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AP Orientation. AP Geography Ms. Kovacs. Contacts. [email protected] 502-482-8251 3 rd period planning. What is the AP? What can I expect?. Questions to ask yourself. 1. Have I had an AP class before?. 1. Have I had an AP class before?. No, you haven’t

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Ap orientation

AP Orientation

AP Geography

Ms. Kovacs


Contacts

Contacts

  • [email protected]

  • 502-482-8251

  • 3rd period planning


What is the ap what can i expect

What is the AP?What can I expect?

Questions to ask yourself.


1 have i had an ap class before

1. Have I had an AP class before?


1 have i had an ap class before1

1. Have I had an AP class before?

  • No, you haven’t

    • AP classes are audited by the College Board

    • AP teachers are trained by the College Board

    • AP materials have to be approved by the college board

  • Students take a national test created by college professor to determine their credit

    • this is where the fee comes from

    • Elementary and middle school “AP” classes are not AP classes.

      College Board


2 what grade do i want in this class

2. What grade do I want in this class?


2 what grade do i want in this class1

2. What grade do I want in this class?

  • 4

  • The score on the AP test is the real goal

  • AP test scores range from 1-5

  • A grade of 3 or better is required to receive college credit (state regulated)


Exam score

Exam Score

This is the score students receive on the AP exam they will take on May 13, 2014.

This will be a 1, 2, 3, 4, or a 5

5 – extremely well qualified

4 – well qualified

3 – qualified

2 - possibly qualified

1 – no recommendation


3 what do i get out of this

3. What do I get out of this


3 what do i get out of this1

3. What do I get out of this

  • More Work

  • More Reward


4 what are the rewards

4. What are the rewards?


4 what are the rewards1

4. What are the rewards?

  • 10 point grading scale

  • Cheap College Credit

  • Preference from competitive universities


5 just how much work

5. Just how much work?


5 just how much work1

5. Just how much work?

  • More reading

    • if you aren’t prepare to read the whole book, you will not do well!

  • More quizzes

    • 1 map quiz a week

    • 1 vocabulary test a week

  • More tests

    • 18 test written and scored to the college level

  • More studying

    • Your homework will not be a worksheet

    • You will need to read and study nearly every night


Homework

HOMEWORK

Expect homework every week night and some on the weekends.

Homework consists of reading and taking notes from the textbook, watching supplemental video clips or online assignments and some writing.


Exam scores

Exam Scores

The multiple choice section is machine scored.

The essays are scored in early June by high school AP Human Geography teachers and college professors of Human Geography.

They assemble for approximately one week in Cincinnati, Ohio to read and score the FRQ's (Free Response Questions).

The final exam scores are posted online in early July.


If a score is lower than a 3

If a Score Is Lower Than a 3.....

While we try our best to assure that every student earns a 3 or higher, not every student does.

Remember that you have still gained some valuable skills and experience that will help you throughout high school.

Many students go on to take other AP courses, earn the weighted points and often go on to pass future exams.


6 how do i know if i am ready

6. How do I know if I am ready?


6 how do i know if i am ready1

6. How do I know if I am ready?

  • Work habits

    • have you ever had to study or has it just come easy

    • Will you read and study if there is no worksheet attached

    • Do I turn work in on time

  • Do I depend on extra credit

  • Absent?


Ap orientation

  • May 13, 2014

  • Second Session


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