How do you write a good AP Literature essay?
An Exam Reader’s Advice on Writing
- Make a plan. Students should not begin writing until they fully comprehend the prompt and/or the passage.
- Begin quickly and directly.
- Use paragraphs and topic sentences.
- Use quotations and explain them.
- Create variety.
- Find the right word.
What percent is a 5 on AP lit?
only 10 percent
Is 3 AP classes a lot?
Sophomore Year: Take one to three AP classes. Consider adding a more challenging AP class, like World History or US History, and one or two less-demanding APs. An Ivy League hopeful might take 3 to 5 AP classes, while if you’re aiming for less-selective schools, 2 to 4 would be enough.
How many AP classes are too many?
Second, balance your course load. Unless you’re applying to the most selective universities, 4 to 5 AP courses over your high school years is more than enough. For students applying to the most selective colleges, you might need 7–12. But even so, taking 4 AP courses in a year can be extremely challenging.
Is AP Stats harder than AP Calc AB?
if you have a knack for Data and Interpretation, you might find Statistics easy. But, there is a general consensus that Statistics is harder than Calculus. AP Stats is more time consuming and boring but the work is easy.
Why is AP stats so hard?
There is a lot more emphasis on data comprehension and analysis and less on solving challenging equations. There is also more memorization required than for other AP math classes, although AP Stats still isn’t considered a memorization-heavy AP class overall.
What is AP Stats good for?
Students learn about the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing and drawing conclusions from data. AP Statistics can prepare students for dozens of college majors beyond statistics, including criminal justice, aerospace engineering and environmental studies, just to name a few.
Should I take AP stats or AP Calc AB?
If you are going to be a humanities major or a business major, then take AP Stats. Stats is important for all business majors, and even for psychology or political science and Pre-Med as well. Alternatively, you can take AP Calculus or a dual-enrollment Calc or online college calc.