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AP classes over summer

sqdwfe13sqdwfe13 Registered User Posts: 1,261 Senior Member
edited May 2009 in High School Life
Is there any place online where you can take entire AP courses over the summer?
And what amount of AP courses do you think is reasonable to take over the summer if you have nothing else to do?
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Replies to: AP classes over summer

  • dunbardunbar Registered User Posts: 1,376 Senior Member

    and maybe 2?
  • HarambeeHarambee Registered User Posts: 2,604 Senior Member
    There's this website UCCP Open Access and it looks like a great place where you could study an AP class over the summer. I don't know how you would register and I don't know if there's any teacher, so you might be on your own. However they might not offer the AP class you're looking for so it might depend on which AP class that you're interested in taking. They offer AP Biology, AP Calculus (AB & BC), AP Physics (B & C), AP Environmental Science, AP US History and AP US Government and Politics. Instead of taking an online course I'm just going to go through some prep books this summer to self-study AP Comparative Gov & Human Geography. I think it would be reasonable to study up to two AP classes over the summer. You should enjoy you're summer.
    Hope that helps. =]
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