Self-Paced Physics Competition Prep Bundles
The two most common physics competitions are the Physics Bowl and the Physics Team (starting with the F=ma exam and leading to the Physics Olympiad competition).
- Physics Bowl is a 45 minute, 40 question multiple choice exam held each Spring in March or April. This exam is algebra based and covers questions and covers basic knowledge from all areas of introductory physics. Click here to visit the Physics Bowl website.
- F=ma and Physics Olympiad are calculus based and cover advanced knowledge in physics. The F=ma exam is a 75 minute, 25 question multiple choice exam held each January. It covers only mechanics. The Physics Olympiad is a 3 hour free response exam held each April. If covers all areas of physics and many questions require calculus to justify answers. Click here to visit the Physics Team website for more information about F=ma and Physics Olympiad.
Preparation bundles for the Physics Bowl and F=ma Exam are available below. These bundles include review of fundamental topics needed plus problem solving for the competition.
This is a self-paced physics course bundle for the preparation of the annual Physics Bowl competition. Included courses and recordings:
- Physics Fundamentals Year Bundle covering mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity & magnetism, and modern physics. These courses cover the important concepts and ideas students need for the Physics Bowl competition.
- Physics Bowl Recordings from a previous workshop covering problems from previous Physics Bowl Contests. Four recordings (~2 hours each) are included.
Links to the included courses, for accessing the videos and class materials, are on the course page, and will be visible once enrollment is completed.
Tuition for this self-paced course is \$1260.
This is a bundle course for preparing for the annual Physics Olympiad, the F-ma contest. Two sets of recordings from previous courses are included:
- 15 videos (~16 hours in total) of practice problem solving for the F=ma (from our "8 Week Prep Course for the F=ma")
- 10 videos (~6 hours in total) of videos covering fundamental concepts for the F=ma (from our "Physics Challenge II: Mechanics" course)
Tuition for this self-paced course is \$800.