Princeton Review Free Online AP Test Prep
Regents aren’t happening this year but the AP exams still are. Each AP course will have a 45-minute online exam. A week ago, I shared on Facebook that The Princeton Review is offering free AP test prep. They are sharing live AP review sessions on their YouTube channel. If you miss a session, you can watch the replay. You can see the schedule at https://www.princetonreview.com/live.
Kaplan Free Online AP Test Prep
While listening to my Spotify “Billboard Hot Gospel Songs” playlist, I heard an ad from Kaplan. They are also offering free AP test prep on YouTube live with replays of the interactive lessons. They don’t cover as many subjects as the Princeton Review, but the teachers are equally great. If your child is taking History or Biology AP tests, visit https://www.kaptest.com/study/pre-college-ap/.
Help From the College Board
I think that it’s important for students to know what to expect with the new online exam format for 2020 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The College Board is a helpful resource. You can find updates as well as free online AP classes and review sessions on their Coronavirus Updates Page.
Also FYI: If your child (or a student whom you know) doesn’t have Internet access or the technical devices in order to complete the online exam, the College Board may be able to help. (Fill out their form at https://collegeboard.tfaforms.net/74.)
I hope that these resources are helpful. I’m not a huge fan of standardized testing overall, but these tests can help our kids earn college credits. That is why I want all of our teens to do their best and to be set up to win!
This post is not sponsored. These are just some of the resources that I’m using for my own teen.