Kinematic equations are the foundation to mastering MCAT physics. Yes you have to ‘memorize' and know the standard formulas, but it goes deeper than that. You have to understand the units, when to use which equation, and be VERY comfortable applying these concepts to the more advanced Physics topics on the MCAT.
To help you break down the kinematic equations I've put together this free cheat sheet which goes along with my MCAT Translational Motion Tutorial Videos. Save a copy to your computer and print another to study on the go. But don't keep this to yourself.
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Can you please explain the angles in projectile motion the way it affects range,height and other parameters??
Did you take the old MCAT or new one?
OMG I just found your website by way of youtube. I love the way you explain stuff. I wish I had you for physics in high school and college
Thanks 🙂 Glad to help
When are you taking your MCAT?
Your videos are super great!!! THANKS for putting in your time and effort and helping those who need it.
Thank you Joanne. When are you testing?