One-On-One AP Language Tutors
Our experience has shown us that students do better when their AP language tutoring services are individualized according to their needs, base knowledge levels, strengths and learning styles.
A good way to help your college applications stand out is to take AP foreign language classes and excel in them in high school. AP language courses are rigorous, and highly selective colleges want to see that you have excelled in the hardest classes that your high school offers. If you want to go to a state school, you may receive college credit and skip past introductory foreign language courses in college if you pass the AP exams. Because these classes are similar to the classes that you will take in college, they will challenge you. Getting help from an foreign language tutor with AP expertise from Going Ivy can help you to master your class material, get top grades and obtain the highest AP exam score possible.
AP Language Tutors with the Going Ivy Difference
Going Ivy is a leading academic tutoring and college admissions company that is made up of professionals and world-class tutors who have attended the most elite colleges in the U.S., including the Ivy League schools. Our foreign language tutors are fluent and have excellent communication skills. They know how to convey information in an easily understandable and memorable way. They have great track records with helping our students to excel in their classes and achieve fives on their AP exams in any foreign language. Our tutors can help you with any of the following classes:
- AP French language and culture
- AP Chinese language and culture
- AP Japanese language and culture
- AP Spanish language and culture
- AP Latin
- AP Spanish literature and culture
- AP German language and culture
Why Take AP Classes for Foreign Language in High School?
The Advanced Placement program was started in the 1950s as a way for bright high school students to take college-level courses while they are still in high school. AP foreign language classes are designed by the College Board and include the same kind of information that you will take in college. An increasing number of colleges prefer that students take the AP option for foreign language. According to the College Board, most colleges want applicants to complete at least two years in a foreign language, with highly selective schools wanting more. Exclusive schools also want students to take AP, or the most rigorous option, foreign language classes if they are offered by their high schools instead of regular language courses.
In order to stand out to admissions officers, you’ll need to earn excellent grades in your AP Spanish, Latin or whatever other language classes. It is likewise important to earn a score of five on your AP test. Taking AP foreign language courses can also benefit you in other ways. If you want to go to a less-selective college, you may be granted college credit if you pass your AP exam. The school may also allow you to skip over the introductory language courses when you attend college. Taking an AP foreign language class can provide you with the ability to build the type of skills that you will need when you attend college.
Exclusive schools like to see AP foreign language courses on applicants’ transcripts because doing well in them indicates that you are likely to do well in college. These courses are harder than regular classes. Because of the additional demands of these classes, you might benefit from getting AP language tutoring help from one of our expert tutors.
AP Foreign Language Tutoring with the Going Ivy Difference
Going Ivy is the best AP foreign language tutoring firm because of the holistic, results-driven approach that we use with our students. We have world-class foreign language tutors who are subject-matter experts in the language and the AP test. They also understand the importance of tailored language instruction. Many of our competitors try to use the same approach to teaching every student. Our experience has shown us that students do better when their AP foreign language tutoring services are individualized according to their needs, base knowledge levels, strengths and learning styles. Our AP language tutors assess every student to identify his or her unique needs and goals. They then create tailored plans that are designed to accelerate your learning process.
Our AP foreign language tutors also understand the importance of helping our students with maintaining high motivational levels. AP foreign language courses place many demands on students beyond just memorization. Some of the students struggle to stay motivated in these classes because of the difficulty of the subject matter, and may be tempted to drop to the regular level classes. Our AP foreign language tutors work to help you build your confidence, be prepared for each new lesson, and stay motivated so that you will be likelier to succeed in your classes. They also are flexible and strive to make your tutoring sessions convenient. We have tutors who are on-the-ground and able to meet with you at your preferred location. We also have academic counseling and tutoring centers for students who prefer to come in for their AP language tutoring sessions. Finally, we have tutors who are embedded on the campuses of the nation’s leading colleges such as Yale and Princeton. By receiving your tutoring in your AP foreign language class from our embedded tutors, you will also gain a glimpse into life at an elite school. We know that questions come up in between scheduled tutoring sessions, and we are able to answer your questions 24 hours per day by text message, email or phone call.
Call Going Ivy Today
When you choose to receive tutoring from one of our AP foreign language tutors, you will be working with a person who is dedicated to your success. It is important that you choose the AP foreign language tutor who is the best for you. To facilitate your decision, Going Ivy offers you the ability to have a free, no-obligation consultation. You will be able to ask us whatever you need to know to decide whether or not we are the right choice for you. Contact us today to learn more about Going Ivy and how we can help you on your road through high school.
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