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How I Study: Crash Course

The Best Playlists I've Used for Studying: Other Educational Playlists - Ones I Haven't Used: Fun and Otherwise Useful Crash Course:

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Major Works Data Sheet – The Importance of Being Earnest

Title: The Importance of Being Earnest Author: Oscar Wilde Date of Publication: 1898, First Performed 1895 Genre: Satire, Comedy of Manners Biographical information about the author (for my knowledge only, but very helpful): Author, playwright and poet Oscar Wilde was a popular literary figure in late Victorian England, known for his brilliant wit, flamboyant style… Continue reading Major Works Data Sheet – The Importance of Being Earnest

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Study Guide: AP Chemistry

AP Chemistry is the hardest class I'm taking this year, by far. So, since I'm fighting to keep my grade up by the skin of my teeth (A the past two quarters - barely,  currently at a middle B but I'm working on that), I thought sharing the how of that might benefit some others.… Continue reading Study Guide: AP Chemistry

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Study Guide: AP Calculus AB

AP Calculus is a hard class, and it relies on a firm basis in, pretty much, all math prior to calculus if you want a chance in hell of passing. So, before even taking the class, check out some of this: Math Review: Arithmetic through Data Analysis Its a GRE Math guide, but its helpful,… Continue reading Study Guide: AP Calculus AB

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General Study Tips and Tools

Okay, studying is never fun, but you gotta do what you gotta do. Studying is particularly important for the AP test(s). I've gotten a 3 and two 5's on my past tests, and I'm taking 4 more the year; so I think my study methods can help others. I'm going to try and make specialized… Continue reading General Study Tips and Tools

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Taking AP Classes: Pros and Cons

AP - if you live somewhere that doesn't offer it - stands for Advanced Placement. Essentially, high schools across America (and some international schools/testing centers) offer "college level" courses in replacement of high school ones (of the same course, so AP World History vs Honors or regular World History). The course is taught according to… Continue reading Taking AP Classes: Pros and Cons

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AP Crunch Time And Study Guides

Me complaining/stressing/ignoring my blog in favor of - about school is nothing new on this blog, or pretty much any other blogger who still goes to school's blog. School is hard okay! Now, when you're taking 4 APs and are a very competitive, type A, "must get top grades" sort of person, its just a… Continue reading AP Crunch Time And Study Guides

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Guest Posts Wanted!

Okay, so here's the deal. In May (the first two weeks) I have 4 AP tests to take, 2 subject tests to take, and arguably an SAT to REtake. So, May may kill me. The entirety of April is AP CRUNCH TIME where I will be at school from 6:30 AM till 4:30 PM nearly… Continue reading Guest Posts Wanted!