Do COVID-19 Changes Mean International Students Will Take AP Exams in the Middle of the Night?
I am a high school junior living in Korea, and I just saw the new AP schedule that went out. Based on that listing, I have multiple tests at 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. in early May. We are scheduled to be back in school by then (no longer online school, but going to the actual school building), which means I will have to take an AP test at 3 a.m. on a school night, then go to school, then another AP test at 1 a.m., then go to school in the morning and so on. I will have six AP tests all done this way. This makes no sense -- is there a way to appeal any of this, or study strategies you can suggest? I lived in the US for six years and then moved to Korea, and I am just trying to get back to the US for college, and this will not help.
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