It’s That Time: Get Prepared for AP Exams

Mr. Serpone, AP World History: “The best advice is to make sure you understand how to get the better score. The info is very broad in history, so if you understand how to get a good grade on each essay then you stand a much better chance of doing well on the exam.”

Mr. Serpone, AP World History: “The best advice is to make sure you understand how to get the better score. The info is very broad in history, so if you understand how to get a good grade on each essay then you stand a much better chance of doing well on the exam.”

Azeezat Adeleke, Editor-in-Chief

In two weeks, students across North Point will pick up their pencils, rip off the seals protecting their booklets, and get to work on Advanced Placement tests in every subject, from calculus to human geography. These tests show colleges how much a student has learned over the previous eight months. Students who score exceptionally well can even earn college credit for their efforts. As a result, sitting for AP exams can be a nerve wracking experience. The Eagle Eye asked five of North Point’s AP teachers for their best advice on how to score well in their area of expertise.