How much should you study a day in college?
Around 1-2 hours per day. Rule of Thumb: 2 hours of study per 1 hour of class; if going full time (12 hours), that equals 24 hours of studying per week, AND don’t forget your part-time or full-time job!
Is AP Physics 1 Difficult?
Because AP Physics 1 & 2 are algebra-based courses (no calculus), they aren’t as hard as more advanced AP Physics courses, though most students find it harder than regular high school physics classes.
Is College Physics 1 hard?
College level physics relies more heavily on math. The concepts start to get much more difficult once you get to higher level classes so just be prepared to use concepts you might not fully understand and a lot of math to connect concepts together and to solve problems.
Is AP Physics 1 or 2 harder?
Going forward with this understanding, it stands to reason that most students taking both courses will find AP Physics 2 to be more difficult that AP Physics 1. The topics are generally more abstract and some of the most difficult topics to grasp are contained within Physics 2.
Is College Physics 2 hard?
It’s definitely a bit harder, but don’t be discouraged. It covers a lot of interesting material. You might have to study a little harder, but that’s it. If you did well in Physics 1, you should do fine in Physics 2 as well.