AP Physics C (MECHANICS) Exam Prep

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Our approach to test prep for the AP Physics C Exam (Mechanics) relies on finding the perfect balance between reviewing content and honing test strategy. Many of the test-taking techniques that our tutors have mastered are extremely effective on these tests, but content necessarily makes up a more significant part of preparation than it does for many other assessments. Given that, our tutors only qualify to work on these tests if they have extensive knowledge of the specific exam and its content; many even own graduate degrees in the relevant subject area.

Your tutor will be an AP Physics C Exam (Mechanics) prep expert, and they’ll ensure that you go into test day feeling like an expert too.

Four Simple Steps.
One great AP Physics C (Mechanics) Exam Score.

Select Your Tutor

Talk to us in chat to review your options, schedule a call with one of our Program Coordinators to discuss your needs in detail, or skip all that and select a tutor directly using the roster below. A full bio, including all areas of specialization, is available on each tutor's public homepage.

Reserve a Roster Spot

To ensure that every students gets the attention they deserve, each tutor only takes on a limited number of students at once. Because of this, there is a one-time fee for claiming a spot, and it includes the cost of all the materials you will use throughout your program.

Access Your Materials

Next, we'll introduce you to your tutor by email, deliver your first batch of digital materials, and provide you with immediate access to your tutor's private homepage, which includes their calendar, file-sharing system, contact information, and more.

Schedule Your Sessions

Finally, book your first appointment using your tutor's real-time availability. Schedule single sessions and pay as you go, or book multiple sessions in advance – it's entirely up to you. And if you ever need to reschedule, you can do so at no charge with 24 hours' notice using the same simple system.

Our AP Physics C (Mechanics) Exam Prep Tutors

Jonah Fishel

Jonah Fishel

Inspirica's Information Systems Specialist and full-time tutor, Jonah's is Inspirica’s jack-of-all-trades. His favorite thing in the world is watching someone light up when they understand a difficult concept for the first time. More...

Andres Sanin

Andres Sanin

An immunology lab professional with a Masters in Medical Sciences, Andres aims for each of his students to reach beyond their reach schools. More...

Cody O'Brien

Cody O'Brien

In addition to teaching every test, his background in math and physics makes him one of our most popular calculus, statistics, and computer science tutors. More...

Deidre Wilson

Deidre Wilson

One of our team's true math gurus, Deidre tutors advanced math and sciences and all forms of standardized test prep while pursuing an MS in Civil Engineering and Project Management. More...

True Haynes

True Haynes

A former high school physics teacher who has knack for teaching and a passion for mathematical concepts that makes him one of Inspirica's elite tutors. More...

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The application process can feel like a whirlwind: you’ve got a lot to think about, and things can move very quickly. Fortunately, our Program Coordinators are experienced, knowledgeable, and ready to help – whether this is your first time through the process or your fifth, our team will help you select the prep program that best fits your goals, timeline, and budget.

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