Important Note: New additions to the CPP experiment have been put on hold. Students have been too busy to contribute physics problems and so I have diverted my efforts to improving other aspects of this site.
However, we still have 15 quality Physics GRE style problems to show for the effort. They should be nice practice.
>> cpp1-4.pdf - (last updated 12/05/03)
Note: Please submit any errors found within the Community Physics Problem database.
Note: Also, there were a few problem that were submitted that I thought were perhaps too difficult for the Physics GRE so I thought it was a good idea to include them separately so that some students would not be inclined to spend a disproportionate amount of their time struggling with them. You can find these problems at cpp1-1-challenge.pdf (last updated 12/05/03 - 2 problems)
Note: The original goal was to build a large collection of Physics GRE style problems that could help students prepare for the Physics GRE. In theory, if hundreds of physics students each dreamed up, wrote up, and submitted at least one quality Physics GRE style problem then all of us will have gotton to practice with hundreds of quality physics problems. There you go, a valuable lesson in difference between theory and experiment.
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