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Advanced Placement (AP) exams are given every year in May, and are a great way to show universities that you can excel in college level classes. Scoring a 4 or 5 on an AP can even exempt you from taking certain courses as a freshman! Not all schools offer AP classes, but you can still take the exams anyway if you’re a wiz-kid in a particular subject.

The AP Chemistry Exam is considered one of the more challenging APs; students must understand complicated chemical processes, design experiments, and support scientific claims. But don’t worry, Ivy has your back! Many of our chemistry tutors have STEM PhDs, are professional researchers, or active pre-med or medical students. They can help explain difficult concepts and advise you on the best study tips and strategies for acing the exam. Our tutors have helped countless students score 5s on their APs, excel in AP classes, and earn college credit!

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Syd B.

Syd graduated from Yale University summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with distinction in their major of Ethics, Politics, and Economics, and an Advanced Spanish Language Certificate in May of 2023. While at Yale, S...

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Travis B.

Travis, a native New Yorker who attended Riverdale Country School, earned a double major in Biomedical Engineering and French from Yale in 2018. He has been a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins s...

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Radhika P.

Radhika was born and raised on Long Island, New York. After graduating from Syosset High School, she attended Columbia University where she was on the premedical track and majored in the Medical Humanities with a Sp...

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Tess H.

Tess is a recent graduate of Columbia University as of May 2023, with a major in Environmental Biology and concentrations in Data Science & Physics. She has lived in New York City the past 4 years, but is now home w...

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