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Please note: The DSST test Principles of Physical Science 1 is actually a 2-part test that is 60% Physics and 40% Chemistry. If you intend to take the exam, you should be sure to study the chemistry course as well.
DSST Test Fact File - includes test outline and sample questions.
Georgia Virtual Learning Physics course
Physics for the 21st Century - includes videos, downloadable textbook, and interactive labs.
The Mechanical Universe and Beyond - video series. This is an older series, but does the job of explaining basic physics concepts.
Complete your studies and take the DSST, or consider StraighterLine's General Physics 1 with Lab.
Light and Matter Physics Textbooks - this is a series of 6 textbooks to download.
HippoCampus Physics - video lessons
Physics Classroom Tutorials
Physics 1 Online
Physics 1 – Classical Mechanics
Pink Monkey Physics Study Guide
SparkNotes Physics study guide
Help, if you need it:
TESTING PRACTICE AND FINAL EXAMS:
Physics End of Course Test Prep - this is actually a practice exam. There are no answers, but it can be used to give an idea of possible test questions.
Physics Final Exams - several final exams, dating back to 2002 and up to 2011.
Recommended Course of Study:
Complete the Georgia Virtual course. Complete the readings and watch the videos at Physics for the 21st Century. Refer to the videos at the Mechanical Universe site for additional help. Choose one or more of the textbooks to be your main reading materials. Watch/complete the lessons available at HippoCampus. The additional resources are provided for extra practice and help. Finish by taking one or more final exams. If you are struggling with any concepts, the tutorials can help. You may also want to visit your local library for books on individual topics.