AP World History can be a very overwhelming topic, if you don’t know the best approach to studying it and preparing for the AP exam. From personal experience, these are my suggestions to help you succeed in your AP class as well as on the exam. Stay ahead of the reading It can be very… Read More Your Guide to Success in AP World History
Once you hit junior year, the idea of college starts to become more real every day. Junior year is a great time to start preparing for college so that you are on schedule, and possibly ahead of the game. This post outlines some of the steps I took during junior year that can help everything… Read More Preparing for College: What You Should Be Doing During Junior Year
We all encounter the dreaded essays, projects, and test on non-fiction books during our school years. This summer I had to read How to Read Literature Like a Professor by Thomas Foster and then use five of the chapters in the book to analyze a piece of classic literature in an essay (I chose Pride… Read More How to Take Notes from Non-Fiction Books
If you are in your junior or senior year of high school, you definitely need to be thinking about the SAT. For me, I chose to take it first semester of my junior year, when it was still the old SAT which is on the 2400 scale, to get it out of the way. It’s… Read More How I prepared for the SAT
In my case, watching Gilmore Girls with my mom had me motivated to go to Harvard at age nine. Even as I got older, and realized that there was more than Harvard (and that they have a 5% acceptance rate), I was still focused on college. I began reading things online and finding information about… Read More Where Do I Start?