You should take pre-AP physics junior year, and AP bio senior year.
you have to take ap classes your best bet is to take all ap classes in junior year
Yes, the tests are very similar. While it helps very much to have a solid background in literature, the only major difference between the two is that one covers fiction (AP Lit) and one covers non-fiction (AP Lang). Many people take only one class and then take both tests.
Work your butt of and get extremely high grades in all of your classes. Also take AP courses and doexcellent on the AP tests.
I believe none of the AP tests have a guess penalty, so yes!
There are currently no AP courses that take an entire calendar year to complete. Most run the length of one school year.
Take all the major sciences -- physics, bio, chem -- and all the math you can handle. Take AP classes, if your school offers them. Sit for the AP exams and the SAT-II subject tests.
3 or higher.
I'm in AP Statistics and if you co to collegeboard.com and go to the AP section and click on AP Statistics there are all the free response questions from the previous 10 years AP tests.
not necessarily depends what courses you say get AP credits in, how you do on the AP tests and what not I had 19 college credits from AP before my first year None of them counted as I did engineering and they simply didnt apply
yes it will definitely help you for BC next year.
You can take AP Chemistry, AP Biology, AP Physics, AP Calculus or similar courses, but this will only count towards your undergraduate college classes. In the United States, you have to complete at least three years' worth of undergraduate college classes and then take another four years of classes in vet school.
Honors classes should be taken starting with the freshman year of high school. Students should start taking AP classes either their sophomore or junior year.
Most AP (Advanced Placement) classes are worthwhile, but based on the fact that you loved AP United States History, you would probably enjoy AP Human Geography the most out of the three choices you mentioned, followed by AP Psychology as a second choice.
Work hard, do all your homework, and do well on tests. Then get more than 40% right on the AP test.
Never skip taking the class, you learn valuable lessons that can help making taking that particular test easier and other AP exams easier. As a sophomore you have options so don't over do it with the AP classes and try to enjoy yourself colleges won't look down on taking one less AP. Also they care more about the AP class grade than they do the AP test.
You can find the scoring guide for the AP Calculus tests on the college board website under AP subjects, calculus, sample questions and scoring guides.
The number of tests that a sixth grader takes per year will vary depending on the school. It is estimated that a six grader is issued between 12 and 20 tests each school year.
The SAT II tests your knowledge of a particular subject. There are many different SAT II (a.k.a the SAT subject test) tests. It is suggested that you take the test in a subject that you have taken an AP or Honors course in or know a lot about.
Year-end is hyphenated in AP Style and is an adjective.
Usually junior year of high school, but you can start at the end of sophomore year or finish some tests at the start of senior year.
i am a junior this year and you do not have to take any ap classes to get a 3.8 GPA you just have to get good grades in the regular classes. all A's and 1 B in regular classes get you a 3.8
Numbers 10 and up use numerals in AP style. Therefore, "15-year friendship" would follow AP style.
475 kilometres (295 miles) taking this route:Take AP-15 ZARAGOZA, from Pamplona, to AP-68 ZARAGOZA.Take AP-68 to A-2 BARCELONA via Z-40 (SALIDA [EXIT] 244A off AP-68) to bypass ZARAGOZA.Take A-2/AP-2 to AP-7 BARCELONA.Take AP-7 to BARCELONA.