2020 USAPhO F=ma Test Registration
USAPhO F=ma Exam will be administered on January 23 and January 28, 2020.
If you can't or prefer not to take the F=ma test at your home high school, please sign up to take the test at SpringLight.
Each test is $50 if paid by Nov. 29, 2019. It will be $60 from Nov 30th , 2019 to Jan, 10th, 2020. The fee is non-refundable.

We will confirm with you 10 days before the test.

Test time: 6:30pm on January 23 and January 28, 2020.
Address: 20432 Silverado Ave, Ste 212, Cupertino, CA 95014
Registration: http://tiny.cc/USAPhO
Contact: spring.light.office@gmail.com, 408-982-5959

We accept the following payment methods:
1. Check payable to SpringLight Education
2. Online banking pay to: spring.light.edu@gmail.com
Name: SpringLight Education LLC
Address: 20432 Silverado Ave, Ste 7, Cupertino, CA 95014

For most online bank transactions, it's free; ask your bank about Zelle Pay for details about sending money online.

3. The PayPal account's email is Spring.Light.Edu@gmail.com (There may be a 3.5% fee charged by PayPal)
If you pay with PayPal, please send $53.

From AAPT:
*The F=ma Exam is the preliminary exam for the U.S. Physics Team. Students registering to take the F=ma exam must be U.S. Citizens or legal permanent residents of the United States (green card holders).
*Two versions of F=ma exam will be given on two different dates (F=ma A, January 23rd, and F=ma B, January 28th) in order to accommodate a larger number of participants.
*The F=ma exam focuses on mechanics, including kinematics, statics, Newton’s laws, momentum and energy, oscillations, orbital mechanics, fluids, and elementary data analysis. All problems can be solved without the use of calculus.
*The F=ma A and F=ma B are designed to cover the same topics and have the same difficulty, but will have completely different questions.
*It is expected that students will take only one of the F=ma exams, but they may take both exams if they wish. If students wish to take both F=ma exams, you will need to select, and pay for both dates during registration.
*We will select approximately 400 students from the F=ma exams to move on to the USAPhO exam. The two F=ma exams will have different cutoffs for USAPhO qualification, adjusted for the difficulty of each exam. Students who take both F=ma exams will qualify for USAPhO if either of their F=ma results meet the respective cutoff.
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