I am going to post a daily blog for my students as we prep for the AP Exam. I thought some of you might be interested in following. It will be very specific to my classroom and the materials that I have. But if you're new to the course it might give you a window into one teacher's test-prep ebb and flow.
I'm a little hesitant to share this, because this blog will continue some of my most honest test tips to my students. I've already had to admit once that I was lazy and taught them to say something that might end up costing them rubric points. But recently my friend John Stevens (@Jstevens009) reminded me that all teachers feel like they're still figuring things out. So I suppose that admitting my failings is a fine thing to make public.
You can find the blog at: mrmathman.com/testprep
A note about my materials. I give my students a booklet with old AP FRQ's and MC. The FRQ's have the year on the problems, but to make life easier I labeled the problems. 1997 is test A, then test B for 1998 and so on. If you have any questions, feel free to drop me a line: firstname.lastname@example.org.