College Board offers free, live online resources for AP courses

press release from Walton County Public Schools

Due to school closures, the College Board has released free, live online resources to help students stay on track with AP courses. Students are encouraged to access the live review sessions ahead of the online exams in May. For this year only, at-home, online tests will replace the traditional in-person exams. It is important to note that colleges nationwide have committed to awarding credit for this year’s AP scores just as they have in previous years, saving students time and money in their postsecondary education.

The free online classes and review sessions are led by AP teachers from across the country and are available live or on-demand at youtube.com/advancedplacement. During the final days before exams, WCSD classes will focus on simulating the exam experience and reviewing sample exam questions.

Details about this year’s AP Exams can be found on the College Board’s website at cb.org/coronavirusAPstudents.

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