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Offered in May, the Advanced Placement (AP) exams are a great way to show colleges that you’re ready for university level coursework. Even if your school doesn’t offer AP classes, you can still take any AP exam if you are interested in the subject and don’t mind studying on your own. Doing well on an AP can even get you college credit or an exemption from certain prerequisites!

The AP U.S. Government and Politics exam has both multiple choice and free-response questions, testing a student's understanding of the US political system and their ability to analyze founding documents and Supreme Court decisions. Whether you’re struggling in your AP Gov class, want smart study strategies for the AP exam, or need support taking an AP not offered at your school, Ivy is here to help. Our tutors have helped countless students score 5s and 4s on their AP exams, earning college credit along the way!

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Neel originally grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona. There, he attended BASIS Scottsdale High School, a top notch math and science focused high school with a rigorous AP-focused curriculum. In high school, Neel completed...

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Tracy has earned a Secondary Teaching certificate, master’s in International Relations, bachelor’s in Political Science, minor in History, and additional college education in climate and environmental science. She t...

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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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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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