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Advanced Placement – AP Courses

AP/IB Courses! Our secret ingredient for one of our most successful program is the Instructor. Our instructors, Daniel Lee, have thorough knowledge of course curriculums in numerous top high schools that include Diamond Bar, Troy, Sunny Hills, Valencia, Walnut High schools. We promise to stay ahead of the school curriculum and to finish the entire AP/IB curriculum by March so that all our students will be well prepared for AP, IB and SAT II Exams. Our enormous test banks, accurate test predictions and our concise methods of teaching have attracted top students who cannot afford to waste their times with other less experienced tutors.

We GUARANTEE to make time for you before any major tests. If you have unsolved problems or concepts you don’t understand the night before a big test, simply call us ASAP and travel to one of our satellite locations to get your questions answered. Our students improve the most because we are always available for their needs.

AP Human Geography – Mr. Jerry Knox, Senior Walnut High School Instructor

AP US & AP European History – Mike Hughes & Almer Davis

AP Computer Science – Mr. Alan Rubink

AP English & Literature – Dr. Richard Lillie & Almer Davis

AP Statistics – Mr. Alan Rubink

AP Government & Econ – Mike Hughes

 

Our AP Syllabus

AP Physics Time Line

Covering 27 major chapters (in 16 weeks)

  1. All Newtonian Mechanics
  2. Fluid Mechanics + Actual AP Exam free response
  3. Temp. & Heat + Troy sample test
  4. Thermodynamics + old AP exams test banks
  5. Electrostatics + old AP free response questions
  6. Circuits & capacitors + old AP free response questions
  7. Wave + Troy sample test
  8. Sound waves + actual AP exam
  9. Light waves + old AP free response questions
  10. Optics (mirrors and Lenses)
  11. Atomic Physics + actual AP exam
  • Start on 2001 to 2008 AP Free response
  • AP Multiple choice exams
  • Review major chapters
  • 100 equations you need for AP Physics

AP Chemistry Time Line

Covering approx. 18 major chapters

The following outline for an AP Chemistry course is intended to be a guide to the level and breadth of treatment expected rather than to be a syllabus. The percentage after each major topic indicates the approx. proportion of multiple-choice questions on the exam that pertain to the topic.

I. Structure of Matter (20%)

II. States of Matter (20%)

III. Reactions (35-40%)

IV. Descriptive Chemistry (10-15%)

V. Laboratory (5-10%)

  • Start on 2001 to 2008 AP Free response
  • AP Multiple choice exams
  • Review major chapters
  • We will guess upcoming AP exam questions
  • 100 Concepts and Equations you need for AP Chemistry

AP Biology Time Line

Covering approx. 50 major chapters + 12 AP Labs

The following outline for an AP Biology course is intended to be a guide to the level and breadth of treatment expected rather than to be a syllabus. The percentage after each major topic indicates the approx. proportion of multiple-choice questions on the exam that pertain to the topic.

I. Molecules and Cells (25%)

A. Chemistry of Life (7%)

B. Cells (10%)

C. Cellular Energitics (8%)

II. Heredity and Evolution (25%)

A. Heredity (8%)

B. Molecular Genetics (9%)

C. Evolutionary Biology (8%)

III. Organisms and Populations (50%)

A. Diversity of Organisms (8%)

B. Structure and Function of Plants and Animals (32%)

C. Ecology (10%)

  • Start on 2001 to 2008 AP Free response
  • AP Multiple choice exams
  • Review major chapters
  • We will guess upcoming AP exam questions
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