The test time will be in the late afternoon. We will confirm with you 10 days before the test.
The location is 20432 Silverado Ave, Ste 212, Cupertino, CA 95014
The test administration fee is not refundable. Registration: https://goo.gl/To3FdKContact: email@example.com, 408-982-5959
We accept the following payment methods:1. Check payable to SpringLight Education2. Online banking pay to: firstname.lastname@example.org Name: SpringLight Education LLC Address: 20432 Silverado Ave, Ste 7, Cupertino, CA 95014
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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, 2019 and F=ma B, January 25th, 2019) 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.