A WHOLE YEAR CRAMMED INTO ONE TEST
AP Prep prepares students for their AP subject tests by arming them with the tools needed to earn a winning score. Rigorous college-level classes, like the Advanced Placement courses, are especially important when it comes to college admissions. Getting a score of 3 or higher on an AP test can even earn you college credit!
AP PREP BEGINS IN APRIL
Availability of each subject is determined by student demand.
Talk to your Director about the subjects you need help with!
- AP English Language + Composition
- AP Comparative Government + Politics
- AP European History
- AP Macroeconomics
- AP Microeconomics
- AP Psychology
- AP US Government + Politics
- AP US History
- AP World History
- AP Calculus AB
- AP Calculus BC
- AP Statistics
- AP Biology
- AP Chemistry
- AP Physics 1
- AP Physics 2
- AP French Language + Culture
- AP Spanish Language + Culture
"I did AP Prep at Meri for 3-4 weeks and it gave me all the information to help me pass my exam! Because Tyler was able to compact a year's worth of information into all these sessions, I was able to feel more confident than I would have just with my teacher and class alone."
What a typical bootcamp looks like...
Cram sessions help students understand the exam’s most important concepts and provide them with a strong supplement to their studies.
THOSE FRQs THOUGH
Students review with actual FRQs, multiple choice questions, and common vocabulary terms to prepare them for the different test formats.
EXTRA STUDY MATERIAL
We develop detailed review packets that include study guides and other resources for students to review at home.
PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE
Students get a feel for the real thing by taking real, full-length AP exams.
2016 AP EXAM SCHEDULE
|Week 1||Morning 8 a.m.||Afternoon 12 noon|
|Monday, May 2||Chemistry
|Tuesday, May 3||Computer Science A
Spanish Language and Culture
Physics 1: Algebra-Based
|Wednesday, May 4||English Literature and Composition||Japanese Language and Culture
Physics 2: Algebra-Based
|Thursday, May 5||Calculus AB
|Chinese Language and Culture
|Friday, May 6||German Language and Culture
United States History
|Week 2||Morning 8 a.m.||Afternoon 12 noon||Afternoon 2 p.m.|
|Monday, May 9||Biology
|Physics C: Mechanics||Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism|
|Tuesday, May 10||United States Government and Politics||French Language and Culture
Spanish Literature and Culture
|Wednesday, May 11||English Language and Composition||Italian Language and Culture
|Thursday, May 12||Comparative Government and Politics
|Friday, May 13||Human Geography