Written by Andy One thing that many high school students struggle with in the study of probability is the topic of conditional probability, and, in particular, the difference between...

Read moreWritten by Andy Coordinate Proofs Writing proofs is an essential part of any high school geometry course. Consider, for instance, the triangle midsegment theorem, which states “A midsegment of...

Read moreWritten by Steve More than half of the employers in the UK, and likely elsewhere, are looking to recruit employees with data analysis and communication skills and so it...

Read moreAs 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...

Read moreWritten by Steve So here you are with your end of year Mathematics exams fast approaching and whether they are Core 1 and 2 or Core 3 and 4...

Read moreWritten by Joel To begin, take a diagnostic test: About 8 weeks before the test, you will want to take the first SAT Math Level 2 practice test found...

Read moreIn 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...

Read moreHi, 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...

Read morePrivate 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...

Read moreClearly 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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