My full-year AP® Chemistry course has been audited and approved by the College Board and strictly adheres to the most recent College Board curriculum requirements. Authorized courses appear on the College Board AP® Course Ledger which is used by admissions officers from higher education institutions. Approved providers of AP® courses also receive a renewal letter each year authorizing them to affix the AP® designation on student transcripts.
Although my course prepares students to sit for the AP® Chemistry Exam, it is not just an exam prep course. It is the equivalent of a first-year college chemistry course in both its content and laboratory component, thus providing students a strong foundation to support future advanced course work in chemistry. According to the College Board, AP® Chemistry is critical in preparing students to be successful in 48 college majors and 84 careers.
I continuously update my course to be in sync with the ever-evolving AP® Chemistry curriculum so that students can efficiently learn what is needed to excel on the AP® Chemistry exam. I have written thousands of AP®-level questions that guide and assess student learning during the school year. At the end of the year, there is an intensive review period which includes past AP® practice exams that are only available to teachers of College Board approved AP® courses.
Each year, the College Board produces a score distribution report that shows how my AP® Chemistry students scored on the exam as compared to the global averages. For the past 16 years, my students have achieved significantly higher exam scores than the international average.