The College Board’s Advanced Placement (or AP) classes give high-performing high school students the opportunity to earn college credit by taking college-level classes during high school. Each May, students take the AP exam for their particular class(es), and if you earn a score of 3 or higher, you can earn college credit at almost all American colleges, along with many others around the world. With so much at stake, Advanced Placement tutoring makes a lot of sense, and Groza Learning Center can help.
There are currently 38 AP courses offered in seven categories, as shown here.
Arts, 5 courses
English, 2 courses
History and social sciences, 9 courses
Math and computer science, 5 courses
Sciences, 7 courses
World languages and cultures, 8 courses
Capstone, 2 courses
Students who take AP courses can make a good impression on college admissions professionals. With the help of Advanced Placement tutoring, students can increase their chances of getting into the college or university of your choice.
No student is expected to take all of the AP courses. Whether your strengths lie in STEM subjects, the arts, languages, or other AP categories, there are Advanced Placement tutors who can help students reach their goals. Qualified students can take any AP class, so they are also a way to explore your interests before reaching college.
The exams are rigorous and the stakes are high. That’s why working with someone who understands a student’s learning needs and is experienced in Advanced Placement prep can make all the difference in one’s future.