Information for Teachers of AP Physics C: Mechanics Classes
The level of math necessary to understand the physics is what separates the videos.
My Mathematical Degree of Difficulty ratings for AP Physics C videos are from 1 to 5:
1) No math. Very few equations. Mostly just concepts.
2) Some algebra, however, no rearranging of formulas.
3) Includes some rearranging of formulas and/or a trigonometric function or two.
My Mathematical Degree of Difficulty ratings for AP Physics C videos are from 1 to 5:
1) No math. Very few equations. Mostly just concepts.
2) Some algebra, however, no rearranging of formulas.
3) Includes some rearranging of formulas and/or a trigonometric function or two.
 May include simple derivatives or integrals.
 May include intermediate derivatives or integrals.
 May include complicated derivatives or integrals.
A legend for the cryptic notes by the video links
For Example: AP1 [3] (9:27) A Three Force Example of Newton's 2nd Law with Components

 "AP1" means it is a video I originally created for AP Physics 1, however, the it also covers AP Physics C: Mechanics.
 "APC" means it is a video created specifically for AP Physics C: Mechanics or Electricity & Magnetism
 "AP2" means it is a video I originally created for AP Physics 2, however, it also covers AP Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism
 [3] Means a Mathematical Degree of Difficult rating of 3.
 (9:27) Means the video is 9 minutes 27 seconds in length.
 [VV] Means it is a "Vertical Video", usually less than 1 minute in length, and briefly covers a topic.
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As an AP Physics C teacher, you often ask me, "How can I best use these review videos in my AP Physics C Classes?"
First you need to understand that the review videos are split in to two basic categories; Topic Review and Exam Review:
Here is how I would suggest that you, as an AP Physics C Teacher, use these materials. Rather than doing an inclass review of your own, you can assign my videos for students to review at home. Rather than trying to work through the solutions to an old exam yourself in class, you can assign the 1998 Exam and have your students watch my solutions at home. The idea is to increase the efficiency of your students work and increase the usefulness of class time. Let's look at the Multiple Choice Solutions as an example:
First you need to understand that the review videos are split in to two basic categories; Topic Review and Exam Review:
 Topic Review:
 Review of All Mechanics Topics in 12 videos!
 Review of All Electricity & Magnetism Topics and a Review of All Electricity & Magnetism Dimensions.
Exam Review: 8 General Suggestions for the Free Response Questions of any AP Physics Exam
 Solutions to the entire 1998 AP Physics C Released Exam, including:
Mechanics  Multiple Choice and Free Response Questions
Electricity & Magnetism  Multiple Choice and Free Response Questions
 Review of All Mechanics Topics in 12 videos!
Here is how I would suggest that you, as an AP Physics C Teacher, use these materials. Rather than doing an inclass review of your own, you can assign my videos for students to review at home. Rather than trying to work through the solutions to an old exam yourself in class, you can assign the 1998 Exam and have your students watch my solutions at home. The idea is to increase the efficiency of your students work and increase the usefulness of class time. Let's look at the Multiple Choice Solutions as an example:
My video solutions to the 70 Multiple Choice problems are 131 minutes long. It is unreasonable for any teacher to try to get through all of those solutions in class. And it is unreasonable to expect students to sit though all 70 Multiple Choice solutions in class because each student doesn't need to see every solution. So each student can, using the Multiple Choice Solutions Playlist, only watch the problem solutions they need to.

If your students use my videos outside of class, that frees up time in class for you to do further review. In class you can clarify solutions to some of the 1998 AP Physics C Exam problems, you can do review games, group projects, solve more problems; there are many other activities you can do in class rather than a lecture review, because I have already done that for you.
Thanks and please enjoy,
Jon 
Link: AP Physics C 1998 Released Exam
The Mechanics Multiple Choice Problems are on pages 125  135.
The E&M Multiple Choice Problems are on pages 137  147.
The Multiple Choice Answers are on page 171.
The Mechanics Free Response Questions are on pages 153  161.
The Mechanics Free Response Question Solutions are on pages 173  199.
The E&M Free Response Questions are on pages 163  169.
The E&M Free Response Question Solutions are on pages 200  219.
AP® is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
The Mechanics Multiple Choice Problems are on pages 125  135.
The E&M Multiple Choice Problems are on pages 137  147.
The Multiple Choice Answers are on page 171.
The Mechanics Free Response Questions are on pages 153  161.
The Mechanics Free Response Question Solutions are on pages 173  199.
The E&M Free Response Questions are on pages 163  169.
The E&M Free Response Question Solutions are on pages 200  219.
AP® is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.