What are SAT Subject Tests? Are they necessary? How do you prepare for them? Last week, I took my first two (and only two) SAT Subject tests: US History and Math II. So here are a few tips on how to prepare for the tests and how to decide whether or not you should take them.
This year, I took the AP exams for Physics 1, US History, Calculus AB, English Language and Composition (English for juniors), and Statistics. Here are a few tips on how to succeed in taking those exams as well as other exams I've taken in the past.
I'm not the type of person to constantly criticize myself or look down upon myself but I also realize the need to constantly grow and make myself better so that I don't go down the route of complacency that I do so often. It is hard to keep a balance between wanting to better myself and thinking that I'm just not good enough.
Recently, I had the opportunity to make a telegraph for my APUSH (AP US History for those not familiar) class and it was hard to find good tutorials online that were aesthetically pleasing and simple to make. Many tutorials didn't have simple and clear instructions or even instructions at all so I hope this tutorial is helpful! (If you have questions, leave comments below)
To start off, this was a long way coming. Three years of boiling bitterness beneath the surface. You and I both know our deep dislike for each other and how it won't be settled. I so dearly wish I'd be able to confront you directly, but we both know it will never happen. From the freshman tennis team to now, get over yourself.
It's been two weeks since summer break has ended and I have to say I've been pleasantly surprised by my year so far. Almost all of my teachers seem nice and friendly as well as knowledgeable about the subject they're teaching and aren't overly strict. I've made new friends already and am not alone in any of my classes. All the seniors predicted this year would be hell, but so far it's pretty normal. I know that we haven't really started all the projects and tests yet, but I cant help but feel that they were being a bit melodramatic going into their last year of high school.