Statistics

This placement exam is a difficult exam. Instead of memorizing formulas and calculations, you must understand how to interpret and manipulate statistical data. Don’t waste your valuable study time trying to memorize formulas and equations. Since the purpose of the AP Statistics test is to examine your ability to analyze, understand, and explain fundamental concepts of statistics, the focus is taken off memorization. You will be given a list of formulas and tables to use during the entire duration of the exam. While you don’t need to memorize these formulas, you should still be familiar with them and know how to use them in a variety of ways to solve a variety of problems, order thinking skills. In statistics, there is not just a right or wrong answer. simply reading a textbook is probably not enough for you to really understand complex concepts. That’s where AP Stats video lectures come in!

Microeconomics

You will have 2 hours and 10 minutes to answer 60 multiple-choice questions and 3 free-response questions. The 70-minute multiple-choice section is worth 66% of your total exam score, while the 60-minute free-response section is worth 33% of your total exam score.

If concepts like “national income” or “price-level determination” feel overwhelming, dull, or hard to digest, our ultimate coaching of AP Microeconomics classes is here to rescue you from the drudgery! Knowing what to focus on is often the hardest part of preparing for an AP exam, and AP Micro is no exception. You must have a full and deep understanding of important economic concepts, but you must also know how to take the exam and what to expect on exam day. The AP Microeconomics exam places great emphasis on product markets, economic performance measures, the financial sector, economic growth, and international economics, as well as the analysis of charts, graphs, and data to explain these concepts. All AP exams are supposed to be challenging, AP Micro not excluded.

World History

Doing well on the AP World History exam really relies on your ability to understand patterns in history. By familiarizing yourself with trends in history as opposed to memorizing facts, you can get a 5 pointer on  AP World History exam. One skill tested on this exam is your ability to relate documents to one another–this is called grouping. You’ll come across charts of statistics and across maps ability to look at the corners and center of the map. You need to  think about why the map may be oriented in a certain way and you will come across more artistic documents such as literature, songs, editorials, or advertisements, you want to really think about the motive of why the piece of art or creative writing was made and who the document was intended for.

Biology

It’s one of the hardest AP exams out there. You need to memorize facts and concepts, but you also have to be able to think scientifically and analytically, which is much easier said than done.  Vocabulary is extremely important in AP Bio, but understanding concepts and making connections is even more important. When you know vocabulary terms inside and out, it is much easier to think analytically, apply terms to different situations, and make important connections. There are a number of concepts, facts, terms, and ideas that are beyond the scope of the AP Biology exam. AP bio exam is extensive and will require a daily practice and learning. So we have included various videos and Quizzes to keep it more interesting.

English literature and composition

This exam will examine your ability to think critically and analyze literary excerpts. The test is three hours long and consists of a multiple-choice portion (worth 45% of your grade) and an essay portion (worth 55% of your grade). The advanced literature generally requires discipline in literary criticism or at least some knowledge of literary criticism, its theories and approach to literature. The composition is altogether a different thing. It is not subjective, there are methods and rules to be learned. Be prepared to read and write a lot, as well as gaining skills in in-depth literary analysis. You will learn how to discuss themes in depth, which will ultimately lead to philosophical discussions. AP English Lit is the gateway into real Liberal Arts studies, so embrace it for its value.

Computer Science

A Wow, we love to talk about this advanced course the most as the students want this one in colleges, and on a flip side, this makes it a competitive field to prepare for. You don’t only need 5 pointers on this but also a technical edge over your competition. Additional technical language that we take in the classes will be – SQL, C, c++, Java, PHP, MySQL, Oracle, Web designing, Bootstrap etc.

We are providing experts from the technical field who will make students prepare their own apps, web languages expert, java scriptwriter etc.

We can’t really compare this to anything. Doing programming, and working on some projects before attempting the paper, so that you know what you are doing. Please know the fact that it is less of a theory paper and more of a Computer Programming paper. They ask you programming problems, not about the core or architecture of a computer. So extra effort will always help in extracting impressive scores on the exam.

Physics B & C

The Advanced Physics exam/course will cover a number of specific concepts including Newtonian dynamics, circular motion, universal gravitation and much more. The chapters and syllabus are identical to your 12th boards but the difference is in the difficulty level. It is at an advanced level and you have less time per question thus making it a speed test too, students need to be real quick. The subjective paper is there where most students got stumped. The style of question is very different from working on this properly is required. Memorize only the basic equations that you will need for the exam. We have an excellent resource for this and it is broken down into all of the categories. You don’t need to memorize all the equations but you should at least know the basic ones for Newtonian mechanics, electricity & magnetism, optics (especially Snell’s Law as it relates to the index of refraction), fluid mechanics, thermodynamic equations (i.e., specific heat), and atomic and nuclear physics.

Calculus

  • This placement course is usually a difficult one as the course matches Advanced JEE’s difficulty level. The syllabus will be touching 12th class a bit but there is more to it as it adds the Taylor’s Theorem, Slope Field Graphs, et al. The questions will be more in –depth and way tougher than your average integration problem from boards. Getting a 5 pointer is very difficult for the appearing students. Finally, although both Calculus AB and BC have equally tough questions, AB has lesser syllabus than BC, so you can consider AB as well. Our experienced guides will guarantee a 4-5 score in this.

Calculus is a systematic assembly of concepts, take the time to familiarize yourself with the terminology, and, more importantly, understand the actual concepts.  Calculus is a highly conceptualized subject matter and it is extremely important that you have a firm grasp on all of the major concepts.

AP Psychology Classes

Scoring a 4 or 5 pointer on AP Psychology can seem daunting. Fortunately, 45.6% of students who sat for the AP Psychology test scored a 4 or 5 on the exam! That means AP Psychology is a prime opportunity to boost your confidence and experience in taking AP exams. Advanced Placement (AP) Psychology is an intense course that covers broad content, and it’s capped by a rigorous cumulative AP exam. The Psychology AP course explores concepts, theories, and behaviors associated with the field and research areas of psychology. Successful students will become familiar with the history of the field, past, and current research methods, and the biological and emotional bases for behavior. Because psychology is a rapidly changing field, students should ensure that they prepare for the test with the most current materials available. The Psychology AP exam is one of the shortest AP exams, clocking in at just two hours and comprised of two sections. In the test, the first section takes one hour and 10 minutes, contains 100 multiple-choice questions and accounts for 66.6% of your total score; and the second section takes 50 minutes, contains two free-response questions, and accounts for 33.3% of your score.

AP US History Classes

There is a ton of information to be learned, many skills to master, and not a lot of time to do it all.  But you absolutely can do it!

In this advanced placement exam, you will have 55 source-based multiple choice questions and 55 minutes to do them, so you have a minute per question. This is enough time to carefully read the question and each answer choice and consider the best option.

They can be pretty tough and are usually obstacles between students and the grade they want. One of the hardest parts of this section is that it just takes a really long time to be writing. Your hand will start to get tired, and you will slowly feel your brain turn to mush as you go. You have to build up a certain kind of stamina for writing long essays, and you can only do that by practicing. There is no shortage of practice questions, and classmates or teachers are usually willing to grade them for you.