AP blogs are tough to find on Tumblr, so I’ve made a collection of all the AP blogs I could find, sorted by subject. Some haven’t updated for a while, but all the same the resources provided by the blogs are still usable and I highly recommend finding a way to use Tumblr to get some productive AP studying done! The list is quite small, so if you know of any more, feel free to send me a message! A part of my “get studying” series!
I’ve written several help articles on the admissions process (which will be linked down below), and having been through it myself (and helped several people go through it as well) and having gotten into a few fantastic universities (Cornell, Vanderbilt, Emory, Georgia Institute of Technology, University of GA), I would love to help some of the rising seniors along this process.
I would say that I probably have more of an insight for the admissions and the financial aid process now that I’ve been through all of it, and would be happy to answer any questions you guys may have and perhaps come up with part 4 of AP Lyfe’s College Bound series.
So today and tomorrow, I will be “hosting” a Q&A of sorts here while working on a few mastersheets for different AP classes. :) You can go ahead and submit questions here. about anything college application related, whether it be app writing, interviewing, sending test scores, making a final decision, etc.
edX, a website with free online courses, just came out with more AP Prep courses. These could be of great use to all you guys who are feeling unsure or unprepared about classes you’re taking or that you’re studying for right now. Plus, edX has a bunch of other classes with interesting topics that you can take online - for free.
I hope these courses will be beneficial to you guys!