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If you are taking Advanced Placement (AP) US Government and Politics, having to learn the details of the United States government's many interrelated branches at the federal, state, and local levels can certainly seem intimidating. However, knowledge of governmental structure and policy can prepare you for more advanced courses in political science, history, or public policy, as well as for governmental careers. Such knowledge can also help you to understand the political happenings reported in the news. Furthermore, succeeding in an AP course and doing well on its corresponding exam can help you impress colleges with your transcript and even earn college credit while still in high school. If you're having trouble in your AP US Government class, Varsity Tutors can help you to connect with a one-on-one AP US Government and Politics tutor who can help you bring yourself up to speed in this complicated but important subject.
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