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# AP Physics C Mechanics MCQs and FRQ Exam Style Questions

### Exam Style Practice Questions AP Physics C Mechanics MCQs ( Multiple Choice Questions)

MCQs

• Time: 45 minutes
• 35 multiple – choice questions (core)
• No marks deducted from incorrect answers
• A four-function, scientific, or graphing calculator is allowed
• 50% weight

Free-Response Questions

• Time: 45 minutes
• 3 Questions
• No marks deducted from incorrect answers
• A four-function, scientific, or graphing calculator is allowed
• 50% weight

Unit 2: Newton’s Laws of Motion

Unit 3: Work, Energy, and Power

Unit 4: Systems of Particles and Linear Momentum

Unit 7: Gravitation

#### Exam Style Practice Questions AP Physics C Mechanics Free-Response Questions(FRQs)

MCQs

• Time: 45 minutes
• 35 multiple – choice questions (core)
• No marks deducted from incorrect answers
• A four-function, scientific, or graphing calculator is allowed
• 50% weight

Free-Response Questions

• Time: 45 minutes
• 3 Questions
• No marks deducted from incorrect answers
• A four-function, scientific, or graphing calculator is allowed
• 50% weight

Unit 2: Newton’s Laws of Motion

Unit 3: Work, Energy, and Power

Unit 4: Systems of Particles and Linear Momentum

Unit 7: Gravitation

### Course Content

The AP Physics C: Mechanics Exam assesses student application of the science practices and understanding of the learning objectives outlined in the course framework. The exam is 1 hour and 30 minutes long and includes 35 multiple-choice questions and 3 free-response questions. A four-function, scientific, or graphing calculator is allowed on both sections of the exam.

Exam Weighting for the Multiple-Choice Section of the AP Exam
Units Exam Weighting
Unit 1: Kinematics 14–20%
Unit 2: Newton’s Laws of Motion 17–23%
Unit 3: Work, Energy, and Power 14–17%
Unit 4: Systems of Particles and Linear Momentum 14–17%
Unit 5: Rotation 14–20%
Unit 6: Oscillations 6–14%
Unit 7: Gravitation 6–14%

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