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With Advanced Placement courses a core part of many student’s college application plans, we understand the concern about the administration of AP tests and how students can perform in spite of the present circumstances.
Note: We have updated our original post to reflect the new information released by the College Board on April 3.
The College Board is pushing ahead with administering advanced placement exams and projects, but students will see substantial changes for this year’s exams.
What Can You Do?
The tests will occur in mid-May, so start preparing now. Access the practice questions that are being posted in your AP course account online. Refresh your understanding of the over-arching concepts and principles that your class is built upon. If your school is not offering distance learning, consider setting up sessions to review notes with your classmates.
Everest Offers AP Exam Prep Classes
Everest is offering AP Exam Prep Classes for students to review material and work on essay question responses. These classes provide great value by combining small-group review with individual sessions to prepare students for the new AP exam format being used in 2020. Many subjects are available. Classes will start in April. Spaces will be very limited.