PhysicsBowl 2016 Exam Date will be on March 30 – April 15, 2016
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Time: Sunday Afternoon 3:30pm to 6:00pm, 2/28, 3/6, 3/13, 3/20, 3/27
Address: 1340 S De Anza Blvd., #204 ,San Jose, CA 95129Contact: 408-366-2204, or email@example.com Tuition : $400 Search information for PhysicsBowl : http://www.aapt.org/Programs/PhysicsBowl/ 1. Every class will review physics concept Mechanics, Wave, Electromagnetic, Optical and Modern Physics. 2. Review the Questions over the years and explain the difficult ones, and help with the wrong problems.
How the Contest Works
Each year, approximately 10,000 students take a 40-question, 45-minute timed, multiple-choice test under their school’s supervision. The 2016 exam will be given between March 30 and April 15, 2016. Exam questions are based on topics and concepts covered in a typical high school physicscourse.
To enhance the distribution of awards, Division I is for first-year physics students and Division II is for second-year physics students. Each Division has 14 regions that have been established across the country to allow schools in each region to compete against one another. Specialized math and science schools compete in their own region.
Division: There are 2 divisions for students…
- Division 01 – (Students will answer only questions 1 – 40)
This is for students taking their first course in physics. The level of the course does not matter. Students taking AP Physics have an advantage in depth of material, but students in non-AP curriculum have an advantage of potentially discussing other topics on the contest that do not appear in the AP curriculum.
- Division 02 -(Students will answer only questions 11 – 50)
This is for students taking their 2nd physics course (or more)… OR students wishing a challenge… so anyone can take Div. 02
- the overall top 10 students in each division
- the overall top 5 schools in each division
- the first and second place students in each division by region.
- the top 4 schools in each region by division
- a list of the top 20 student scores in each division that did not win a prize