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Why TYCHR?

We’re the best in the business and here’s why

Why TYCHR?

We’re the best in the business and here’s why

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Our teaching is our speciality

Get to know our T.E.S.T methodology!

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

The student attends lessons by professional AP tutors in small batches of 5 students or fewer. They also get access to exhaustive, high-quality study material on almost every topic.

EXPLANATORY VIDEOS

Once the student is comfortable with the fundamental concepts, they begin to watch more explanatory videos to supplement their knowledge.

STRENGTHENING CONCEPTS

The student then begins practicing with modular assignments to reinforce their skills. One-to-one mentoring sessions help iron out any misconceptions. Tychr also holds brainstorming sessions with faculty and students from different countries to help students plan their study timeline.

TIME BOUND TEST SERIES

Finally, the student moves on to solving AP question papers in exam-style conditions. They receive checked answer sheets and a comprehensive answer key to each. Tychr also provides performance analysis with real-time rankings for students around the world.

AP subjects we tutor in

We’ve got you covered from the start till the end

Online AP Subject tuition is a flexible and cost-effective way for high school students to prepare for college-level courses and exams. With personalized 1-on-1 tutoring and free online courses, students can earn college credit and save on tuition costs. AP subjects/ courses are recognized by most US colleges and universities for credit, and students who perform well in these courses and on corresponding exams can stand out on their college applications. Passing AP exams can also help students graduate sooner and qualify for college-specific merit aid

AP Art Design

AP Art History

AP Music Theory

AP English Language & Composition

AP English Literature & Composition

AP Comparative Government Politics

AP European History

AP Macroeconomics

AP Comparative Government Politics

AP European History

AP Macroeconomics

AP World History - Modern

AP World History - Modern

AP Physics 1 - Algebra-Based

AP Physics 2 - Algebra-Based

AP Physics C - Electricity & Magnetism

AP Physics 1 - Algebra-Based

AP Physics 2 - Algebra-Based

AP Physics C - Electricity & Magnetism

AP Calculus AB

AP Computer Science Principles

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It's 2023!

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The AP exams will be happening in May (May 1-5 and May 8-12). These dates have been provided by the AP College Board:

Week 1

Morning (8 AM)

Afternoon (12 PM)

May 1, 2023

United States Government and Politics

Chemistry

Spanish Literature and Culture

May 2, 2023

Chinese Language and Culture

Psychology

May 3, 2023

English Literature and Composition

Comparative Government and Politics

Computer Science A

May 4, 2023

Human Geography

Macroeconomics

Seminar

Statistics

May 5, 2023

European History

United States History

Art History

Microeconomics

Art and Design – The digital portfolios have to be submitted by 8 PM ET

Week 1

Morning (8 AM)

Afternoon (12 PM)

Afternoon (2 PM)

May 8, 2023

Calculus AB

Calculus BC

Computer Science Principles

Italian Language and Culture

 

May 9, 2023

English Literature and Composition

Japanese Literature and Culture

Physics C: Mechanics

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

May 10, 2023

Spanish Literature and Culture

Biology

 

May 11, 2023

French Literature and Culture

World History: Modern

Physics 1: Algebra-Based

 

May 12, 2023

French Literature and Culture

Music Theory

Latin

Physics 1: Algebra-Based

 

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Why online tuition for AP?

Online tuitions aren’t just an alternative to normal tuitions—in many ways, they are superior to face-to-face classes. Here are some reasons why you should consider online AP Subject tuitions for your child:

Personalization

online tuitions allows for small groups, which means that your child will get the personal attention that they need to succeed in the AP.

No commute

why should you waste time driving your child through traffic to get to classes on time? Both you and your child have busy lives—with online tuitions, it takes seconds to log-in to AP classes from the comfort of your home.

Learn from the best

with face-to-face AP classes, you need to find a tutor geographically close to you. There is no such limitation for online tuitions—your tutor could be on the other side of the world! This means that you get to choose from many more tutors and organizations. You can compare and choose the best, and switch easily if you need to. Especially if you are in an area where there are few in-person tuitions options for the AP, this means that you now get to pick from the best of the best.

Always available

a lot of things can derail face-to-face AP classes: bad weather, problems commuting, a pandemic… Online tuitions, however, are much more reliable.

Flexibility

online tuitions for AP classes offers much greater flexibility with when you have your classes. Most tutors are happy to schedule classes at a time that best works for your child, and can also be available on short-notice if required.

Learn about the AP

The College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) program gives students the opportunity to take college-level courses while still in high-school. The program began in 1956 to help students better prepare for college. Today, about 2.8 million high-school students take AP courses every year.

Students can take AP courses in a range of subjects. Each course is roughly at the level of an introductory college course, and many U.S. colleges offer course credit for them, which means that students with sufficiently high AP scores do not need to repeat those classes in college. AP courses can also help with admissions, help students develop college skills, and allow them to try out different fields before settling on a specialization.

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FAQs – Advanced Placement (AP) Tuition Classes

Students who want to challenge themselves by taking more advanced, rigorous classes should consider taking AP courses.

Students taking an AP test get a score from 1 to 5, with 5 being the highest. While a score of 3 is required to pass, many colleges require higher scores in order to get course credit. The average score for AP tests in 2019 was 2.9.

This varies from course to course, but most tests have some combination of multiple choice and free response questions.

Yes. Many schools outside the US offer AP classes as well. If your school does not, you can also arrange to self-study and take the test at a nearby school or testing center. In fact, some international universities accept AP scores as well.

The most popular AP tests are English Language and Composition, U.S. History, English Literature and Composition, Calculus AB, and U.S. Government and Politics. Each of these tests are taken by more than 200,000 candidates every year.

Most students usually select from the AP courses their school offers. However, it is possible to study on your own for a test, without taking the class in school.

The AP does not replace the SAT or ACT—you still need to take one of those to apply to most colleges.

The AP is generally a supplement, not a replacement, to high school classes. You still need to take foundational high school classes to be prepared for the AP.

Alternatives to the AP include IB courses, high school honors classes, and dual-enrollment college classes. All of these will allow you to take rigorous courses while in high school.

Yes. Colleges want to see that you have challenged yourself by taking rigorous coursework in high school. AP courses, or one of the aforementioned alternatives, are a great way to showcase this.

This depends on the college you will be attending. The College Board has a website where you can check your college’s policy.