What happens in a Cram Session?

Updated 2 weeks ago by Mikki Bruno

🌢 I'm pretty sure this cram season will be the best we've ever seen.

We have more subjects, new ways to practice, and a poppin' community.

You're not alone in the final stretch, there are thousands of other students who are studying the same thing at the same time. The power is in numbers.

That's why cram sessions are live social learning experiences.

What actually happens during aΒ cram session?

  • πŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸ« AP teachers are live to discuss the key concepts of an entire unit
    • These are real and very experienced educators, some are AP readers
    • They'll flip through detailed slides (which you get to keep!)
    • And explain everything in an easy way to understand.
  • πŸ‘¨πŸ½β€πŸŽ“ Meanwhile, student TAs will be answering questions in the discussion threads
    • They scored 4s and 5s on the exam already and know what you need
    • You can ask questions before, during, or after a stream and get a detailed response
    • And after the stream, TAs host a voice chat in Discord to continue the discussion

Cram passesΒ include 10+ sessions like this, one for every unit.

And the very last stream in the series is the Cram finale. #5hourgang

  • 5-hours of live review on the day before your exam.
  • Similar to a cram session, only 5x longer
  • Includes one last run through of every single unit.

This year, we're adding one new option to the cram fam: Feedback passes!

AP readers in 5 subjects (Bio, Lang, Physics 1, World, & APUSH) will release a brand new FRQ each week. You'll have the week to write and submit a practice essay and they will grade it with feedback. There's ~10 prompts included and you can write as many as you want.

It's your cram adventure to choose.

  • I need alllllll the halp 😩 β€” Cram pass ($25 per subject)
  • I want to watch one live event πŸ˜… β€” Cram session ($5 per stream)
  • I just want the last minute review 😳 β€” Cram Finale ($5)
  • A little practice wouldn't hurt 😎 β€” Feedback Pass ($20 per subject)


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