News — March 21, 2013 by Kadyn Chamorro
Practice Makes Perfect: AP Exams

Finals, SATs, and AP exams are all known for being horrible, if not the most horrible, exams a high school student can take. Horrible. But are they all equally horrible? Maybe not. Every student, in every school, who wants to graduate high school has to take finals. Every student in every school who wants to get into a college has to take the SATs (or ACTs). There is no way around finals or SATs. Students just have to deal with them. But AP exams are avoidable. Most schools allow students the option to skip the exams. With AP exams, you choose to take these painful tests. Might as well choose to study for it. Plus, it’s kind of mandatory (some even count as your final). So here, because you choose to take an AP class, is a list of the practice exams to make your life a little easier:

March 16th: AP European History Practice Exam (8:00 am)

March 23rd: AP English Literature practice exam (8:00 am)

April 6th: AP English Literature practice exam (8:00 am)

April 13th: AP European History Practice Exam (8:00 am) and 9:30 am AP Calculus Practice Exam (9:30 am)

April 16th: AP Spanish Language practice exam (3:00 pm)

April 20th: AP Calculus Practice Exam (9:30 am)

April 23rd: AP US History practice exam (3:00 pm)

April 24th: AP English 11 practice test (3:00 pm)

April 27th: AP Calculus Practice Exam (9:30 am) and English 11 AP practice test (9:30 am)

May 4th AP English Literature practice exam (8:00 am)

Now start studying. Good luck with your practice and actual AP exam(s)!

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