AP Comparative Government & Politics Exam Prep
Our approach to test prep for the AP Comparative Government & Politics Exam relies on finding the perfect balance between reviewing content and honing test strategy. Many of the test-taking techniques that our tutors have mastered are extremely effective on these tests, but content necessarily makes up a more significant part of preparation than it does for many other assessments. Given that, our tutors only qualify to work on these tests if they have extensive knowledge of the specific exam and its content; many even own graduate degrees in the relevant subject area.
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After nearly two decades with Inspirica, Alex serves full-time as the company's Head of Learning and Innovation. He takes new students on a very limited basis for the LSAT and the AP Exams on which his PhD in Political Science can be put to good use. More...
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