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Category: AP

Rachel Kapelke-Dale

What You Need To Know About At-Home AP Exams

Editor’s note: This post has been last updated on April 16, 2020. While this post may have some useful information regarding AP testing during the COVID-19 crisis, please check out our live COVID-19 updates post for the latest information. If you’re enrolled in an AP class, you’re probably wondering how COVID-19 will affect your AP […]

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Nadyja Von Ebers

APUSH Civil War Quiz – Are You Ready For Test Day?

Your AP US History exam is approaching! How are you feeling about it? Undoubtedly, there are some topics you feel stronger about than others. The Civil War is a central topic on the exam, so we’ve devised an APUSH Civil War quiz so you can get a sense of how well you know this material. […]

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Nadyja Von Ebers

APUSH American Revolution Quiz – Are You Ready For Test Day?

Getting ready for your AP United States History Exam this spring? More than likely, there are some topics you feel stronger about than others. The American Revolution is a central topic on the exam, so we’ve devised an APUSH American Revolution quiz so you can get a sense of how well you know this material. […]

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Nadyja Von Ebers

APUSH Quiz – Are You Ready For Test Day?

Your AP US History Exam is approaching—are you ready? This APUSH quiz tests your knowledge on various subjects on the exam, which will give you a sense of what you need to study. After you take the APUSH quiz, check out the answer key below. We’ve included some elaboration on each answer to help you […]

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Rachel Kapelke-Dale

AP Literature Quiz: Are You Ready for Test Day?

When it comes to tests, the APs aren’t fooling around. There’s so much they can do for you (free college credits, anyone?) that the stakes can feel impossibly high. But if you’ve found your way here, you’re already on track to ace your AP Literature exam! Sure, it’ll take some prep, but it’ll be totally […]

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Christopher Wirick

Interval Notation

What is interval notation? This post will cover interval notations for open, closed, and half-open intervals so you’re familiar with them for AP test day.

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Shaun Ault

Common Integrals on the AP Calc Exam

The AP Calculus exams include a substantial amount of integration. So it’s very important to be familiar with integrals, numerous integration methods, and the interpretations and applications of integration. In this short article, we’ll take a look at some of the most common integrals on the test. For a quick review of integration (or, antidifferentiation), […]

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Shaun Ault

Interpreting Slope Fields: AP Calculus Exam Review

Slope fields show up on both the AP Calculus AB and BC tests. While at first this topic might seem daunting, the questions on the test are actually quite straightforward. Just keep one thing in mind: Go with the flow! A slope field shows the direction of flow for solutions to a differential equation. What […]

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Shaun Ault

What is Logarithmic Differentiation? AP Calc Review

What is logarithmic differentiation? Basically, it’s a calculus tool that helps you to find derivatives of complicated functions involving a lot of multiplication, division, or powers. This review article walks you through the methods and provides plenty of example problems to help you succeed on the AP Calculus exams! Properties of Logarithms First of all, […]

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Shaun Ault

Linear Approximation: AP Calculus Exam Review

What is linear approximation? Basically, it’s a method from calculus used to “straighten out” the graph of a function near a particular point. Scientists often use linear approximation to understand complicated relationships among variables. In this review article, we’ll explore the methods and applications of linear approximation. We’ll also take a look at plenty of […]

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