As AP testing approaches, preparation becomes a high priority

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As AP testing approaches, preparation becomes a high priority

Coppell High School sophomore Lauren Cottrill puts a piece of paper with her favorite work of art into a jar for a future activity in Michelle Hauske’s seventh period class on Wednesday.With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

Coppell High School sophomore Lauren Cottrill puts a piece of paper with her favorite work of art into a jar for a future activity in Michelle Hauske’s seventh period class on Wednesday.With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

Lilly Gorman

Coppell High School sophomore Lauren Cottrill puts a piece of paper with her favorite work of art into a jar for a future activity in Michelle Hauske’s seventh period class on Wednesday.With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

Lilly Gorman

Lilly Gorman

Coppell High School sophomore Lauren Cottrill puts a piece of paper with her favorite work of art into a jar for a future activity in Michelle Hauske’s seventh period class on Wednesday.With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

Lilly Gorman

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  • Coppell High School junior Akshay Anadanan prepares for the AP Human Geography exam with his interactive test preparation book in CHS history teacher Diane de Wall’s seventh period class on Thursday. With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare student.

  • Coppell High School junior Mitchel Milliren prepares for the AP Computer Science Principles exam by coding in Michael McCabe’s seventh period class on Thursday. With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

  • Coppell High School AP Psychology students create a thinking map about psychology philosophers in Eric Walker's classes. With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

  • Coppell High School sophomore Jordyn Morris grades previous AP students’ essay questions in Shawn Hudson’s AP World History class on Thursday. With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

  • Coppell High School junior Alisha Javaid prepares for the Spanish IV AP exam by looking cultural comparison questions in CHS Spanish teacher Eligio Mares’s seventh period class on Thursday. With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

  • Coppell High School seniors Isha Thakkar and Dhivya Bala prepare for the AP English IV exam by reviewing their multiple choice questions in Alex Holmes’s seventh period class on Thursday. With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

  • Coppell High School sophomore Lauren Cottrill puts a piece of paper with her favorite work of art into a jar for a future activity in Michelle Hauske’s seventh period class on Wednesday.With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

  • Coppell High School AP statistics students go over their free response questions in Michelle Zugaro’s seventh period class on Thursday. With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

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