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At a Glance

A first-of-its-kind STEM preparation course in Ponte Vedra.

Explores principles vital to all technical fields with emphasis on Classical Mechanics and Experimentalism.

Improve your skills in...

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A Glance

Physics

Mathematics

Computer Science

Problem Solving

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But... How Will It Help Me?

In addition to Critical Thinking and Physical Intuition, this course will greatly supplement:

  • AP Calculus

  • AP Statistics

  • IB Mathematics

  • AP Physics

  • IB Physics

  • AP Computer Science

  • IB Computer Science

How It Helps
About Us
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Meet The Instructors

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Rohan Misra

  • 3rd year Undergraduate at Cornell University pursuing a Major in Physics with Honors

  • Undergraduate Researcher with the CERN Compact Muon Solenoid Experiment

  • Undergraduate Teaching Assistant for the Cornell Physics Department

  • 2 semester Dean's List recipient in Cornell's College of Arts and Sciences

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Andre Alvarez

  • 3rd year Undergraduate at Cornell University pursuing a Major in Applied and Engineering Physics and a Minor in Compuer Science

  • Extensive one on one tutoring experience in Math and Physics

  • 4 semester Dean;s List recipient in Cornell's College of Engineering

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Syllabus

Mathematics

  • Trigonometry

  • Functions

  • Limits

  • Differential Calculus

  • Integral Calculus

  • Vector Algebra and Operations

  • Coordinate Systems

  • Taylor's Theorem and Approximation

  • Descriptive Statistics

Experiments/Demonstrations

  • Finding the Local Gravitational Field Strength

  • Finding the Coefficient of Friction Trigonometrically

  • Trajectory Optimization

  • Stacked Collisions

  • Gyroscopic Precession

  • Astronomical Prediction

Physics

  • Kinematics

  • Newton's Laws

  • The Law of Universal Gravitation

  • Conservation Laws and Collisions

  • Circular Motion and Rotation

  • Harmonic Oscillators

  • Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity

  • Experimental Procedure and Design

  • A Brief Introduction to Particle Physics

  • A Brief Introduction to Astronomy

Computer Science

  • Basic Modeling

  • Basic Script Coding

  • Data Analysis and Management

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Details

Prerequisites:

Geometry - Required

Algebra II - Recommended

An Interest in Math and Physics - Required

An Enjoyment of Puzzle-Solving - Required

Pricing:

 

$900 for 55 hours of Instruction

Dates:

July 12th to August 13th 

Timing and Location:

1:00PM - 5:00PM, Monday & Wednesday

1:00PM - 4:00PM, Friday

All In-person @ 'the link'!

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