How can AP Comparative Government and Politics tutoring help you?
AP Comparative Government and Politics challenges students to not only master complex sociopolitical concepts in isolation, but also to study how these same concepts apply to governments in six selected countries, including China, Great Britain, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, and Russia. Due to the complexity of each nation's individual situation, comparisons are not likely to be clear-cut and obvious. Instead, they frequently require students to apply sophisticated critical-thinking skills in order to analyze the various causes and effects of both historic and current policy decisions in each country. Students are asked to derive meaning in a broad, international context, and simple memorization of facts and events is rarely sufficient. Even top students may struggle to accomplish this level of in-depth comprehension and analysis.
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Private tutoring is set apart by the level to which tutors custom-tailor each students tutoring experience. Varsity Tutors' educational directors begin this process when you first contact them by discussing your specific concerns, strengths, and weaknesses in your specific AP Comparative Government and Politics class and go over the tutoring options in your area. Whether your AP exam is quickly approaching or you have barely started your class' first unit, your tutoring can be designed around your particular course experience.
After our directors help you select the tutor best suited for assisting you, your tutor can design a lesson plan that addresses the topics it would most benefit you to review. Do you need to focus on memorizing key events in recent Chinese history? Or does your difficulty lie in articulating the effects of a particular Nigerian social policy and how it compares to the effects of a similar policy in Great Britain? AP Comparative Government and Politics tutoring is designed to address your particular concerns in order to help you feel prepared and confident in class, as well as when sitting for your AP exam.
In addition to helping you master the material in your class, your highly skilled and experienced tutor can also help you prepare for your exam. The exam takes approximately two and a half hours and consists of a multiple choice section and a free response section. The multiple choice section is designed to test your conceptual understanding of the six core countries and examine whether you are able to apply the material in the form of interpretation and comparison. The free response section consists of a country context category, a conceptual analysis category, and a short-answer concept category.
Your private tutor can help you prepare for this exam by providing you with both study tips and test-taking tips. They can teach you which study method will be most effective for you personally and teach you skills such as time management to ensure that you have the opportunity to answer all of the available questions.
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