September - 6 Tips for Rocking Your AP Classes
This article has some great strategies for being successful in your AP classes.
October - SOAPSTone: A Strategy for ReadingandWriting
(Speaker, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Subject, Tone) is an acronym for a series of questions that students must first ask themselves, and then answer, as they begin to plan their compositions.
November - AP Exam Tips
Having a few key strategies at your command can boost your confidence going into an Advanced Placement (AP) exam and be crucial to scoring those extra points. This website asked experienced AP teachers to share their strategies to help you prep to maximize your performance on the AP exam.
December - Two Sides of a Coin: Pre-AP Skills and Strategies for Readers
This website focuses on preparing students to meet, greet, and get concrete with challenging texts. It also help students work with texts that are deceptively simple in order to see their complexity.
January - Primary Source Strategies
This website introduces students to using primary source documents and strategies to help students analyze these materials.
February - AP Test-Taking Techniques
While the content of the Advanced Placement tests is very different, the basic format of the tests is very similar. If you concentrate on the similarities among the tests rather than the differences, you will see that there are some basic test-taking techniques that you can put to good use as you study for and take your AP tests.
March - Preparing for the Exams
To help you prepare to do your best on the AP Exam, this website has practice questions and tips for labeling materials and completing exam responses.
April - AP Exam Prep
How to Prepare for an AP Exam
May - 4 Tips for Taking an Advanced Placement Test
This website is a must read the day before you take your AP test.
AP Exam Day Policies
June - How to get started in AP
A checklist so you will know what you can do next.