Academic Subject Tutoring
Students sometimes want an additional boost of confidence before a big test. Other times, ongoing support helps the student stay on track with a particular course throughout the school year. Either way, Summit can match you with a tutor who has expertise in the subject matter of your class. We can provide you with support in most subjects, including English, Math, Science, History, and several languages.
AP Subject Tutoring
AP courses have become standard for students seeking admission to highly competitive colleges. Summit tutors can provide you with guidance for many of these classes. Whether you want ongoing support through the school year, or the opportunity to review with an expert for the AP exam(s) in May, we can help. Summit tutors have helped students succeed with many of the AP tests, including AP Calculus exams, AP English, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, AP U.S. History, and more.
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As with all our programs, the focus of academic tutoring is on you. We’ll listen and work with you on content topic areas of concern, as well as on strategies for absorbing, organizing, and analyzing course content based on your approach to learning.
2020 AP Exam Schedule
(source: The College Board)
|Week 1||Morning Session: 8:00 am||Afternoon Session: 12:00 pm|
|May 4 – Monday||United States Government and Politics||Physics C: Mechanics
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism (2:00 pm)
|May 5 – Tuesday||Calculus AB
|German Language and Culture
|May 6 – Wednesday||English Literature and Composition||European History
Physics 2: Algebra-Based
|May 7 – Thursday||Chemistry
Spanish Literature and Culture
|Japanese Language and Culture
Physics 1: Algebra-Based
|May 8 – Friday||United States History||Computer Science A
|Week 2||Morning Session: 8:00 am||Afternoon Session: 12:00 pm|
|May 11 – Monday||Biology||Chinese Language and Culture
|May 12 – Tuesday||Seminar
Spanish Language and Culture
|May 13 – Wednesday||English Language and Composition||Microeconomics
|May 14 – Thursday||Comparative Government and Politics
World History: Modern
|Italian Language and Culture
|May 15 – Friday||Computer Science Principles
French Language and Culture