2021 Winter – Exam Prep Course for AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism


This course is designed to help the students that are currently taking the AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism class at school to prepare for the test on May 3, 2021.

In this course, you will explore concepts such as electrostatics, conductors, capacitors and dielectrics, electric circuits, magnetic fields, and electromagnetism. You’ll do hands-on laboratory work and in-class activities to investigate phenomena and use calculus to solve problems.

Key focus areas:

  • Interpreting and describing visual representations of physical situations
  • Coming up with a hypothesis and designing an experiment to test it
  • Creating graphs and diagrams to represent data and physical situations
  • Analyzing data shown in a graph
  • Determining the relationship between physical qualities
  • Solving physics problems using mathematical relationships
  • Developing and supporting a scientific claim with evidence


Outline of class topics:

Lesson 1 – 3:
Unit 1: Electrostatics (26%–34% of multiple-choice score)

Lesson 4:
Unit 2: Conductors, Capacitors, Dielectrics (14%–17% of multiple-choice score)

Lesson 5 – 6:
Unit 3: Electric Circuits (17%–23% of multiple-choice score)

Lesson 7-8:
Unit 4: Magnetic Fields (17%–23% of multiple-choice score)

Lesson 9 – 10:
Unit 5: Electromagnetism (14%–20% of multiple-choice score)

Lesson 11- 12:
Test Review

Course Features

  • Grade G10 - G12
  • Max Enroll 6
  • Class Time 9:00 am – 10:30 am EST, Sundays (1/17 - 4/25, no class on 2/14, 3/28, 4/4)
  • Class Location Online
$336/12 Classes
Qi Xia, graduated with a Master degree in Electronic Engineering and a Master degree in Computer Science, currently works for an automotive company in the field of Android Application Development. He has participated in the development of “Ford Pass" and “Lincoln Way” – new generation android apps that can realize real time control of your vehicle in an Artificial Intelligent way. Qi has taught several AP classes at different education institutions for two years, including AP Physics, AP Calculus, AP Statistics, and AP Computer Science A.