## Force Of Gravity in MCAT Physics (vid 7)

Gravity is a force that we tend to take for granted. On the MCAT you may see questions asking you to relate gravitational force to other forces. You can expect to see questions on gravity near the surface of the earth as well out away from earth for example an astronaut in a spaceship. This […]

## Newtons Third Law in MCAT Physics Forces Vid 4

Newton’s third law is possibly the most confusing, especially when you try to apply this to MCAT style physics questions. This video helps you understand the concept of Fa = -Fb from a logical perspective so that you can easily apply this to complex MCAT questions. (Watch on YouTube: Newton’s 3rd Law. Video Transcript coming […]

## Newton’s Second Law in MCAT Physics Forces Vid 3

Newton’s Second Law is where forces in MCAT Physics starts to get exciting. Not only do you have to understand F = ma, but you must also be able to find the total force in the x-direction, y-direction, and some vector between the x and y axis. This video breaks it down with examples including […]

## Newton’s First Law – MCAT Forces 2

In addition to studying forces equations for the MCAT, you must also familiarize yourself with Newton’s laws of motion. The video below explains Newton’s First Law from a perspective of practical application to MCAT style equations. As you watch the video be sure that you fully understand the logic behind each scenario setup to prevent confusion down […]

## Forces in MCAT Physics Intro Video

The first step to conquering force equations, is to conquer F=ma. Not just with simple memorization, but with the understanding of how the units relate to each other, and how to derive different forms of this equation so that the units work out as expected. This video breaks it down for you and also shows […]

## Video Transcript : Free Fall in Translational Motion

Below is the transcript of my tutorial video on MCAT Physics Video 7 – Free Fall in Translational Motion (Click Here to watch on YouTube) [Start of Transcript] Leah here from leah4ci.com/MCAT and in this video we’ll talk about Free Fall as it’ll show up on your MCAT in a Kinematics question. Free fall as […]

## Video Transcript : Translational Motion Vectors and Vector Components

Below is the transcript of my tutorial video Translational Motion Vectors and Vector Components (Click here to watch on Youtube) Leah here from leah4sci.com/MCAT, and in this video, we’ll talk about Vectors and finding vector components. In part 1 of this series we talked about difference between a Vector and Scaler and said that Vectors have […]

## Video Transcript : Acceleration in Translational Motion

Below is the transcript of my tutorial video on MCAT Physics Video 6 – Acceleration in Translational Motion (Click Here to watch on YouTube) [Start Transcript] Leah here from leah4sci.com/MCAT and in this translational motion video I’ll take you through the concept of Acceleration. You can find my entire video series on Translational Motion by […]

## Video Transcript : Translational Motion – Velocity and Speed

Below is the transcript of my tutorial video MCAT Physics Video 5 – Physics Velocity and Speed in Translational Motion (Click Here to watch on YouTube) [Start of Transcript] Leah here from leah4sci.com/MCAT and in this video, I’ll take you through Velocity and Speed as it comes up in MCAT Translational Motion. You can catch my […]

## Video Transcript : Translational Motion – Adding and Subtracting Angled Vectors

Below is the transcript of my tutorial video MCAT Physics Translational Motion Video – Adding Two Dimensional MCAT Vectors Using Angles and Vector Components (Click Here to watch on YouTube) [Start Transcript] Leah here from leah4sci.com/MCATPHYSICS and in this video we’ll continue our discussion on Adding and Subtracting vectors focusing on Vectors that are given […]