About PhysQuiz.net

PhysQuiz.net provides you with scientifically accurate practice quizzes for most of the topics found in a high school or algebra-based college Physics course. You can practice a topic until you answer enough questions correctly and feel confident that you understand the material. Studying for Physics has never been easier!

Immediate feedback

As soon as you submit a quiz, PhysQuiz.net automatically grades your answers and provides you with the correct answers if you happened to miss any. All problems involving math include solution setups that show you how to calculate the correct answer.

An example of a solution setup from the Vector Calculations Quiz
An example of a solution setup from the Vector Calculations Quiz

Countless possibilities

With dynamically generated values, students and teachers can generate a nearly infinite supply of physics practice problems! Each quiz is carefully designed and tested to only generate values that are physically possible – for example, nothing moves faster than c on PhysQuiz.net.

Scientifically accurate

The quizzes on PhysQuiz.net were developed by a high school science teacher with over 25 years of experience in public schools and improved with feedback from students and teachers all over the world. You won’t find “AI hallucinations” in these physics quizzes because they were written by a human.

Track student progress

If you’re a Physics teacher, you can assign quizzes with your preferred settings and then track your students’ progress using the PhysQuiz.net Dashboard. Use the Dashboard to practice before a test, as formative or summative assessment, or to collect data for evidence of learning. Click here for more information on the PhysQuiz.net Dashboard!

No distracting ads or pop-ups

PhysQuiz.net is ad-free thanks to the teachers and schools who have purchased site licenses for the PhysQuiz.net Dashboard and sibling site ChemQuiz.net. This means that students can focus on learning physics without being distracted by ads or annoying pop-ups.

About me

My name is Chris Carman, and I’m a science teacher at Theodore Roosevelt High School in Kent, Ohio. I created ChemQuiz.net in June 2020 based on teacher demand for my interactive chemistry quizzes on my teacher blog that I began writing in 2010 for my CP Chemistry students at RHS. After 16 years of teaching Chemistry, I switched in 2014 to AP Physics 2 and Environmental Science, but I kept getting emails about my chemistry quizzes, so for the next few years I wrote some new ones and added some features as a side hobby.

In March 2020, because of the Covid-19 pandemic, schools across North America suddenly shut down, leaving science teachers like me in a lurch. After some brainstorming with my colleagues, ChemQuiz.net was born! I didn’t take long before I realized that I could use some of the practice quizzes in my AP Physics 2 class, so I finally sat down during summer break in 2023 and focused on writing brand new quizzes for PhysQuiz.net.

My goal is to provide high school and introductory college Physics teachers and their students with high-quality and scientifically accurate practice quizzes that are straightforward to take and help students develop the fundamental skills necessary to be successful in any Physics class or program. If you have any questions about the PhysQuiz.net Dashboard learning management system (LMS), or if you have any suggestions for improving the quizzes, please use the Contact form. Thanks!


Graphics by Rain Carman