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AP® Environmental Science: Changes for 2020 | The Princeton Review

AP® Environmental Science: Changes for 2020 | The Princeton Review

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AP Environmental Science Changes for 2020 So, you’ve decided to take AP Environmental Science. That is great! The world definitely needs more people who understand topics like energy transfer, interactions among species, and — most importantly — sustainability. Of course, taking this class also means you’ll have to sit for the AP exam. But that’s […]

AP® Human Geography: Changes for 2020 | The Princeton Review

AP® Human Geography: Changes for 2020 | The Princeton Review

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AP Human Geography Changes for 2020 As an AP Human Geography student, you’re covering tons of important topics, from migration patterns to urban land use to economic development. Not only will this information make you a better global citizen, but it will also, coincidentally, prepare you for the AP Human Geography exam. And in a […]

AP® Computer Science A: Changes for 2020 | The Princeton Review

AP® Computer Science A: Changes for 2020 | The Princeton Review

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AP Computer Science A Changes for 2020 Hello, friends! Do you fantasize about building websites or apps for a living? Do you dream in Java script? Were you born to code? If the answer to any of those questions is a resounding YES, then it was pretty smart of you to sign up for AP […]

AP® Psychology: Changes for 2020 | The Princeton Review

AP® Psychology: Changes for 2020 | The Princeton Review

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Hi there, folks! Do you know what Sigmund Freud was always saying? If it’s not one thing, it’s your mother. So the bad news is, I make cheesy jokes. But the good news is, if you understood the reference, you may be in an AP Psychology course. And if you’re in AP Psych, you are […]

AP® U.S. History: Changes for 2020 | The Princeton Review

AP® U.S. History: Changes for 2020 | The Princeton Review

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AP U.S. History Exam Changes for 2020 We’ve all heard the saying that those who don’t study history are doomed to repeat it. But you’ve smartly saved yourself from that fate by taking AP U.S. History. Bravo! Of course, you’re not fully out of the woods yet. You still need to prove your knowledge of […]