AP Exams

4 Tips to Ease Test Anxiety
08 September, 2020
Test anxiety is a type of performance anxiety. It can affect us at any age, but children in elementary school are especially likely to be anxious about test-taking. Many students experience negative thoughts and fear of failure associated with test-taking. Here are 4 tips to help ease test anxiety.
How To Tutor With Integrity When Not Everyone Does
14 March, 2019
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AP Scholar Awards Explained
10 April, 2018
As we reach mid-April, students all over the country are preparing in for their upcoming AP Exams [https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/takingtheexam/ap-calendar] . AP Exams are generally administered over two weeks in May; this year, tests will be held on May 7 – 11, 2018, and on May 14- 18, 2018. Here’s a brief primer on AP Exams and the AP Scholar Awards. Why Take AP Exams? There are many reasons [https://www.noodlepros.com/blog/2018/04/06/value-of-ap-courses/] for students to tackle AP classe
Beyond The Tests: The Long-Term Value Of AP Courses
06 April, 2018
Besides a stronger transcript, what’s the point of APs? Learn the deeper value of taking these very difficult classes. *** Advanced Placement (AP) courses were originally meant to provide talented students the chance to earn college credits while still in high school. Currently offered in 35 subjects, AP classes are a common feature of high school curricula all over the world. Should you take them? If so, which ones? How do you make the most out of them? Here are some thoughts on how to reap t