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ensures tumblr fame by blogging about my inevitable failure on tomorrow’s world history AP test regardless of being a straight A student and studying my butt off

depressing misery parade go

BUT SERIOUSLY 10,000 YEARS OF HISTORY COME ON I HAVEN’T EVEN BEEN ON THIS PLANET LONG ENOUGH TO GET A LICENSE YET I AM EXPECTED TO UNDERSTAND MANKIND’S EXISTENCE

Also, and I’m really not trying to sound pretentious or anything–it’s just that you guys probably care more than my family, but I scored a 5 on my AP World History exam. It was one of the hardest exams released by the College Board and only 5% of test-takers in the world scored a 5. I’m so relieved about it. 

AP World History

I just checked my scores, and I got a FIVE on my AP World History exam!! I’m over the moon right now. Yes, it’s considered one of the easier AP exams, but whatever. :D :D

Buuut, I’m super incredibly bummed because my best friend got a four and she studied harder than I did, and she’s such a smart girl and I don’t know what to say to her. She deserved a five more than I did. I’d give her my five in a heartbeat if I could. :’(

anonymous asked:

how many ap classes did you take in hs & any tips- even for the exams?

I took three AP courses: Calculus, World History, and Psychology. Usually, your teacher(s) will provide study tips and methods, but there are plenty of AP study resources online that you could use to better understand the structure and format of the test. For exams such as calculus or stats, I would suggest working on a different variety of problems to make sure you understand the content and material first. Informative courses such as World History or Psychology, will require more revision and a firmer grasp on main concepts as well as a substantial set of analytical writing skills; there will be essay questions that ask you to integrate what you’ve learned into your response. Just keep calm—AP exams are curved under the notion that teachers do not conduct classes in the same way. Hope this helped!