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Dr. Radi Jishi, Ph.D.

AP Physics B Advanced

Dr. Radi Jishi, Ph.D.

Dr. Radi Jishi’s AP Physics B course will help you do well in your AP course and prepare you to ace the exam. While this series is tailored to the AP test with plenty of free response type questions at the end of each lecture, college students studying physics will also benefit from the courses’ detailed explanations. Dr. Jishi also makes sure students fully understand the mathematics involved with a review of trigonometry and vectors. Topics include everything from Newton’s Laws and Conservation of Energy to Thermodynamics, Waves, and Optics. Dr. Jishi earned his Ph.D from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, published over 60+ papers in peer-reviewed journals, and has been teaching for over 20 years.

271 ratings & 16 reviews

AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Advanced

Dr. Radi Jishi, Ph.D.

Dr. Radi Jishi continues helping students master Electricity and Magnetism with his AP Physics C course. Building on previous concepts, Professor Jishi guides you through complex physics problems and prepares you for the Calculus based physics of the Advanced Placement test. Although the course is geared towards obtaining a 5 on the AP test, College students studying physics will also benefit from the detailed explanations and plenty of comprehensive extra examples in every lesson. Professor Jishi received his Ph.D in Physics from MIT and has been teaching over 20 years. While not teaching, Professor Jishi researches carbon systems, nanotubes, and superconductivity with prestigious grants from entities such as the Air Force, National Science Foundation, and the National Institute of Health. He has also published over 60 papers in peer-reviewed physics journals.

734 ratings & 10 reviews

AP Physics C: Mechanics Advanced

Dr. Radi Jishi, Ph.D.

Physics is often considered the most fundamental of all the natural sciences and its theories attempt to explain the behavior of the smallest building blocks of matter, the universe, and everything in between. Understanding how the universe works may sound overwhelming, but AP Physics is only hard if you do not have the right guidance. AP Physics C is Calculus based and Dr. Jishi makes sure students fully understand the more complicated mathematics with a multitude of clearly explained examples. High school students planning to ace the Advanced Placement exam are not the only ones who will find this course easy to understand and extremely helpful. College students studying physics will also benefit from this course, since the lessons offer detailed explanations and plenty of comprehensive extra examples. Professor Jishi earned his Ph.D from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, published over 60+ papers in peer-reviewed journals, and has been teaching for over 20 years.

743 ratings & 12 reviews

AP Physics B Advanced

Dr. Radi Jishi, Ph.D.

By Scott YangJuly 31 at 7:40 PM
I can hear a sound and give the frequency. I have good master tuning.
By Salman KhanSeptember 30, 2015
I was wondering how will I ever understand the derivation of the formulas. Thank you!
By Jamal TischlerAugust 18, 2015
It will move to the left relative to the truck. The acceleration a to the left is the fictional or inertial acceleration and that means that is relative to the truck. There are 2 diffrent accelerations a in opposite directions and they cancel, if we discuss relative to the ground.

AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Advanced

Dr. Radi Jishi, Ph.D.

By Justin GodboldMarch 10, 2016
terrible presentation. Slow. He constantly pauses while speaking.
By Marcus SuzukiJune 8, 2014
This professor may be slow, but has an amazing amount of knowledge. He explains things very clear.
By yannick HaberkornOctober 11, 2013
this stuf is hard ... i need this for my electrical engineering class lol . not good man

AP Physics C: Mechanics Advanced

Dr. Radi Jishi, Ph.D.

By Timothy HolmesNovember 14, 2014
Great Lectures!
By Muhammad KhoderFebruary 19, 2014
thank you nice lecture.
By Ranier CamarinesNovember 29, 2013
physics is all about mastering concepts not equations. this professor is great
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