I regret not taking them as seriously as I should have. Being able to get college credits and avoid taking gen ed classes is extremely useful in college and allows you to avoid the bs and get ahead in your major.
holy shit calc ab was so hard. first mc was easy but from there on it sucked. calc mc sucked, and all the free responses sucked. i basically left two boxes blank and am not confident on like five others. all the practice tests we took from previous years were way easier than 2009s
yea dude i mean this years class was the easiest legit class ive ever been in, but last year my teacher was a total douchebag and it was impossible. now im studying for it and i have like 400 pages of notes. and thats just from last year. this test is fucked up
I wrote my french AP on monday. Longest fucking test. Worst part was when the proctor fucked my essay over. at 3:33 she announced that 10 minutes remained but then at 2:38 told us to stop writing. BAsically it meant that my essay was left unfinished with the topic question unanswered.
I called that shit about the last free response question! not that i had a fucking clue how to do it but it was taylor series. I think i got parts a, b, and c but i just left d blank. Even the chinese girl in my class didn't get it
My freshman year teacher was a dumb bitch, so much hw for no reason, we were 5 chapters behind going into tha next year. we spent a month on egypt an there wasn't a single question about it on our exam. But my sophmore year teacher was dope. He has us caught up and seriously saved that class for me. We did less than half tha amount of work from tha first year and i passed with flying colors. He could just explain shit like a god.
BTW, AP English today was a joke :] Score!