Three years ago we ventured into taking our AP Maths courses online. It was a big leap for us in a change in how we run our courses. Our AP Maths Centres have been running successfully for years, and then we made them “blended learning” (meaning in-person teaching, with the online course available) and our students found the online content incredibly helpful.
But it was when someone took the leap of faith with us and signed up for our online course that the true test of AP Maths online happened. We have had a highly enjoyable journey with our first only student, who we have never actually met! For three years this student would learn in their own time, at their own pace to reach the term-goals set by our course. They would complete our online-tests to track how they were progressing over the 3 years. Together, we successfully enrolled them in the IEB AP Maths certificate exams in Grade 12 at their school and they sat the examination all alone as the only student at that school.
We are proud to say that not only did they pass AP Maths but with an amazing score of 73% (the average for all AP Maths students is around 63%).
Can you study AP Maths even if your school doesn’t offer it? Darn right you can! Nothing should hold any learner back from excelling all because they cannot attend a school which does not offer advanced subjects. If you are interested you can sign up for one of our Online AP Maths courses here.
Online learning manager at Advantagelearn.com. I help manage our systems to provide the best online learning experience for our Students. Besides that I am a passionate Mathematician and enjoy solving students questions on our site.
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