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Our class schedule covers about a month’s worth of class content per lesson. Missed the first session? Not a problem. All class recordings and summary notes are available after each session, so even if you miss a class you'll have everything you need for exam day.  

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Success on the AP exams can save you thousands on your college tuition. Our course covers a month’s worth of review per lesson. This way, you’ll lock down college savings and stay on top of the toughest biology topics including metabolism and genetics.

THE DYNAMIC PREP DUO

Our AP Biology course is created using Barron’s tried-and-true content. Between your live sessions, continue examining key content and quizzing yourself with the included Barron’s book.

  • 8, 2-hour sessions with an expert AP teacher
  • A Premium book from Barron's
  • Teacher-written summary notes for each class
  • Online access to the slide decks and questions from each lesson
  • Recordings of all class sessions

Frequently asked questions

  • What’s covered in each AP Biology Review Course session?

    Each class session focuses primarily on reviewing about a month’s equivalent of AP material. Throughout the class, you’ll also answer AP exam questions and learn test strategies. After each class, you’ll receive a page of summary notes reviewing the most commonly tested topics you went over that session.

    The topics covered in each session are:

    Session 1 - Biochemistry

    Session 2 - Cell Structure and Function

    Session 3 - Cellular Energetics

    Session 4 - Cell Communication and Cell Cycle

    Session 5 - Meiosis & Heredity

    Session 6 - Gene Expression and Regulation

    Session 7 - Natural Selection

    Session 8 - Ecology & General Review

  • What if I miss a session? 

    No problem! If you miss a class, you can watch a recording later - any time that works for you.

  • How long is the AP Biology exam?

    The AP Biology exam is 3 hours long and includes two sections:

    • Section I: 69 questions (63 multiple-choice and 6 grid-in), 1 hour and 30 minutes, 50% of total score
    • Section II: 8 free-response questions, 1 hour and 30 minutes, 50% of total score
  • Is AP Biology hard?

    The AP Biology exam is generally considered to be one of the harder AP exams offered because of the amount of material covered, so plenty of exam-like practice is highly recommended.

  • What is AP Biology?

    AP Biology includes four major topics:

    • Evolution and genetics
    • Energy, molecules, and cells
    • Organism regulations and processes
    • Ecology
  • How do I study for AP Biology?

    There’s a lot of material to review, so it’s essential to have a plan that optimally uses the study time you have available.

    If you have two months or more:

    • Take a practice test to determine which concepts you need to study
    • Review those concepts using the techniques you like best (flashcards, study guides, quizzes)
    • Take another practice test to check your progress, and then review the answers and explanations
    • Continue to study your greatest areas of opportunity
    • Take one final practice test before the exam

    If you have less than two months:

    • Take a practice test to determine which concepts you need to study
    • Review those concepts using the techniques you like best (flashcards, study guides, quizzes)
    • Take another practice test before the test to check your progress, taking time to review the answers and explanations

    If you have less than one month:

    • Use your performance on the tests you’ve taken throughout the year to determine which concepts you need to review
    • Study those concepts using the techniques you like best (flashcards, study guides, quizzes)
    • Take a practice test, taking time to review the answers and explanations
  • How do I succeed on AP Biology?

    Tips for multiple-choice questions:

    • There's no order of difficulty; that is, questions don't start out easy and gradually become tougher. So, you should answer the questions in the order that makes the most sense for you. 
    • Don't spend too much time on any one question. 
    • Don't leave any question blank; there is no wrong answer penalty. 
    • Eliminate incorrect answer choices; crossing out wrong answers increases your odds of answering the question correctly.

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