A Complete Video Lesson Plan for OAT Physics
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    Key Takeaway

    Physics Topics Covered on the OAT

    Ready for content review? According to the Official Optometry Admissions Test (OAT) 2022 Candidate Guide, the following physics topics are covered:

    • Units and Vectors
    • Linear Kinematics
    • Statics
    • Dynamics
    • Rotational Motion
    • Energy and Momentum
    • Simple Harmonic Motion
    • Waves
    • Fluid Statics
    • Thermal Energy and Thermodynamics
    • Electrostatics
    • D.C. Circuits
    • Optics

    Complete List of Chad's Videos to Watch for the OAT

    We've compiled a concise list of Chad’s free physics videos that covers all of the OAT topics!

    Note: We're not affiliated with Chad. Chad has a list of paid OAT videos on his own site, you can check it out here.

    Units and Vectors

    Linear Kinematics

    Dynamics

    Energy and Momentum

    Rotational Motion

    Statics

    Fluid Statics

    Thermal Energy and Thermodynamics

    Simple Harmonic Motion

    Waves

    Electrostatics

    D.C. Circuits

    Optics

    Note: Topics covered in Chad’s lesson videos for Chapters 18-21 and 24-25 are not covered on the OAT. You can skip these, or watch them later for fun :)

    Happy studying!

    How to Tackle Physics on the OAT
    How to Tackle Physics on the OAT
    Having trouble determining how to best approach studying for the physics portion of the OAT? Well, you’re in luck–here’s the guide for you! While you can adapt this guide to your own needs, this guide serves as a how-to to ensure that you are maximizing the most of the resources available here at Bootcamp. 
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