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Given in May, Advanced Placement (AP) exams are not only challenging, but also a great way to show universities that you can excel in college-level classes. Even better, scoring a 4 or 5 on an AP can exempt you from taking those classes as a freshman in college! Students are allowed to take AP exams even if they aren’t offered at their school, which is particularly useful if you’re a wiz-kid in a specific subject.

AP US History covers the American story from 1491 CE to the present. The exam contains a multiple-choice section, long and short essay questions, and one document-based question. Students must be able to recall specific facts as well as craft arguments about important developments in the nation’s history. Whether you need help studying for the AP US History exam, or just want to do better in the class, Ivy’s got your back. Our tutors have helped countless students score 5’s and 4's on their AP exams, excel in AP courses, and earn college credit along the way!

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Sindhura has a BS and MS in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry from Yale University ('24) and is now pursuing a PhD in Immunology at Yale. On campus, she researches at the Yale School of Medicine and is an office...

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Alexander graduated from Brown University, where he double majored in computer science and geography. He grew up in Sag Harbor, New York where he was one of the first students to complete the International Baccalaur...

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Hillel is a native New Yorker and proud alumnus of Bronx Science. After graduating from Brown University in May, 2022 with a B.S. in Geophysics with honors, he returned home to New York to pursue his passions of tea...

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Claire Mack is a enthusiastic and compassionate senior at Fordham University in New York City. Hailing from the chilly city of Chicago, Claire has always been passionate about education and helping others succeed. H...

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