AP Physics, Bio Tutor Newton, MA

Taking AP Physics or Bio classes and exams are a signal to colleges and universities that you care enough about your education to select programs that challenge you. Livius Prep in Newton, MA, offers the support of AP tutors who can help you demonstrate your Science mastery to your target college.

AP Physics, Bio Tutor Newton, MA

Livius Prep was founded in 1984 and has helped thousands of students improve their AP scores. Our talented instructors are equipped to tutor students in all subjects and include Ph.D. and master’s degree recipients in fields such as engineering, physics, molecular biology, cultural and world history, and the English language.

When you choose Livius Prep, you can be confident you are investing in superior academic tutoring. Unlike other tutors and companies that merely offer online portals, we employ strategic methods for understanding and solving problems.

About AP Classes and Exams

The term AP, or Advanced Placement, refers to both classes and exams. They are designed to simulate more challenging, college-level work.

AP tests take place at the end of AP classes to assess how much you learned in the class and whether you deserve to earn college credit. Doing well on AP tests can enable you to finish college early or avoid taking introductory college classes in subjects with which you are already very familiar.

Studies show that students who do well on AP classes and their corresponding AP Exams are more likely to succeed in and finish college, so taking them can strengthen your overall college application and improve your chances of admission at competitive schools.

AP Exams are typically held once a year in May. Unlike the SAT and ACT, however, you have only one chance to do well, so proper scheduling and preparation are crucial. If you don’t think you have learned the material well enough in an AP class to pass the exam, consider AP tutoring from Livius Prep.

About AP Biology and Physics

Biology: AP Biology is an introductory college-level biology course. Students cultivate their understanding of biology through inquiry-based investigations as they explore evolution, cellular processes, energy and communication, genetics, information transfer, ecology, and interactions.

The AP Biology Exam is 3 hours long. A Multiple Choice section lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes and consists of 69 questions and a Free Response section lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes and consists of 8 questions. Students are allowed to us simple four-function calculators (with square root) throughout the exam.

Physics: The AP program offers four Physics courses and exams: AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2 (both algebra-based courses that do not require students to have taken calculus) and AP Physics C: Mechanics, and AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism (each equivalent to a semester-length calculus-based college course for majors in physical science or engineering).

The AP Physics 1 and Physics 2 Exams are 3 hours long and include 50 Multiple Choice questions and 4 (Physics 2) or 5 (Physics 1) Free Response questions. Each of the AP Physics C Exams lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes and includes 35 Multiple Choice questions and 3 Free Response questions.

A professional AP Physics or Bio tutor can help students master skills, confidence and strategies that will continue to reward them in school and beyond. Call Livius Prep in Newton, MA at 800-428-TEST (800-428-8378) to find out more about our current offers and pricing.