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AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based Structure

50 Questions 1hr 30mins 50% of Score

  • Questions are either discrete questions or question sets, in which students are provided with a stimulus or a set of data and a series of related questions.
  • The section includes 5 individual multi-select questions (2 options are correct).

5 Questions 1hr 30mins 50% of Score

This section contains 5 free-response questions of the following types:

  • Experimental Design (1 question)
  • Qualitative/Quantitative Translation (1 question)
  • Short Answer: Paragraph Argument (1 question)
  • Short Answer (2 questions)

Course Content

The AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based Exam will assess your knowledge of the scientific concepts covered in the course units, as well as your ability to use algebra to solve problems involving Newtonian mechanics, energy, and other topics.

Throughout the exam, you may use a four-function, scientific, or graphing calculator, and tables of commonly used physics equations and formulas will be provided.

Algebra-Based Syllabus

Unit 1: Kinematics

You’ll be introduced to the study of motion.


Topics may include:

  • Position, velocity, and acceleration
  • Representations of motion

On The Exam

12%–18% of exam score


You’ll revisit the concepts you worked with in Unit 1 to explore force, which is the interaction of an object with another object.


Topics may include:

  • Systems
  • The gravitational field
  • Contact forces
  • Newton’s First Law
  • Newton’s Third Law and free-body diagrams
  • Newton’s Second Law
  • Applications of Newton’s Second Law

On The Exam

16%–20% of exam score

Circular Motion and Gravitation

You’ll build on your understanding of motion and force as you study more complex models of motion, such as the circular path of a satellite orbiting a planet.


Topics may include:

  • Vector fields
  • Fundamental forces
  • Gravitational and electric forces
  • Gravitational field/acceleration due to gravity on different planets
  • Inertial vs. gravitational mass
  • Centripetal acceleration vs. centripetal force
  • Free-body diagrams for objects in uniform circular motion

On The Exam

6%–8% of exam score


You’ll learn the definitions of and relationships between energy, work, and power.

Topics may include:

  • Open and closed systems: Energy
  • Work and mechanical energy
  • Conservation of energy, the work–energy principle, and power

On The Exam

20%–28% of exam score


You’ll explore the relationship between force, time, and momentum and learn to use the law of conservation of momentum to analyze physical situations.


Topics may include:

  • Momentum and impulse
  • Representations of changes in momentum
  • Open and closed systems: momentum
  • Conservation of linear momentum

On The Exam

12%–18% of exam score

Simple Harmonic Motion

You’ll use the tools, techniques, and models you’ve learned in previous units to analyze a new type of motion: simple harmonic motion.


Topics may include:

  • Period of simple harmonic oscillators
  • Energy of a simple harmonic oscillator

On The Exam

4%–6% of exam score

Torque and Rotational Motion

You’ll explore the motion of an object rotating around an axis and you’ll study torque, the measure of a force that can cause rotational motion.

Topics may include:

  • Rotational kinematics
  • Torque and angular acceleration
  • Angular momentum and torque
  • Conservation of angular momentum

On The Exam


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