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1000+ Physics Questions To Score a 5 on the AP Physics 1 Exam

Jason Kuma
Jason Kuma

Writer | Coach | USC - Physics B.S & Business B.A. | Fremont, CA

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It turns out practicing 100 questions per chapter is all you need to ace your next Physics exam. We built UBQ to help you do exactly this and have proven that it actually works.

Physics Questions for the Win

What’s the best way to prepare for a Physics exam?

It turns out that the quickest path to mastery is solving as many challenging questions as possible. Although this is back by scientific research, we wanted to put it to the test. So our tutor’s here at ditched the notes and slides and taught using only 100 questions per chapter.

The results were remarkable. On average, students that completed 85 to 100 challenging problems before their test would outperform all their peers by a remarkable 77%1.

Our approach at has always been about immersing students in challenging practice questions and guiding them every step of the way. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, inspiring us to extend our help beyond 1-to-1 coaching.

That’s why we’ve compiled over 1000+ top-notch Physics questions (UBQ) that are proven to boost your exam performance.2

But don’t take our word for it. You can start using it right here, for free, right now. Or keep reading to truly understand how to use UBQ to supercharge your learning.

Ultimate Bank of Physics Questions (UBQ)

UBQ is a free 1000+ physics question bank with answers generated by AI and verified by humans! Think of it as a Quizlet, or Chegg on steroids, but only for Physics questions designed to boost your performance.

We believe this is the next step in learning technology. And it is‘s commitment to continuously improve all aspects of this experience overtime.

Supercharge Your Learning with Phy

Dive into UBQ and you’ll quickly meet Professor Phy, an integral part of our explanations.

Professor Phy is our cutting-edge AI, trained with 5000 hours of Physics problem-solving expertise.

Phy crafts clear, step-by-step explanations for each question. We verify each explanation for it’s accuracy and stamp it with a verification badge.

Even better, Professor Phy grades your Free Response Questions (FRQs). Just snap a photo of your work and Phy will not only grade it but also highlight areas for improvement.

Think of it as your private Physics coach for solving problems. We think you’ll find this extremely useful.

Advanced UBQ Filters

UBQ’s filter system is a game-changer, designed to help you find the right questions fast.

It’s a straightforward yet powerful tool that our students deem essential for their success.

You can rapidly sift through questions by:

  • Units: AP Physics 1 – Units one through seven
  • Difficulty: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Questions Types: MCQ, FRQ, or GQ (General Question)
  • Solve Type: Mathematical, Conceptual, Proportional Analysis
  • Number of Concepts: Single Concept or Concept Pairing

Mark it…

Once you are confident you know how to solve a question, you can mark it as complete. UBQ will remember and tell you which questions you have completed. You can see this at a glance on the main UBQ page to avoid repeatedly solving them.

Having trouble with a question? Bookmark it and come back to it later. Soon you’ll be able to talk direcrly to Phy to get step by solutions. Stay tuned!

Our Guarantee

We guarantee that if you solve at least 100 questions per chapter, you’re on track for an A in that unit.

Tackle 700 questions in total (100 per unit) before the AP Physics Exam, and you’re set for a top score of 5.

That’s our straightforward promise, supported by thousands of hours of Physics coaching. Now that you know the secret to scoring high, start using UBQ today for free. Happy solving!

  1. To calculate this percentage, we took our students test scores and compared them to the average class score as reported by teachers. ↩︎
  2. We only use questions similar to what would show up on typical exams. We know what questions most often come up on tests because we have helped over 1000 students with their exams, and have compared test data access 300 different high school Physics classes ↩︎
Jason Kuma
Jason Kuma

Writer | Coach | USC - Physics B.S & Business B.A. | Fremont, CA

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Units in AP Physics 1

Unit 1 – Linear Kinematics

Unit 2 – Linear Forces

Unit 3 – Circular Motion

Unit 4 – Energy 

Unit 5 – Momentum 

Unit 6 – Torque 

Unit 7 – Oscillations 

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