The flipped lecture for Episode 2: Economic Policy is available at:
There is no exception to this. Pay attention:
All students currently taking an AP class are required to take the AP exam, which will result in an exemption from the second semester final exam. By taking the AP exam, you give our program valuable data for assessment and improvement. If you do not sit for this exam, your grade will be incomplete until you sit for an alternative exam, which will count as your final. In order to best facilitate the exam process, the College Board allows schools to hold Pre-Administration sessions to take care of the 30 minutes+ that involves filling in the demographic data. Minimizing the time spent on this on exam day, does increase your focus for the content at hand. However, if even one person in the session has not gone through the Pre-Administration process, all students must sit through this process on exam day.
Here are the scheduled Academic Times dedicated in the dining hall to complete the
Pre-Administration aspect of the exam:
March 28- 2:25 Dining Hall
April 11- 2:225 Dining Hall
April 25- 2:25 Dining Hall
Let’s get with it today!
Don’t give in to it.
You’re better than that.
(Please excuse the indiscreet image of Beyonce. Her skirt should be no greater than 4 inches from her knee.)
Students in Honors World History and Honors American Government, the SJA counseling department has begun signups for the AP tests for your subjects.
The AP World History test is Thursday, May 14.
The AP US Government & Politics test is Wednesday, May 20 (this is the SJA alternate date, so don’t worry about dates you see elsewhere).
Of all the study guides available for these tests, my favorites are the “Crash Course” guides (not John Green’s crash course).
AP World History:
AP US Government & Politics:
Remind me; we will talk in class about a study schedule.