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After making unprecedented changes in 2020, the College Board® has announced new administration options for the Advancement Placement® (AP) Exams for 2021.
With ESSER II, an additional 54.3 billion dollars in emergency relief is available for educational agencies. We’ve got the answers to your questions here.
By taking AP® classes in high school, students show potential colleges and universities they are serious about their education and they will not be overwhelmed by a college course load. Taking an ambitious number of AP classes, and scoring high on AP exams, greatly improves students’ chances of college admission, including with Ivy League schools.
So, let’s say the AP exam is rapidly approaching, and you’re feeling a bit underprepared. What can you do outside of school to review in a more relaxed way? Here are several ideas that have worked for students just like you!
No doubt you will be watching more T.V. than ever during this time at home, and you’re likely to watch many speeches from officials who are giving us vital information and issuing orders to the public. This is an opportunity to practice your skills of rhetorical analysis!
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It’s that time of the year to be thankful! Thankful for freedom, thankful for grandmothers, thankful for a four-day weekend, thankful Jennifer Aniston joined Instagram — you know, the usual stuff.
Never underestimate the initiative of AP students. They are more than just “smart kids” – they’re smart kids on a mission. Driven, high performers, goal-oriented, and college-bound.