The one common denominator, though, is the need to tackle the problem head-on and not rely on any one “magic bullet” to get rid of your fear.
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Blame it on the pandemic—but in a good way. Colleges are now refocusing on applicant qualities other than test scores to help them find the best and the brightest.
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Few high school students have the determination, energy and passion to pursue an independent project, so doing so can set you apart. Colleges will see that you’re a curious learner with the initiative to pursue knowledge on your own.
With these five tips, you’ll perform well in your AP courses and on your AP exams, earning college credit.
If you’re enrolled in AP classes, or even thinking about enrolling in them, it pays to get familiar with the AP tests. Here are five important things to know about AP exams.
What are AP classes and AP exams? How many AP classes should you take? Can you take the AP exam without taking the AP class? Are they worth taking? We answer all that and more.