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Dan Koshland, the Berkeley biochemistry professor whose work yielded major contributions to studies of enzyme structure and function, was fond of repeating a student review turned in at the...

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As we have done for the last several years after the AP results are in, we have catalogued tweets from Trevor Packer, the College Board’s Head of AP, as...

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Some misconceptions about science, and scientists One of the surprises gleamed from our years of tutoring high school students is the misconceptions about what a scientist does, the creativity...

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Written by Giuseppe Introductory Physics classes will typically cover three important conservation laws: conservation of energy, conservation of momentum and conservation of angular momentum. In this blog post, we...

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Written by Chris In this blog we are going to look at how to identify errors and propagate uncertainties present in practical work. Not only is this understanding examinable...

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As we have done for the last several years after the AP results are in, we have catalogued tweets from Trevor Packer, the College Board’s Head of AP, as...

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High School Science: Why Some Kids Struggle, and How to Help Them Thinking back to your 8 AM high school chemistry lab, you may remember the kids who breezed...

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As we did last year, we have catalogued a bunch of tweets from Trevor Packer, the College Board’s Head of AP. These are really important tidbits of information for...

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Last year at around this time, we posted a blog about physics concepts that you needed to know as you got through the first month or so of the...

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Update: We are suggesting that the majority of AP Physics 1 students who wish to take the Physics SAT do so in August as opposed to the June administration....

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