The 2020 AP exams, as with so much else, look a little different this year. With the exams moving to an online format with an abbreviated length, you may have questions about how best to prepare your students to excel this month. Luckily, The Princeton Review has answers. We’re pleased to share resources including an FAQ about the significant changes to this year’s exam formats, a schedule of exam dates and times, and free practice questions and explanations for a number of AP subject areas.
AP Exam Updates and Test Prep Materials from The Princeton Review
By Allan Spencer | May 13 2020 | Advanced PlacementStudy Aids & Exam Prep
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Colson Whitehead has won the Pulitzer Prize for his novel, The Nickel Boys. This is his second Pulitzer Prize (his novel The Underground Railroad won in 2017) and he is only the fourth writer—alongside Booth Tarkington, William Faulkner, and John Updike—to win two Pulitzer Prizes each in the Fiction category. Winner, ALA Alex Award InRead more