I have started a very interesting endeavor of self-studying for all of the AP exams that I have lined up for myself. I am not enrolled in a high school, since I graduated via GED about a month ago, and the nearest high school to me only offers AP literature.
So instead, as stated in the beginning, I'll be self-studying about four to five AP classes.
Which will be:
· Comp sci principles
· (possibly) Enviro
If anyone knows of any channels that has at least decent content of these subjects, that would be great. I am aware of the fact that some of these tests are notoriously hard to do self-studying (such as bio). But, I am hoping to save up for a laptop so I could actually get into a proper online course.
I've been using CrashCourse's AP course based series for my self-study in AP Psych. I feel like they break everything down into concise and content-filled videos. What I usually do is run the video and take notes on EVERYTHING. thecrashcourse.com/courses/
And while I do know that you're saving up, whenever you do get that laptop, I'd suggest edX's online courses. They're free - unless you want certificates from completed courses - and they give a lot of the textbook-based information that I think CrashCourse doesn't include. edx.org/
I hope this helps! It definitely makes it easier since you already have a GED, as you'll have more time to dedicate to self-studying. Remember to stay persistent, don't overwork yourself, and trust yourself as well. I wish you good luck!
This is actually great to know, I'll be sure to look into crash course later. Thank you!
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