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AP Testing 2018

Nathan Elsensohn, News Editor

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AP testing for the 2017-2018 school year is beginning shortly. AP testing is the final test over what you have learned in your AP class. This test is what determines whether or not you will receive college credit for your hard work.

AP students work very hard all year to prepare for these tests–ours upon hours of homework, tests, and lectures all in preparation for their futures.

There will be a total of 45 testing sessions and will take place over the dates May 7th- May 18th. Some students will test at 8:00 A.M and some will test at 12:00 P.M on every school day between those dates.

Lafayette has a very large selection of AP classes, ranging from Calculus to Music Theory. Each year students are able to take new AP classes making for a great pre-college experience.

 

                                                        8:00 A.M                                                                        12:00 P.M

May, 7th Chemistry, Spanish Literature and Culture Psychology
May, 8th Spanish Language and Culture Art History, Physics 1: Algebra-Based
May, 9th English Literature and Composition Japanese Language and Culture and Psychics 2: Algebra-Based
May, 10th United States Government and Politics Chinese Language and Culture Environmental Sciences
May, 11th United States History

German Language and Culture

Computer Science Principles
May, 14th Biology

Music Theory

Physics C: Mechanics

Physics C: Electricty and Magnetism at 2:00pm

May, 15th Calculus AB

Calculus BC

French Language and Culture

Computer Science A

May, 16th English Language and Composition Macroeconomics

Italian Language and Culture

May, 17th World History

Comparative Government and Politics

Statistics
May, 18th Human Geography

Microeconomics

European History

Latin

About the Writer
Nathan Elsensohn, News Editor
Nathan Elsensohn is a freshman at Lafayette High School. He was born in Louisiana and moved to Lexington after Hurricane Katrina. Nathan currently enjoys reading, meeting up with friends, and cooking. When he graduates college he aspires to be working in the news media. He is in the pre-engineering program at Lafayette and is acquiring...
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