AP Physics-C

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Mechanics + Electricity & Magnetism


Uses Calculus. Basic understanding of differential and integral calculus is a pre-requisite.


Heavier focus on problem solving than studying theory. Theory and formula handouts will be provided but a greater focus will be on problem solving.

Who will benefit

Students who will be taking AP Physics - C in a future year. This is an enrichment unit, not a tutoring unit, hence we do not open this to students needing help with AP Physics in their current school year.
While this course uses Calculus and most AP Physics courses offered by High Schools follow AP Physics - 1 and 2 (without Calculus), the content and approach in AP Physics-C will be more advanced than the regular AP Physics course and hence will prepare students with a solid foundation even for non Calculus based Physics.
AP Physics - C adds tremendous value to College Applications targeting top STEM colleges, and in addition most colleges will accept a score of 4 or above for College Credit. Not many students take AP Physics - C, being amongst the few who do - demonstrates your ability to handle the most challenging Physics curriculum available.

Program Details

College Board curriculum followed:



  • Motion in One Dimension
  • Motion in Two Dimensions

Newton's Laws of Motion

  • Introduction to 3 laws & Application
  • Circular Motion

Work, Energy, and Power

  • Work-Energy Theorem
  • Force and Potential Energy
  • Conservation of Energy
  • Power

System of Particles and Linear Momentum

  • Center of Mass
  • Impulse and Momentum
  • Conservation of Linear Momentum, Collisions


  • Torque and Rotational Statics
  • Rotational Kinematics
  • Rotational Dynamics and Energy
  • Angular Momentum and Conservation


  • Simple Harmonic Motion, Springs, and Pendulums


  • Gravitational Forces
  • Orbits of Planets and Satellites


Electricity & Magnetism


  • Charge & Coulomb's law
  • Electric Field and Electric Potential
  • Electric Potential Due to Point Charges and Uniform Fields
  • Gauss’s Law
  • Fields and Potentials of Other Charge Distributions

Conductors, Capacitors, Dielectrics

  • Electrostatics with Conductors
  • Capacitors, Dielectrics: Capacitors

Electric Circuits

  • Current, Resistance, and Power
  • Steady-State Direct Current Circuits with Batteries and Resistors Only

Magnetic Fields

  • Forces on Moving Charges in Magnetic Fields
  • Forces on Current Carrying Wires in Magnetic Fields
  • Fields of Long Current Carrying Wires
  • Biot–Savart Law and Ampère’s Law


  • Electromagnetic Induction (Including Faraday’s Law and Lenz’s Law)
  • Inductance (Including + LR circuits)
  • Maxwell’s Equations

About the Instructor

The course will be taught by Mr. Dutt, who founded Thinking Feet. Mr. Dutt has had a long passion for Math (especially Calculus), and Physics. His passions led him to an Electrical Engineering undergrad from one of the top colleges in India, getting into which required students to demonstrate a very advanced command on Math, Physics, and Chemistry. Mr. Dutt has had a long career in Electronic Circuit Design for Microprocessors, Software Engineering, Risk Management, Data Science, prior to starting Thinking Feet. His teaching style is collaborative where the students are constantly engaged in discussions, brainstorming, and problem solving.

Class Logistics

Starting Sep 2023 (register for free to reserve space)


2 days a week, one hour each day. Moderate homework.

Days of week will be decided in discussion with registered students.

Pricing (per 4 weeks)

Students who have taken AP Calculus with Thinking Feet: $250

New Students: $300


Thinking Feet’s main learning center is located in the Ballantyne area in Mecklenburg county. We are just minutes away from nearby Blakeney, Weddington, Marvin, Waxhaw, Pineville, Matthews, Wesley Chapel, Piper Glen and Fort Mill, SC.​​​​