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AP Physics C Midterm



Ok, so today is my midterm and I've been studying and looking over my notes and everything and I think I'm about ready. The test is going to be an actual AP Mechanics exam I guess, so I've done a few practice ones and such to get ready for it. I'm hoping that I can get at least a 4 on this thing. This going to be a short post for now but I plan to update this later after the exam so I can complain talk about it. I guess that's all I have to say for now.


Wish me luck!


OK, that's one exam down! I think the multiple choice was a little rough (and by rough I mean there some questions that I completely guessed on because I had no clue) BUT I think the free response went better. There was a question on certain topic I hadn't studied (it was air resistance) so now I know what to study next time. Turns out I knew a lot more than I thought I did about mechanics! All in all, great learning experience!


Thanks for stopping by!


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