West Virginia Students Prepare for AP Exam with Online Review

Posted: April 06, 2004
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - More than 600 West Virginia students enrolled in Advanced Placement courses participated in the online Advanced Placement Exam Review. The West Virginia Department of Educationís Virtual School provided free access to the exam review to students and teachers.  

The AP Exam Review is an online test-preparation program that prepares students for the AP Exam by diagnosing studentsí trouble spots and delivering personalized online study plans and review materials. While the review is online, students do not have to be enrolled in online AP courses to participate. All AP students were invited to participate in the exam review.  

The Review also provides real AP Exam questions to help students prepare, multimedia materials to help students learn, and expert AP teachers to answer studentsí questions. Subjects including AP Biology, AP Calculus AB, AP Chemistry, AP U.S. History, AP Physics, and others were covered in the Review.  

Visit http://virtualschool.k12.wv.us for more information. For more information about the West Virginia Virtual School, contact Donna Miller, Coordinator, at (304) 558-7880, or at djmiller@access.k12.wv.us.

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