Course Content: Requires a good level of reading and writing skills in English (scores around mid to high 80s at school; Focuses on knowledge application in real-life situations; Practice with question analysis; Boost up foundational conceptual understandings.
Date and Time
- June 30, 2021 to September 1, 2021
- Every Wednesday
- 7:30 PM ~ 9:30 PM
AP Foundation CourseScoring AP 5 takes time, effort, and scientific curriculum design, and Kate Language has created THREE phases of learning to help students progress to guarantee 5 in May. PHASE Foundation: Focuses on knowledge application in real-life situations; Practice with question analysis; Boost up foundational conceptual understandings.
AP Human GeographyAP Human Geography introduces students to the systematic study of patterns and processes that have shaped human understanding, use, and alteration of Earth’s surface. Students employ spatial concepts and landscape analysis to examine socioeconomic organization and its environmental consequences. They also learn about the methods and tools geographers use in their research and applications. The curriculum reflects the goals of the National Geography Standards (2012). The course is equivalent to an introductory college-level course in human geography. The AP Human Geography Exam assesses student understanding of the skills and learning objectives outlined in the course framework. The exam is 2 hours and 15 minutes long and includes 60 multiple-choice questions and 3 free-response questions. Course Skills:
- Concepts and Processes
- Analyze geographic theories, approaches, concepts, processes, or models in theoretical and applied contexts.
- Spatial Relationships
- Analyze geographic patterns, relationships, and outcomes in applied contexts.
- Data Analysis
- Analyze and interpret quantitative geographic data represented in maps, tables, charts, graphs, satellite images, and infographics.
Who Should Choose this Course?
- Aim for a AP score 5 in the subject;
- Wish to gain advanced and additional insights alongside school-offered classes;
- Early test preparation for the subject.
- Attend AP Exam
AP Courses FAQ
- Step 1: get a Join Code from your AP teacher or AP coordinator from your school
- Step 2: find the AP LOGIN page on www.collegeboard.org
- Step 3: log on MyAP account with your account ID and password or register for one account ID and password
- Step 4: choose “Join a Course”, input your Join Code in Step 1
- Step 5: review your information and your registration is completed
- Step 6: you will be given a Code by College Board website, with which you can have access to more materials
- Step 7: you must seek help from your school AP Coordinator to issue a payment, as you cannot pay on www.collegeboard.org
Notes: there is no Cancellation Fee if you complete the test registration and payment before November 13th; there will be $40 USD Late Fee if you register for the test between November 13th and March 12th. The last day of registration is March 12th.
If you cannot take the AP test with your school, you can be arranged to take the test in your chosen AP test centre by taking the following steps:
- Step 1: find the test centre that handles the AP subject you choose. You may call AP centre via 1-888-225-5427 or +1（212）632-1780 for the contacts of an AP Coordinator nearby, or inquire by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Step 2: call the AP Coordinator and you will be guided for registration. He/ she will indicate your test date and location.
- Step 3: AP Coordinator will help you with payment and materials.
AP English Language and Composition This advanced English course focuses on critical thinking, language skills, reading comprehension, rhetorical analysis, research strategies, which are all beneficial for high school and college learning. The questions of AP English Lang are quite similar to that in the SAT English section, so it is efficient to prepare for the two simultaneously.
AP United States History It is quite a challenging subject for all candidates, as there are only 32% students scoring 4 or above. Students need to learn history through nine significant phases, understanding events and their causes and impacts. However, it is such a valuable subject that a university Admission Officer can inspect candidates’ learning ability and critical thinking.
AP Calculus AB AP Calculus AB is comparatively easier than BC, so students who plan to major in engineering or Science should choose BC. Business students are advised to take AP Calculus AB, as it is highly identical with the Freshman year Calculus.
AP Psychology AP Psychology is one of the most popular comprehensive subject, so it is a good choice for students who have not decided on a major, either science or arts. AP Psychology is ranked on medium level of difficulty, covering schools of Psychology, as well as knowledge about statistics and biology.
AP French Language and Culture Among all AP language tests, French (taken mostly by Canadian candidates) and Spanish (most useful foreign language in the U.S.) are the most popular subjects. AP French Language and Culture tests students comprehension on all types of literature, listening and speaking, as well as writing.
AP Economics （Microeconomics & Macroeconomics) Students can take both AP Microeconomics and Macroeconomics simultaneously or take AP Microeconomics one year prior to Macro, and both courses are mandatory in the first year of universities for business school students. Macroeconomics can also improve academic performance in university if students major in politics, government, law, history, etc.
AP World History AP World History is ranked on top for the level of difficulty, only 9.21% candidates scoring 5 in the year of 2020. This subject requires candidates to integrate sources, analyze evidence, formulate viewpoints, and most importantly inspect relationships in historical events.
AP 5 that worths 1 Acceleration Credit: English Language; English Literature; Art History; Calculus AB; Music Theory; Physics C Electricity and Magnetism; Physics C: Mechanics
AP 5 that worths 2 Acceleration Credits: Language (Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Spanish); Calculus BC
AP 5 that worths 2 Credits: Microeconomics + Macroeconomics (together); Calculus BC; Biology; Chemistry; Physics C; French; German; Italian; Latin; Spanish.
AP 5 that worths 1 Credits: European History; US History; World History; English Literature; Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Calculus AB; Calculus BC; Chemistry (score 4)
AP 5 that worths 1 Credits: Chemistry; Computer Science; Calculus BC; Physics 1; Physics 2; Physics C Electricity and Magnetism; Physics C: Mechanics; French; German; Italian; Latin; Spanish; Spanish Literature
AP 5 that skips foundation course: Art History: Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Psychology; Statistics
AP that worths 3 Credits: (those AP subjects with a * sign mean AP 4 is acceptable) English Language; English Literature; US Government and Politics; Comparative Government and Politics; US History; European History; Music Theory* Biology; Chemistry*; Computer Science A*; Calculus AB*; Calculus BC*; Physics C Electricity and Magnetism ; Physics C: Mechanics; Statistics French; German; Latin; Spanish; Spanish Literature
AP that worths 6 Credits: (those AP subjects with a * sign mean AP 4 is acceptable) Calculus BC; Physics 1 AND 2 AP that worths 4 Credits: (those AP subjects with a * sign mean AP 4 is acceptable) Microeconomics AND Macroeconomics (at least one 5, the other 4 or above)
AP score qualifying for Entrance Credit: (those AP subjects with a * sign mean AP 4 is acceptable) Microeconomics; Environmental Science*; Human Geography; Calculus AB*; Calculus BC*; Chemistry; Computer Science A*; Physics C Electricity and Magnetism*; Physics C: Mechanics*; Statistics*
AP score qualifying for skipping foundation course: (those AP subjects with a * sign mean AP 4 is acceptable) Human Geography*; German*
AP score qualifying for skipping one foreign language course: (those AP subjects with a * sign mean AP 4 is acceptable) French; Italian; Latin; Spanish*
AP that worths 3 Credits: (those AP subjects with a * sign mean AP 4 is acceptable) Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Psychology; Calculus AB*; Calculus BC*; Chemistry*; Physics C Electricity and Magnetism*; Physics C: Mechanics*; Statistics* French*; Italian*; Spanish*
AP that worths 4 Credits: (those AP subjects with a * sign mean AP 4 is acceptable) Calculus AB; Calculus BC; Chemistry; Computer Science A; Physics 1; Physics 2; Physics C Electricity and Magnetism; Physics C: Mechanics; Statistics
AP that worths 8 Credits: (those AP subjects with a * sign mean AP 4 is acceptable) Calculus BC (non-engineering students)