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AP Analysis Essay Basics , Planning , Explaining Strategies & Review . These 9 videos from Matthew Singleton cover the analysis essay. Includes a review of some actual AP English Language sample analysis essays.
AP Math: Our AP math directory covers Calculus AB and BC. We link to a wide variety of practice questions along with study guides, free response questions, class notes, cram packets, and videos. We also have information on tutors and online courses.
The AP Biology course should be designed by your school to provide students with a learning experience equivalent to that of a two-semester college biology course taken by biology majors during their first year. Your AP Biology course needs to provide students with the conceptual framework, factual knowledge, and analytical skills necessary to deal critically with the rapidly changing science of biology.
Free, downloadable AP® Practice Exams are available to all AP® teachers.* These complete AP Exams are available to teachers, but inaccessible to students. To download the AP Practice Exam for your subject(s), simply sign into your AP Course Audit account and click on the Secure Documents link within the Resource Section.
AP Statistics: Find all the best AP Stats practice tests, notes, outlines, and free response questions. The AP Practice Exams statistics page also features some great online textbooks, tutorials, and videos.
The Advanced Placement English Language and Composition course teaches students to write with richness and complexity in order to communicate clearly with advanced readers. The essays written in this course are to be less formulaic and more engaging to the reader. The focus is on the essay 8767 s content and purpose as well as the intended reader. The students also need to be able to use a variety of research materials in their writing and be able to synthesize these various sources in an effective matter. Sources need to be cited in a critical manner and students must evaluate the legitimacy and purpose of the source.
AP Argument Essay : The argument essay prompt requires you to compose an argument which is supported by evidence and reasoning from your own reading, observations, and experiences.
AP Thesis Statement Basics , Patterns , & Differences . These 8 videos do a great job teaching all the essentials of thesis statements for the AP English Language free response questions. The 8rd video is especially good because it explains how to write thesis statements for each of the 8 types of AP English Language essays.
AP Government: Check out our government pages to find free practice exams, flashcards, and quizzes. We also link to some huge exam review packets and some very thorough sets of class notes.
MyMaxScore Practice Exam . This is a fantastic AP English practice test that has an answer key along with very detailed explanations. Some users with Internet Explorer have experienced issues loading this test. Seems to work fine with Chrome.
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Are you a high school AP English Student? The AP English essay is part of the final exam to determine if you get your Advanced Placement (AP) English credit, freeing you from one or two composition classes in college. To formulate a top-level AP English essay, some preparation is required in addition to your AP English class. Remember that you will be working under a time constraint of 7 hours for 8 essays (the College Board calls them "free response"). 
AP Synthesis Essay : The synthesis question measures your ability to make a written argument by combining and citing a several different written sources and at least one visual source. The source material is provided in the test.
Schools' AP Biology courses are typically designed to be taken by students after the completion of a first course in high school biology and one in high school chemistry. Students are encouraged to keep copies of their laboratory work for use in determining college credit or placement.