“In contrast, if you realize you have tests on the first Monday, the second Monday, and the last Friday of the exam period, you could plan to do some studying during May for your last two tests. But you should definitely prioritze the test you’re taking on the first Monday and make sure you’re prepared for it before May.”
AP stands for ‘advanced placement.’ It is what you want if you’re especially good at a subject. You often have to prove this by taking a test. This less you demonstrate your knowledge so the professor knows that you belong in an advanced course. These tests are given on certain dates. This is a calendar. It allows you to plan your schedule around them so you can take them. This will help you a lot in your education.
- When your AP course exam times are in conflict, the College Boards can work with you to get one of them at a later slot.
- It’s a good idea to commit your AP testing schedule to heart, once you get it.
- Prioritize any extra study time to tweak your knowledge in areas that are challenging and tricky for you.
Read more: http://blog.prepscholar.com/ap-test-dates
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