ArborBridge's 2020 AP Survival Guide

Cover of AP Survival Guide 2020

This year’s AP exams will look and feel different: they’re online, at home, open note, and only 45 minutes long. This is probably your first time taking an exam in this format, so if you’re feeling unsure about what to expect, that's perfectly understandable. There's no precedent for the times we're in or the test you're about to take. But you can prepare!

The instruction team at ArborBridge has prepared a guide to help you navigate these changes and achieve success on test day. The 2020 AP Survival Guide will take you through

  • when to take the exams and how to study
  • how to prepare for an open note test
  • tech considerations and troubleshooting
  • overcoming anxiety on test day

Download this guide as you continue studying for your AP exams and make final preparations for test day.

The tips and tricks outlined in the 2020 AP Survival Guide will ensure that you’ll be able to put your best foot forward on test day. You'll now how to master the new test forma, so that your performance will reflect all the hard work that you’ve put into your class this year.

Download the Guide


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About ArborBridge

ArborBridge is the global leader in innovative, digital, one-on-one tutoring. With nearly a decade of experience teaching students online, ArborBridge supports students of all kinds: home schoolers, AP students, test preppers, and more. Our tutors specialize in creating personalized plans and in providing compassionate support for students and families.

Rose Paik

About Rose Paik

Rose masterminds the development and design of ArborBridge’s modern, data-driven digital curriculum and learning platforms. After attending the University of Washington Foster School of Business, she earned her Master’s in Educational Technology from Johns Hopkins University School of Education, where her graduate work focused on employing digital-age learning to enhance standardized test preparation instruction and create personalized learning experiences for every student. With over a decade of tutoring experience, Rose also remains one of the highest-performing tutors in ArborBridge’s history.

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