AP Tests Are Here!

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Mathilda Gonzalez, Reporter

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Advanced Placement season has arrived! The tests will begin next week on Monday, May 6th. If you are only taking one test or 5 or more tests, you need to prepare yourself to get a passing grade. Here are a few tips to help you prepare for your test:

  • Study early and study smart
  • Make a study schedule
  • Pay attention to the last study-days in class
  • Attend at least one mock exam
  • Stay hydrated
  • Practice FRQs and AP test questions
  • Ask the teacher to verify any questions you have
  • Focus and study
  • Do NOT cram

Now that you have tips to take before for your test, stay encouraged and keep preparing for the exam. Once it’s your test day, just relax and believe in yourself. You might feel worried and anxious before starting the exam, but all you need to do is just take a deep breath and focus. All the studying will be worth it in the end because you know that you did your best on the test. Good luck to everyone!

 

Week 1 (2019) Monday

(May 6)

Tuesday

(May 7)

Wednesday

(May 8)

Thursday

(May 9)

Friday

(May 10)

Morning (7:15 am) United States Government and Politics Seminar English Literature and Composition Chemistry United States History
Spanish Language and Culture Spanish Literature and Culture
Afternoon (11:30 am) Chinese Language and Culture Japanese Language and Culture European History German Language and Culture Computer Science Principles
Environmental Science Physics 1: Algebra-Based French Language and Culture Psychology Physics 2: Algebra-Based

 

Week 2 (2019) Monday

(May 13)

Tuesday

(May 14)

Wednesday

(May 15)

Thursday

(May 16)

Friday

(May 17)

Morning (7:15 am) Biology Calculus AB English Language and Composition Comparative Government and Politics Microeconomics
Calculus BC World History Music Theory
Afternoon (11:30 am) Physics C: Mechanics Art History Italian Language and Culture Statistics Computer Science A
Human Geography Macroeconomics Latin
Afternoon (2 pm) Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism