Our AP Exam Courses are designed to emphasize the skills, strategies, and content necessary for student success on the exam. Taught by experienced AP teachers, our courses involve a mixture of whole class lessons, timed practice sections, and individual assistance. Our teachers will bring out the best in each student. They arrive early to class so that they can work with students individually. Moreover, students can make up classes at the other Courses, as long as they attend classes in order.

The College Board changed the AP curriculum for AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, AP U.S. History, and AP World History; however, it did not change the corresponding SAT Subject Tests. We offer SAT Subject Test Booster Sessions to cover the content needed that is not covered in the AP Courses.

Course Schedule:


AP U.S. History for the May 10th AP Exam

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AP English Language and Composition for the May 15th AP Exam

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AP English Literature and Composition for the May 8th AP Exam

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AP European History for the May 8th AP Exam

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AP U.S. Government and Politics & AP Comparative Government and Politics for the May 16th AP Exam

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AP U.S. Government and Politics Only for the May 6th AP Exam

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AP World History for the May 16th AP Exam

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AP Biology for the May 13th AP Exam

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AP Chemistry for the May 9th AP Exam

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AP Physics 1 for the May 7th AP Exam

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AP Environmental Science for the May 6th AP Exam

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AP Statistics for the May 16th AP Exam

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Why take our Courses:

Commitment to high-quality curriculum development. Our AP Exam teachers combine years of classroom experience with expert knowledge of the ins and outs of the subjects they teach. They will bring out the best in each student.

Purposeful communication. Before the start of each class, teachers invite information from parents and students, seeking feedback about preferred learning styles and past performance. Throughout the course, teachers email weekly reminders about the work accomplished in class and provide suggestions for continued preparation at home.

Accessibility. Our teachers arrive early to class so that they can work with students individually. Between sessions, students are invited to email teachers with questions.

Flexibility. Students can make up classes at the other sessions, as long as they attend classes in order. In addition, students who cannot attend our courses can request a private tutor to help them prepare for any examination.

I just wanted you to know the tutoring with Bruce is great and my daughter started the AP US History review class on Sunday and said it was fantastic. She also recommended the class to her friend from Rye who joined her and she too gave it great accolades.

ML, Parent

Pam, I wanted to let you know that your approach to providing proofs was so instrumental that my son could not stop talking about it on our ride home. He indicated that he took the writing approach he learned from you and applied it not only to his AP Comp exam, but to all his other AP exams that required similar essays. No doubt that your assistance helped him achieve all 5’s on his tests.

TL, Parent

I’d like to thank you again for teaching our class. It sounds impossible to effectively teach a class of exhausted high school students running on empty from a full school day and sports, but your class was very enjoyable and you kept us all awake! Thank you for giving me the tools to excel on the AP test.

ML, Student

Hi Matt. He scored a 5 for his AP Euro and is absolutely thrilled! As you might know, he retook this AP and made quite some sacrifices (didn’t join the tennis team at school) to be able to study all he could. I’m sure you were an essential part of this, he came home from your classes so inspired and saying that history could actually be so interesting!

SV, Parent

My son scored an 800 on the SAT Math II and a 5 on the AP Stats! Thanks to Marshall and Sam for all of the test prep support!

BH, Parent

After completing the APUSH Prep Course with Bruce, I got a 5!!!!! He was such an amazing teacher and made it possible for me to succeed on the test, when my classroom teacher only made it to the year 1900, leaving a gigantic gap in the AP Curriculum. I just wanted to relay my thanks and gratitude for all of his work to prepare me and everybody else!

AM, Student

After completing the APUSH Prep Course with Bruce, I got a 5!!!!! He made it possible for me to succeed on the test when my classroom teacher only made it to the year 1900, leaving a gigantic gap in the AP Curriculum. Thanks for all of his work!

AM, Student

Dear John, Thank you for your help in preparing for AP World History. The exam went very well, and I feel particularly good about my essays, which you taught me how to approach. I went in feeling much more confident because of your class. You made such a difference in my experience taking the first AP Exam of my academic career.

KW, Student

John, I wanted to thank you so much for helping our daughter! She got a 90 on her Iran/China test! She had one of the highest scores on the test! We just can’t thank you enough for all your help! It has really helped her and made a HUGE difference – she currently has an A in this class!

ES, Parent

Once again, your instructors did a great job. C. took a Biology review course recently for her AP test and said Sarah was kind, engaging, and efficient – – all in all, a great teacher.

CH, Parent

Important Dates

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Afternoon AP Exam(s)
Monday, May 6, 2019
United States Government and Politics (8 a.m.)
Chinese Language and Culture (12 p.m.)
Environmental Science (12 p.m.)
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Seminar (8 a.m.)
Spanish Language and Culture (8 a.m.)
Japanese Language and Culture (12 p.m.)
Physics 1: Algebra-Based (12 p.m.)
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
English Literature and Composition (8 a.m.)
European History (12 p.m.)
French Language and Culture (12 p.m.)
Thursday, May 9, 2019
Chemistry (8 a.m.)
Spanish Literature and Culture (8 a.m.)
German Language and Culture (12 p.m.)
Psychology (12 p.m.)
Friday, May 10, 2019
United States History (8 a.m.)
Computer Science Principles (12 p.m.)
Physics 2: Algebra-Based (12 p.m.)
Monday, May 13, 2019
Biology (8 a.m.)
Physics C: Mechanics (12 p.m.)
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism (2 p.m.)
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Calculus AB (8 a.m.)
Calculus BC (8 a.m.)
Art History (12 p.m.)
Human Geography (12 p.m.)
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
English Language and Composition (8 a.m.)
Italian Language and Culture (12 p.m.)
Macroeconomics (12 p.m.)
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Comparative Government and Politics (8 a.m.)
World History (8 a.m.)
Statistics (12 p.m.)
Friday, May 17, 2019
Microeconomics (8 a.m.)
Music Theory (8 a.m.)
Computer Science A (12 p.m.)
Latin (12 p.m.)

Resources

Please check with your school’s Guidance Department to make sure they have registered you for the AP exam(s) you plan to take. For more information, click here. AP exam dates for 2019 are: Week 1: May 6-10, 2019; Week 2: May 13-17, 2019. You can view the full schedule here.

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