Here at LogicPrep, our team of instructors is available to guide you to success in all of your academic pursuits. One of the ways our instructors provide support is by helping you succeed in your Advanced Placement (AP) courses and on the AP exams.

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What are AP Tests?

AP courses will challenge you differently than your typical high school classes. You will have the chance to explore topics more in-depth and at a faster pace, essentially experiencing the structure and rigor of an intro-level college class. Whether it be AP Physics or AP US History, our instructors will help you stay on top of assignments and master all the challenging material.

Even though AP courses are not required, your decision to take these courses lets colleges know that you are pursuing the most challenging course load available (if, in fact, AP courses are offered at your school). We encourage students to see AP courses as an opportunity to stand out and demonstrate their academic strength. These courses can also earn you an opportunity to place out of college introductory courses.

What is LogicPrep’s Strategy for the AP Tests?

Our team of instructors will work with you to build strategies and gain the confidence necessary for you to excel. We can guide you through the tricky multiple choice questions and help you know the inside outs of the free response prompts.

Whether to help you understand the fine details of a concept for your next test in AP Biology or to review all the tense conjugations for the AP French exam in May, our instructors will help you stay on top of assignments and master all the challenging material. Feel free to reach out our office to be matched with the appropriate instructor.

What content is covered on the ap tests?

Any test you take might fall under one of the following 7 categories:

Arts Sciences
English World Languages & Culture
History & Social Science AP Capstone - independent research
Math & Computer Science

Who takes the AP Tests?

Students who have completed AP courses will take an AP test at the end of their course.

What is the format of the ap tests?

At the end of the year, once you complete an AP course, you will take an AP exam. Our team of instructors will work with you to build strategies and gain the confidence necessary for you to excel. We can guide you through the tricky multiple choice questions and help you know the inside outs of the free response prompts.

The format of the AP test is designed for you to complete within two to three hours. By test day, your instructors will have reviewed ways to ensure you stay within that time frame.

*There are a few AP tests that have a different format. For example, if you choose to take AP Studio Art, the course exam will ask you to submit a portfolio of your work. If you choose to take the Chinese or the Japanese Language and Culture exam, you will work with a CD-based exam on a computer.

How are the ap tests scored?

The score range on AP exams is 1-5. The five-point scale is broken down into 5 = extremely qualified, 4 = well qualified, 3 = qualified, 2 = possibly qualified, 1 = no recommendation. While a 3 is considered a passing score and it shows that you are capable of learning the material, some universities will only accept a 4 or a 5 for credit or placement.

When are the ap tests offered?

Whether to help you understand the fine details of a concept for your next test in AP Biology or to review all the tense conjugations for the AP French exam in May, feel free to reach out our office to be matched with the appropriate instructor.


In 2019, the AP tests will be administered May 6 through 10 and May 13 through 17. (Click here)