Blog Category: A Level Advanced Placement Biology Chemistry Physics Uncategorized

Written by Chris In this blog we are going to look at how to identify errors and propagate uncertainties present in practical work. Not only is this understanding examinable...

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Thinking back to your 8 AM high school chemistry lab, you must remember the kid who breezed through effortlessly while others struggled, convinced that they were genetically incapable of...

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As we did last year, we have catalogued a bunch of tweets from Trevor Packer, the College Board’s Head of AP. These are really important tidbits of information for...

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For clarity, please review Part 1 before proceeding Materials: You will need a copy of Peterson’s “The Real ACT Prep Guide”, 3rd Edition, as well as “The Official ACT...

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Materials: You will need a copy of Peterson’s “The Real ACT Prep Guide”, 3rd Edition, as well as “The Official ACT Prep Guide. 2016-2017”, from Wiley. We have a...

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In this month’s blog, we catalogue a bunch of tweets from Trevor Packer, the College Board’s Head of AP. These are really important tidbits of information for students taking...

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Hi, for those of you looking for the blog about the 2016 AP® Exam results, we have made it our August blog, because more kids who are beginning the year will...

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Private tutoring is expensive and often unrealistic for many families. But children from less affluent families struggle with chemistry as well! If the family lacks the means to hire...

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Clearly this post is not intended for students who want to major in chemical engineering, many of whom will express profound disappointment that their AP Physics C class delved less deeply...

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First, this is not a whole bunch different from preparing for your end of the year finals, so just reread this in May; it will still work. Also this...

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