Advanced Placement (AP) Exams

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Why Choose Jamboree for AP Test Prep?

Unmatched Scores on the AP

Mentoring and Coaching by the best and most experienced faculty

Personalized attention through Unlimited Doubt Clearing Sessions

AP Prep Products

Pick the Prep Option that works for YOU


Regular Classes

  • 60 hours of live training on concepts and questions
  • Access to online portal (recorded sessions)
  • 6 full-length practice tests
  • FRQ marking scheme practice
  • Small batch sizes of up to 6 students

Private Classes

  • 60 hours of 1-1 live training on concepts and questions
  • 6 full-length practice tests
  • Customized guidance as per student needs
  • Access to online portal (recorded sessions)

Crash Course

  • 30 hours of live training on concepts and questions
  • 6 previous years papers access for practice
  • Scheduled doubt clearing sessions

Jamboree’s Training is Designed to Help you Improve in 3 Key Areas

Make your application stronger<br>

Make your application stronger

Save time and tuition costs<br>

Save time and tuition costs

Earn course credits while still at school<br>

Earn course credits while still at school

Recognised by 700 universities worldwide<br>

Recognised by 700 universities worldwide

At Jamboree, we strongly recommend students to take AP exams if they can. A score of 4 or 5 on an AP suggests a strong academic inclination and makes a good impression on the admissions committee

Subjects we offer

> Calculus AB
> Calculus BC
> Physics 1: Algebra-based
> Physics 2: Algebra-based
> Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism
> Physics C: Mechanics
> Macroeconomics
> Microeconomics
> Biology and Chemistry

All About AP

College Board's Advanced Placement Program, commonly known as AP exam, is a great way to prove your academic proficiency. These exams are conducted in May-June at select schools across the country. AP exams check your knowledge and skills in subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Calculus, Computer Science, Art History, Economics, World History, Literature, etc. In India, 23 AP exams are offered. According to College Board, the average student takes 3 AP exams in high school and secondary school. If your school does not offer APs, you have the option to take them at a different school. Each school has its own registration and payment instructions, exams offered and fees. Generally, AP exams are paper and pencil-based tests administered at physical test centers, but now you can also take APs at your home on the computer.

In India, a lot of students score less in internal exams than they do in their board exams. Even Class 11 grades are generally lower than Class 10 or 12th grades. If you think you need to polish your academic profile in order to boost your admission chances, APs can be of great help. Not just that, AP exams help you earn college credits while you're still in high school or secondary school. This goes a long way in reducing your coursework load leaving you with enough time to pursue internships, join clubs and explore your interests. Also, some students take more APs to reduce tuition costs and save up to almost a semester's worth of fees.

Why you should take AP exams?


It depends on you. Some students start as early as Class 8 and take theory-based subjects like Macroeconomics and Microeconomics. Most students though enroll in AP classes from Class 9 onwards.
Your choice of course and college can help you decide which APs are good for you. For example, if you want to pursue Mechanical Engineering, taking Physics Mechanics and Calculus makes sense. You would also want to check with your target college and confirm their AP Credit Recognition policy. 
Your AP score stays valid till you join college.
AP exams are recognized by more than 700 universities in US, Canada and Europe. However, you will still need to check with your target university about their AP credit recognition policy before you decide to take AP classes.
You would need to have your passport or Aadhar card to take the APs.
AP exam scores are released worldwide in July. You can view and directly send your score report to your target universities from your College Board SAT account.
Each authorized school has separate exam fees. It usually costs around INR 17,000 per AP exam.

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