Reviewing for the AP
®Exam is important. My students review content and knowledge at home while we work on skills and practice exams in class. Read about different ways to review on this post.
One tool that I provide for students to review content at home is a 6 week study plan. I have everything on a chart which provides students a systematic tool to help them study.
Some students begin to stress and panic when I pass this out, but I tell them that this chart is to ELIMINATE stress from procrastination. They can get through all these items in 6 weeks if they do a few each day.
This chart is customized for the Withgott book, the Withgott Test Prep Book, and my class. If you want to use it, you will need to alter. I give my final exam (100 question released multiple choice exam) the week before the AP® exam.
I give binder references on the 6 week guide. The whole point of saving work in a binder is for now. You can read about binders on this post.
Also, I cannot provide the link to my Google review folder that I give to my students. I have a lot of items that are not my intellectual property so I wont share online without permission, but I can share with my students only. Its very easy to create your own google folder and just pop a bunch of items in it.
Do my students use this? Some do and some do not. But, for the first time AP® kid, this gives them comfort that they know where to start with reviewing for a big AP® exam.
I also send this paper out via email and text to their parents which provides another measure of accountability.
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