For students taking Advanced Placement classes, you may be wondering what it takes to succeed in such a challenging classes. Advanced Placement courses are designed to be as rigorous as a freshman level college class. But with AP, there is a high stakes test at the end, usually in May, that you can receive college credit for if you score a 4 or 5. Certain schools also give college credit for students that score a 3.
While much of AP courses focus on content knowledge and test-taking skills, succeeding in the class and preparing for the test are also about organization, communication, and practice.
So, how can you ace your class and the test at the end of the school year?
Check out our “5 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your AP” series to learn expert tips and tricks for succeeding in your AP classes and crushing the exam in May!
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Robyn Neilsen is a Content Writer for MEK Review. She was a dedicated English teacher in the New Jersey public school system for 13 years and is passionate about sharing resources, content, and tips for students and parents.