AP Exam Review for Students

Live Session on April 17, 2021

This online course is designed to help students prepare for their AP exams. The AP exam review course is led by experienced AP teachers in a variety of subjects. High school students enrolled in AP courses are invited to join us. Due to the current pandemic, we have decided to change the format to a virtual classroom in 2021.

Subjects available (subject to change):

AP Biology
AP Calculus AB
AP Chemistry
AP English Language
AP English Literature
AP Environmental Science
AP Human Geography
AP Macroeconomics
AP Physics 1
AP Statistics
AP U.S. Government
AP U.S. History
AP World History
College Readiness

Format: Asynchronous modules that include a discussion forum


Note: Virtual classroom size is limited and space cannot be guaranteed in particular subjects. Entry into the live virtual classroom is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis on the day of the event. Most subject Q&A sessions will be offered twice to maximize availability.

This course is designed as a supplemental review for students preparing for their AP exams. It is not intended to be taken in lieu of an AP course.

Program Details

  • Anne Gill
  • Cedric French
  • Todd Abronowitz
  • Phyllis Wright
  • Matt Wells
  • Ulrich Kleinschmidt
  • James Rowland
  • Sonya Ramirez
  • Ken Keller
  • Kay Kubena
  • Allyson Pitcel
  • Charles Brownson
  • Eastman Landry
  • David Householder
Tuition & Registration

Registered participants will receive an email from the Center for College Readiness ( with information on accessing prerecorded presentations, handouts and links to live question and answer (Q&A) sessions taking place on April 17. The synchronous (live) Q&A sessions will take place between 9 a.m.-noon Central Time. We recommend students take time to look through the content before April 17. The schedule of the live Q&A sessions, along with the presentations and handouts will be emailed to registered students by April 12.

Group Registrations

Group registrations are available. Please follow the link below to access the instructions and form.



This course utilizes the Canvas platform and includes the use of high-quality videos and a synchronous session in Blackboard Collaborate. For maximum performance, we recommend these system requirements for the Canvas platform. Additionally, the synchronous sessions in Blackboard Collaborate require a headset with a microphone. If your operating system does not meet the system requirements set forth, we cannot guarantee a quality learning experience. Please verify that your computer meets the minimum requirements prior to registering for the course.


Please refer to our Frequently Ask Questions page for information regarding cancellations, changes, substitutions, wait lists, etc.

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