Price: Paid
The flow of electricity through a conductor, say a wire, is known as current. The unit of measure of current is ampere (A). The driving force for current is called the voltage, measured in volts (V).
The formula that connects current, resistance and voltage is often shown through Ohm’s Law. Other laws in electricity that help us solve problems are Kirchhoff's current law and Kirchhoff's Voltage law
This course includes 22 topics, listed below

What is electric potential

What is electric potential energy

Equipotential surfaces

What are Capacitors

Energy in a capacitor

Capacitors in series and parallel

Dielectrics in a capacitor

What is electric current in electricity?

Direction of motion of charges and force on it

Drift velocity of current and derivation

Direction of conventional current

What is charge density

Comparison of electric current with flowing water

Definition of resistance and its relationship with current

Change in resistance with length and area of cross section of wire

What is resistivity? resistance Vs. resistivity

Ohm's law and power in circuits

What is an emf device in electricity?

How does a battery work? The skier analogy to understand emf

What happens inside a battery?

Derivation of emf equation

Potential difference calculation between points in a circuit using Kirchoff's law
How I make my courses
When I create content for lessons, I think deeply around the areas where students struggle and feel confused. My lessons tackle these parts in depth. Also, I believe visual representation of various ideas in physics makes a lot of impact. The lessons have visuals and animations that are thought through for faster learning and absorption of the subject
And most importantly, I make myself available to answer questions of students enrolled in my course
My students (some are wonderful teachers too) wrote this to me
Bobbie Smith: Amazing explanations, I really learned a lot. Thank you.
Satyam Jha: amazing!! i could not understand vector physics in my class but here it is very easy to understand Thanks!!
Csaba (teacher): I learned new ideas. I'm looking to try them in my professional practice as a physics teacher. Thanks! :)
Fernando P. Radaza: It help me a lot to understand better about physics of Work, Power & Energy.
Chamara Dilshan: it's good, explaining every small thing ,it's good to start physics beginners
Onofrio : The lessons given by the teacher are very interesting! Excellent course!
Simaran: Very deep understanding of the subject
Shiva: Very knowledgeable and sounds very nice and helpful
Gallina: Excellent the lessons held by the teacher with exhaustive explanations and well illustrated. Well done course!
Smith: Great course.The presentation is very clear. Thank you.
Pawan Kumar: The way to teaching us is amazing with all diagrams
Samit This course has a lot of good content and very well presented. Thank you
Dani (teacher): It was concise and consequent. The exercises were good exposed and explained. Simply excellent. I promise, that i will use some ideas in my every day practice in my classroom. I'm also teaching physics, but in Hungarian. I finished this course to improve my skills, first of all in interesting approaches, and foreign language skills as well. This course was exactly what I expected!
Physics – Static Electricity for High School and AP Physics
This course specifically covers the topic of electrostatics including electric charge, force, field, and potenial
Created by Corey Mousseau  New York State Master Teacher in Physics
Students: 151, Price: $19.99
Students: 151, Price: Paid
This course on static electricity is a continuation of a series of courses designed for AP Physics 1 & 2 and Regents Physics.
Static electricity, also known as electrostatics, is the first topic within the broader electromagnetism category. The course leads off introducing students to the electric charge. Students will learn the various methods of charging, including charging by conduction, polarization, and charging by induction.
We will work our way into a vector view on electrostatics through Coloumb's law where we will build a conceptual and quantitative understanding of the electric force. We will also deeply investigate the electric field through ample examples of field line patterns for a multitude of charge combinations including electric dipoles and parallel charged plates.
We wrap up this course exploring the scalar topics of electrostatics. Here we will discuss electric potential, potential energy, work, and equipotential lines.
Upon completion of this course students should look to complete my other courses regarding the other content areas in AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2.
Physics: Simple Harmonic Motion, Waves & Sound (AP Physics)
32 videos  5.2 hrs. for IIT JEE  NEET physics (simple harmonic motion, waves, sound, Doppler effect, springs, pendulum
Created by Vishesh Nigam  learn faster, learn better with me!
Students: 130, Price: $19.99
Students: 130, Price: Paid
learn faster, learn better with me!
This course includes 
Simple harmonic motion

Physics of springs and pendulum

Phase angle

Velocity & acceleration in SHM

Spring constant k & mass  time period & frequency

Kinetic and potential energy in SHM

Physics of a pendulum & SHM
Transverse waves

What is wave motion in physics

The wave function

Transverse wave and wave function

Derivation of wave velocity in X direction

Derivation of wave velocity equation

Kinetic energy & potential energy of a wave (includes derivation)

Standing waves and resonance (nodes and anti nodes)
Longitudinal waves

Sound (longitudinal wave Vs. transverse wave)

Displacement and pressure in a sound wave (compression and rarefaction)

Interference of sound waves (longitudinal)

Physics of sound intensity and decibel scale (the logarithmic scale)
Whats different about my courses:
When I create content for the lessons, I think deeply around the areas where students struggle and feel confused. My lessons tackle these parts in depth. Also, I believe visual representation of various ideas in physics makes a lot of impact. The lessons have visuals and animations that are thought through for faster learning and absorption of the subject
And most importantly, I make myself available to answer questions of students enrolled in my course
My students, some are wonderful teachers too :), wrote this to me
Bobbie Smith: Amazing explanations, I really learned a lot. Thank you.
Satyam Jha: amazing!! i could not understand vector physics in my class but here it is very easy to understand Thanks a lot!!
Csaba (teacher): I learned new ideas. I'm looking to try them in my professional practice as a physics teacher.Thanks! :)
Fernando P. Radaza: It help me a lot to understand better about physics of Work, Power & Energy.
Chamara Dilshan: it's good, explaining every small thing ,it's good to start physics beginners
Onofrio : The lessons given by the teacher are very interesting! Excellent course!
Simaran: Very deep understanding of the subject
Shiva: Very knowledgeable and sounds very nice and helpful
Gallina: Excellent the lessons held by the teacher with exhaustive explanations and well illustrated. Well done course!
Smith: Great course.The presentation is very clear. Thank you.
Pawan Kumar: The way to teaching us is amazing with all diagrams
Samit This course has a lot of good content and very well presented. Thank you
Dani (teacher): It was concise and consequent. The exercises were good exposed and explained. Simply excellent. I promise, that i will use some ideas in my every day practice in my classroom. I'm also teaching physics, but in Hungarian. I finished this course to improve my skills, first of all in interesting approaches, and foreign language skills as well. This course was exactly what I expected!
You get 

You get lifetime access to this course

You can write to me for any support

A certificate of completion from Udemy

money back guarantee (valid within 30 days)
Lets start a conversation! go ahead and enroll!!
Physics – DC Circuits – High School and AP Physics
Series Circuits, Parallel Circuits, Combinations Circuits, Kirchhoff's Laws and Circuits!
Created by Corey Mousseau  New York State Master Teacher in Physics
Students: 75, Price: $19.99
Students: 75, Price: Paid
This course is one of several courses designed for Algebra Based AP Physics 1 and Regents Physics. In this course we will cover DC Circuits in depth.
The videos and resources will include lectures, demonstrations, and plenty of worked out example problems with High School physics curriculum and the AP Physics 1 & 2 curriculum in mind. This is perfect for any student planning to take the AP exam or any Introductory College physics student. While this course does not cover calculus based physics, any student enrolled in such course will still benefit from the ground work laid out here.
While this course does have sections for both High School and AP Level Physics, the videos intended for the AP crowed will be clearly labeled.
Physics – Periodic Motion – High School and AP Physics
Springs, Pendulums, Oscillations, Simple Harmonic Motion, and Resonance!
Created by Corey Mousseau  New York State Master Teacher in Physics
Students: 72, Price: $19.99
Students: 72, Price: Paid
This course is one of several courses designed for Algebra Based AP Physics 1 and College Level Physics. In this course we will cover the topics of one and two dimensional motion.
The videos and resources will include lectures, demonstrations, and plenty of worked out example problems with High School physics curriculum and the AP Physics 1 curriculum in mind. This is perfect for any student planning to take the AP exam or any Introductory College physics student. While this course does not cover calculus based physics, any student enrolled in such course will still benefit from the ground work laid out here.
The Complete Course for the AP Physics 1 Exam
Practice the Most Critical Skills for All College Level Physics Exams
Created by Philip Baldock  Physics Grad, Programmer and Illustrator
Students: 53, Price: $29.99
Students: 53, Price: Paid
In past years, AP Physics 1 has had a pretty bad pass rate (according to the College Board website) but it doesn't have to be this way.

Physics has a lot of maths in but not nearly so much as AP Calculus, whose scores aren't so bad.

Physics is complicated and requires a lot of knowledge to be gained but far less that subjects like History or Biology.
In my experience as a post graduate teacher at the University of Birmingham, what Physics requires uniquely is a strong mathematical imagination. You have to be able to think reliably and creatively in order to do well on an exam. The only way to learn this is by practice. In this course, I've set you a wide range of questions fully worked through in order to test your flexibility and imagination to help prepare you for the unique challenges of Physics.
This course is built around last years AP Physics 1 course syllabus but the skills apply equally well to all entry level physics exams (and in fact all physics exams) so this could serve as good practice for all algebra based physics courses.
It consists of a series of sample questions written by me to be roughly representative of previous exam content and the syllabus released for last year's AP Physics 1 Exam but the focus is on methodology and imagination over particular things to memorise or note down.
This Udemy course covers, over various questions:

Kinematics

Wave Motion

Simple Harmonic Oscillators

Electrostatics

Circular Motion and Gravitation

Torque and Rotational Motion

Dynamics

Energy

Momentum
This is not a run through of any particular past exam and certainly not a walkthrough of the coming exam, I don't have this information and I am not affiliated with the official Advanced Placement teaching organisations. I am a physicist and I do have experience teaching undergraduates and I do believe that, for a lot of students, I can make a positive difference to the way they approach college level physics exams and the material discussed.
It wasn't so long ago when I did them that I've forgotten what it was like to take physics exams at the college and undergraduate levels. For most people, me included, it was a rough experience to go through. Looking back, they didn't need to be nearly so hard to learn and prepare for and I'll do everything I can to pass that insight on to you should you take this course.
Either way, I believe in you  with enough practice, you can do it.
Disclaimer:
By purchasing this course you agree that the course instructor is in no way liable for any disputes, claims, losses, injuries, or damage of any kind that might arise out of or relate to the content of this course or any supporting communications between instructor and student.
Physics: Heat & Thermodynamics (AP Physics, IIT JEE, IGCSE)
31 physics videos  4 Hrs. (expansion, conduction, convection, entropy, thermodynamics, kinetic theory of gases)
Created by Vishesh Nigam  learn faster, learn better with me!
Students: 49, Price: $19.99
Students: 49, Price: Paid
This course includes 
HEAT
Expansion and how it manifests in one, two and three dimension
How liquids and solids absorb heat
The First law of thermodynamics
Various heat transfer mechanism  conduction, convection and radiation
KINETIC THEORY OF GASES
Deep dive into the kinetic theory of gases
What really is "root mean square speed" (RMS Speed)
What is meant by "Mean free path"
How does Velocity distribution of atoms and molecules work
What are Molar specific heats
What is adiabatic process and the conditions
SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
What is The second law of thermodynamics
What is a Carnot Engine and how it works
What are refrigerators and the principle behind them
ENTROPY
What is Entropy
Mathematical treatment of Entropy
Entropy for reversible and irreversible processes
How I make my courses:
When I create content for lessons, I think deeply around the areas where students struggle and feel confused. My lessons tackle these parts in depth. Also, I believe visual representation of various ideas in physics makes a lot of impact. The lessons have visuals and animations that are thought through for faster learning and absorption of the subject
And most importantly, I make myself available to answer questions of students enrolled in my course
My students (some are wonderful teachers too) wrote this to me
Bobbie Smith: Amazing explanations, I really learned a lot. Thank you.
Satyam Jha: amazing!! i could not understand vector physics in my class but here it is very easy to understand Thanks a lot!!
Csaba (teacher): I learned new ideas. I'm looking to try them in my professional practice as a physics teacher.Thanks! :)
Fernando P. Radaza: It help me a lot to understand better about physics of Work, Power & Energy.
Chamara Dilshan: it's good, explaining every small thing ,it's good to start physics beginners
Onofrio : The lessons given by the teacher are very interesting! Excellent course!
Simaran: Very deep understanding of the subject
Shiva: Very knowledgeable and sounds very nice and helpful
Gallina: Excellent the lessons held by the teacher with exhaustive explanations and well illustrated. Well done course!
Smith: Great course.The presentation is very clear. Thank you.
Pawan Kumar: The way to teaching us is amazing with all diagrams
Samit This course has a lot of good content and very well presented. Thank you
Dani (teacher): It was concise and consequent. The exercises were good exposed and explained. Simply excellent. I promise, that i will use some ideas in my every day practice in my classroom. I'm also teaching physics, but in Hungarian. I finished this course to improve my skills, first of all in interesting approaches, and foreign language skills as well. This course was exactly what I expected!
You get 

You get lifetime access to this course

You can write to me for any support

A certificate of completion from Udemy

money back guarantee (valid within 30 days)
Lets start a conversation! go ahead and enroll!!
Mastering AP® Physics C: Mechanics (2021 – 2022), pt. 1 of 2
This course will teach you the content, tips, and insights for success on the AP Physics C: Mechanics exam.
Created by John Pearson  Math & Physics Teacher
Students: 32, Price: $34.99
Students: 32, Price: Paid
Although it can seem daunting, AP Physics C: Mechanics is a great course to teach you skills that will have longterm value in many different fields whether in science or engineering or math or other nonscientific fields. This course is designed to be approachable for any student and will logically walk you through the first half of the content required for the AP exam in May.
In addition to the content, this course will carefully cover the other skills required for success on the AP exam. These include:

incorporating calculus into physics

derivations when only variables are provided

working with experimental data, especially understanding how to successfully spot relationships in the data

familiarity with core, fundamental labs that apply the content to realworld scenarios that often show up on the AP exam
We will also cover ideas from AP problems from past exams so that you can see firsthand how the exam is scored and how to apply to content correctly in order to maximize your success. Whether you are taking this course in school or independently, this course will prove you valuable insight so that you can master AP Physics.
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