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Advanced Placement (AP) exams are offered in May, and are a great way to show universities that you’re ready for college level coursework. You can even skip certain freshman year requirements if you score a 4 or 5! Although not all schools offer APs, you can still sit the exam if you’re a wiz-kid in a specific subject, or don’t mind studying on your own.

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Jasmine graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude from Yale, and went on to complete an M.Phil in Engineering at the University of Cambridge as a Churchill Scholar. Currently, a PhD student at Columbia in Neurobi...

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Michael received his Ph.D in Politics from Princeton University in 2022, with concentrations in American Politics and Political Economy. He currently works as a researcher at Stanford University. He previously compl...

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Aradhya is a PhD candidate studying Quantitative Biosciences at Georgia Tech after receiving his BS in Physics in 2020. He enjoys reading and learning more about various subjects including math, physics and computer...

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Saima graduated from Harvard College in May of 2023 and from The Brearley School in May of 2019. At Harvard, she studied the history of medicine while on the pre-med track, and served as Editor-at-Large of the Harva...

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