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Friday, July 25, 2014
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“And in the daylight we can hitchhike to MaineI hope that someday I’ll see without these framesAnd in the daylight I don’t pick up my phoneBecause in the daylight anywhere feels like home.”-Daylight by Matt & Kim
Friday, July 25, 2014
Friday, July 25, 2014
Anonymous asked:
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you are so kind thank you very much!!!! I hope you get to pet a puppy today.

Friday, July 25, 2014
bitched asked:
how did u get a 5 on ap world exam

Sorry for the late reply! (If it even is, I don’t know.) 

Anyways, how well you do on the exam really depends largely on your personal work ethic, and everybody learns and studies differently. 

In summary, so this post doesn’t go on for days, these are the things I did that I felt helped me significantly:

- Take notes as you read the textbook chapter. Anything that seemed it could even be slightly important was recorded, such as dates, or the names of people and events. This helps you to really process and understand what you’re reading.

- Organization. Keep your notes organized and don’t lose anything. You may think you can just throw out that worksheet or that one quiz you got a bad grade on, but I advise you to hold off on that until after the exam. The more material you have to look back on, the better. When you get closer to the exam and really get into studying hell, it will be a huge convenience to know exactly where everything is. Big time saver.

- Attend all of the extra help sessions with your teacher you possibly can. Now, when I took AP World in 10th grade, it was the only AP class I was taking. Depending on how many AP classes you’re taking, and on top of that, how many extra curricular activities you’re involved in, this may not work for you.

- Write, or at least outline, as many of the past essays as you can. The essays can make or break your exam. I know for my class, they were a godsend.

- Audio reviews were helpful when I couldn’t find the time to sit down with my books. I would download hour long reviews and lectures covering topics I had trouble with, and listened to them as I would run, walk home, or even falling asleep. (The last one was a superstition thing, they say you can remember stuff better if you listen to it as you’re falling asleep and then throughout the night. So I figured it wouldn’t hurt.)

- This is a bit ridiculous, but personally, I repeated important dates and terms out loud until my voice started going. I found it very helpful, but I don’t recommend this particular method of studying.

Okay! I hope you found that helpful. Please know I’m not at all a professional at this, and it’s also been well over a year since I’ve taken the course. On that note, try not to stress out too much! (Not that you’re stressing anymore, since, well, summer.)

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