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  • Writer's pictureAllen Tsao

AP Crunch Time

We are in the midst of AP season right now, so things are really busy for me. My students are starting to work on preparing for the AP exams, and I'm starting to refer more students to my YouTube channel to see how I tackle a number of free response questions from previous exams. You'd be surprised at how much of my sessions are just going over those questions and guiding the student through them.

Keep practicing. The only way to really get a good handle on the material isn't to just read about it or even watch someone like me solve the problem. Try the problem on your own first, and then look at answers when you're really stuck.

How are some of you preparing?

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