Category: High School Study Tips

What Does AB and BC Stand For in AP Calculus?

What Does AB and BC Stand For in AP Calculus?

Are you trying to decide which AP Calculus course to take? We’re here to help. The College Board, the distributor of AP tests, splits calculus into three levels: A, B, and C. These levels roughly

What Does dx Mean in Calculus?

What Does dx Mean in Calculus?

Hey there! You’re probably seeking a little help with calculus. You learned plenty of new symbols and functions in trig and precalc, but what is this whole dy/dx deal? We’ll explain. Note that we aren’t

Rote Learning vs. Meaningful Learning

Rote Learning vs. Meaningful Learning

How you learn material can vary by subject and by purpose! In this article, we go over everything needed to understand rote learning vs. meaningful learning. There are many different approaches to learning, such as

Rote Learning vs. Conceptual Learning

Rote Learning vs. Conceptual Learning

There are many different ways to learn, but not all types of learning will benefit you in the long run. In this article, we go over everything needed to understand rote learning vs. conceptual learning.

The 139 Best Persuasive Speech Topics

The 139 Best Persuasive Speech Topics

Are you struggling to write your assignment for speech class? Writing good persuasive speech topics will be necessary for the argument of your assignment, but this is not an easy feat. This article is an

How to Choose IB Subjects?

How to Choose IB Subjects?

Are you planning to enroll in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma program? If you are in the process, then you are well aware that there are lots of courses to select from to complete IB

How to Make Reading a Habit

How to Make Reading a Habit

Are you looking for a productive way to pass the time? Maybe ‘read more’ always scores a place on your New Year’s resolutions, but developing a reading habit is still a struggle. You know reading

How to Study Effectively for Long Hours

How to Study Effectively for Long Hours

It’s useful to be able to study for long hours, especially in the dreaded cram sessions before exams, or when a vital test is coming up. But other than learning through experience, how does one

What is the Easiest Ivy League to Get In To?

What is the Easiest Ivy League to Get Into?

Hey there! It’s the middle of second semester of your junior year (or sophomore, if you’re really getting a jump on things), and you’re facing a long college search. Good on you! Getting started early