Dogwood’s tutors help students with over 30 Advanced Placement (AP) courses that teach college-level material to high school students. Many students come for help throughout the school year but more need help with the AP exams at the end of the courses.
AP courses are optional but high-performing high school students often need them to be competitive in college admissions. Some highly selective colleges like UGA are admitting applicants who take an average of nine AP (or IB) courses in high school. The result is that AP students tend to study longer hours and experience more stress than students who take less rigorous courses.
For detailed scheduling info about the AP exams, visit the College Board website.
Count on Dogwood’s expert tutors to help your student manage the mountain of content for each AP course and improve their writing skills for DBQ and free response questions — leading to higher scores on AP exams.