AP Computer Science Tutoring

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About AP Computer Science

AP Computer Science courses go beyond mere college credits; they form a fundamental basis for anyone serious about a computer science career. Achieving a high score in these AP exams holds great significance for many higher education institutions and can open doors to further academic pursuits or a fulfilling tech career.

AP Computer Science A

AP Computer Science A is more than just theory; it’s about practical application and real-world problem-solving. The course not only equips students with the technical know-how but also cultivates critical thinking and logical reasoning skills. These soft skills are invaluable in both academic pursuits and professional settings, enhancing students’ adaptability and versatility in the evolving landscape of technology. With a curriculum that is both challenging and engaging, this course is a comprehensive introduction to computer science, setting the stage for more specialized courses and even potential careers in tech.

AP Computer Science Principles

In contrast, AP Computer Science Principles takes a broader view. It explores various aspects, including computational thinking, data analysis, and the societal impact of computing. With a language-neutral structure, students engage with fundamental computer science principles without being tied to a specific programming language. The course delves into topics like internet functionality, data security, and the ethical and global dimensions of computing.

Both courses offer distinct yet complementary perspectives, equipping students for various roles in the computer science field. Whether your goal is software development or a deeper understanding of computing’s broader implications, these AP courses lay the foundation for excellence.


In 2020, Computer Science A and Principles had pass rates of 70.4% and 71.6%. However, scoring a coveted 5 is a challenge, with only 25.6% in Computer Science A and 10.9% in Principles succeeding.

Don’t let the complexity of AP Computer Science A and Principles deter you. With expert guidance, you can overcome them. Whether you’re mastering Java or core computing concepts, our specialized courses, developed with Coding Club, extend beyond mere passing. They pave the way for excellence, opening doors to further studies and rewarding tech careers.

Acquire the essential skills to excel in the AP Computer Science A exam or construct an impressive portfolio for the AP Computer Science Principles exam.

What you will learn


Student FAQs About AP Computer Science A

AP Computer Science A primarily uses Java for instruction and examination.

The course revolves around object-oriented programming, loops, conditional statements, arrays, and specific data structures like ArrayLists.

While a solid grasp of Algebra is helpful, advanced mathematical skills are not obligatory.

The AP Computer Science A exam evaluates coding skills through both multiple-choice questions and free-response segments.

The curriculum emphasizes practical coding experience but also incorporates theoretical concepts.

Student FAQs About AP Computer Science Principles

AP Computer Science Principles doesn’t give preference to any specific language; it centers around principles applicable across languages.

The course explores topics such as internet protocols, data formats, algorithmic design, conceptual abstraction, and the societal implications of computing.

No, the course is designed as an introductory level, so previous coding knowledge is not required.

The exam includes multiple-choice questions and necessitates the completion of a performance task or portfolio.

The course aims to strike a balance between conceptual understanding and practical applications, nurturing both computational thinking and real-world competencies.

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