So you’ve decided to Prepare for advanced placement (AP) class. Congratulations! Advanced Placement exams offer college-level coursework to high school students. These classes can be a great way to challenge yourself, earn college credit, and stand out on your college applications. But they can also be very challenging—especially if you’re not used to taking rigorous courses. So how can you set yourself up for success? Here are four tips.

1. Make a Plan

One of the most important things you can do to prepare for an Advanced Placement class is to make a plan. Talk to your parents, teachers, and guidance counselors about which AP classes make sense for you given your interests and schedule. Once you’ve selected your classes, use a planner or calendar (or even just a sheet of paper) to map out when assignments are due and when exams will be. This will help you stay organized and on track throughout the year.

2. Do Your Reading (and Then Some)

In order to do well in an AP class, you need to be willing to do more than the minimum amount of reading. When assignments call for reading from the textbook, go above and beyond by also reading supplementary materials like articles or blog posts on the same topic. Oh and some amazing content on Youtube- use it to your advantage. This will give you a more well-rounded understanding of the concepts you’re learning—and it’ll help prepare you for the FRQ (Free response questions) portion of the AP exam, which often asks students to synthesize multiple sources of information.

3. Get Ahead on Labs and Projects

AP classes/self-prep should often move at a faster pace than regular high school classes, which means there’s less time for labs and long-term projects, even your profile building work. So instead of waiting until the night before an assignment is due to start working on it, try to get ahead by completing it early (or at least getting started on it). This will relieve some of the pressure you’re feeling and leaves room in your schedule in case you need extra time later on down the road.

4. Practice, Practice, and Practice

One of the best ways to prepare for an AP exam is simply to practice as much as possible. Keep a detailed track of your error-logs. Take old AP exams (you can find these online or on Anannt’s online portal), timed writing prompts, and multiple-choice quizzes until you feel confident in your ability to answer questions quickly and correctly under pressure. The more prepared you are come exam day, the better your chances of earning college credit—and impressing your future professors!

The best way study for success is by making a plan, doing extra reading, getting ahead whenever possible, and practicing as much as possible. By preparing early and often, you’ll be setting yourself up for success come exam day. And who knows? You might even enjoy learning along the way!

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