Whether or not your school has decided to cancel finals, APs are still in full swing. With so many changes to the testing formats, dates, and content included it can be hard to know where to begin when studying and looking for information. Below we have outlined where to get all the best resources when preparing for the tests. We have also introduced our new initiative AP Study Groups and how you can utilize them to get that 5! Whether you are final free, have switched to pass/fail grades, or are already done with the school year... AP scores still count and many colleges have already committed to honoring them with this new testing. So, let's get studying!
AP Study Groups:
The first thing to introduce is Unify Louisville's new initiative AP Study Groups. Using the form below we are asking every high schooler taking AP's to enter what AP's they are taking/would be interested in joining a study group in. In these groups we will:
- Meet a few times each week leading to the test
- Have a "group leader" who has already taken the class and had a 4 or 5 on the AP
- Introduce resources more specific to your subject
- Make a study schedule/plan
- Review test material and content
- Learn the format and practice it
- Host practice tests in the new format!!!!
- Have a group of peers to connect with to ask questions and study with!
Please fill out the form here:
1. AP Checklist
Click here to access College Board's AP Checklist to make sure you have everything ready to go for test day!
2. Youtube videos on content
Click here to access the College Board's youtube channel with in depth videos on all the content in every AP class. Content is organized into playlists by AP.
Fiveable offers lots of resources for each AP and takes you through all of the content. They also have practice questions and tests!
4. 2020 AP Exam Guide
Click here to access this resource from College Board on everything you need to know about the new AP's and what each one entails
This series of videos from the College Board's youtube channel has information on what you will do on test day and how to prepare for the tests
6. AP Exam Demo Day - May 4th, 2020
On Monday May 4th College Board will be hosting an AP Exam Demo Day. This is an amazing resource everyone should take advantage of to practice logging on and taking their AP test. Information on the Demo Day is in the 2020 AP Exam Guide linked above.
We wish everyone the best of luck on all of their AP Exam's and can't wait to get these FREE study groups started. Please take advantage of all the resources above and get that college credit!
If you have any more questions or comments please don't hesitate to reach out to us by email or DM.
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