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AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based Structure

50 Questions 1hr 30mins 50% of Score

This section contains multiple-choice questions that include:

  • Individual, single questions
  • Questions in sets that refer to the same diagram or data presentation
  • Multi-select questions (2 options are correct)

Questions may test your ability to:

  • Interpret and describe representations and models
  • Use mathematics to solve science problems
  • Design an experiment to answer a scientific question or test a hypothesis
  • Analyze data and evaluate evidence
  • Work with scientific explanations and theories
  • Make connections

4 Questions 1hr 30mins 50% of Score

For the free-response section, credit for answers depends on the quality of the solutions and explanations shown, so be sure to show your work.

This section includes these types of questions:

  • Experimental Design (1 question): pertains to designing and describing an investigation, analysis of lab data, and observations to identify patterns or explain phenomena
  • Qualitative/Quantitative Translation (1 question): requires you to express a justification or reasoning quantitatively (using numbers, equations, diagrams, etc.) and qualitatively (in words)
  • Short Answer (2 questions, 1 requiring a paragraph-length argument)

Questions may test your ability to:

  • Interpret and describe representations and models
  • Use mathematics to solve science problems
  • Design an experiment to answer a scientific question or test a hypothesis
  • Analyze data and evaluate evidence
  • Work with scientific explanations and theories
  • Make connections

Course Content

The AP Physics 2 Exam will assess your understanding of the scientific concepts covered in the course units, as well as your ability to solve problems involving quantum, atomic, and nuclear physics using algebra.

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.

Fluids: Pressure and Forces

You’ll learn about the characteristics of fluids and how a fluid’s internal structure and interactions define these characteristics.


Topics may include:

  • Fluid systems
  • Density
  • Pressure and forces
  • Fluids and free-body diagrams
  • Buoyancy
  • Conservation of energy in fluid flow
  • Conservation of mass flow rate in fluids

On The Exam

10%–12% of exam score


You’ll study heat, temperature, and thermal energy in contexts such as heat engines, heat pumps, and refrigerators.


Topics may include:

  • Thermodynamic systems
  • Pressure, thermal equilibrium, and the Ideal Gas Law
  • Thermodynamics and forces
  • Heat and energy transfer
  • Thermodynamics and collisions
  • Probability, thermal equilibrium, and entropy

On The Exam

12%–18% of exam score

Electric Force, Field, and Potential

You’ll begin your study of electromagnetism by getting familiar with fundamental concepts such as electric charge and electric forces.


Topics may include:

  • Electric systems and charge
  • Charge distribution: Friction, conduction, and induction
  • Electric permittivity
  • Electric forces and free-body diagrams
  • Gravitational and electromagnetic forces
  • Electric charges and fields
  • Conservation of electric energy

On The Exam

18%–22% of exam score

Electric Circuits

You’ll continue to examine the behavior of charged particles to learn about the components of a circuit, the path that an electric current travels on.


Topics may include:

  • Definition and conservation of electric charge
  • Resistivity and resistance
  • Resistance and capacitance
  • Kirchhoff’s loop rule
  • Kirchhoff’s junction rule and the conservation of electric charge

On The Exam

10%–14% of exam score

Magnetism and Electromagnetic Induction

You’ll build on your knowledge of electrostatic forces and fields to explore the relationships between moving electric charges—electric currents—and the magnetic forces and fields they generate.


Topics may include:

  • Magnetic systems
  • Magnetic permeability and magnetic dipole moment
  • Vector and scalar fields
  • Monopole and dipole fields
  • Magnetic fields and forces
  • Forces review
  • Magnetic flux

On The Exam

10%–12% of exam score

Geometric and Physical Optics

You’ll be introduced to the different ways of thinking about and modeling electromagnetic waves, or light.


Topics may include:

  • Waves
  • Electromagnetic waves
  • Periodic waves
  • Refraction, reflection, and absorption
  • Images from lenses and mirrors
  • Interference and diffraction

On The Exam

12%–14% of exam score

Quantum, Atomic, and Nuclear Physics

You’ll be introduced to the concepts of modern physics and learn how these new models can resolve the conflicts and questions that Newtonian physics could not answer.


Topics may include:

  • Systems and fundamental forces
  • Radioactive decay
  • Energy in modern physics (energy in radioactive decay and E=mc2)
  • Mass–energy equivalence
  • Properties of waves and particles
  • Photoelectric effect
  • Wave function and probability

On The Exam

10%–12% of exam score

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Embark on a journey of comprehensive coverage of AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based concepts with our program, featuring over 20+ hours of dedicated instruction. Immerse yourself in the subject matter, master essential topics, and build a robust foundation that goes beyond conventional teaching methods.

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