Course Selection FAQ

Course Selection FAQ Can I take AP courses in 9th Grade? Certainly. There are AP courses that have zero or basic prerequisites. AP Human Geography challenges students in critical reading and writing, fostering skills in literature analysis, research, and communication.   Students who complete Conceptual Physics in middle school may consider taking AP Physics 1 in 9th grad...
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4 Stress-Reducing Ways to Improve Your GPA

Academic stress comes from three main sources: Restrictions, Course Difficulty, and Competition. Restrictions come from a lack of alternatives of teachers available for teaching a subject, available courses offered, and arbitrary rules which can restrict your progress throughout your education. Course difficulty is self-explanatory. Some subjects are just taught in a toug...
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Legend supports Academic Vitality

Taking enough AP level courses will enable you to become an AP Scholar. There are different levels of AP Scholar. Please refer to the website of College Board for details. Plan your course of study early to accommodate these college level courses. You may begin any time by studying those that do not require a prerequisite.  A good one to start with at 9th grade is AP Human Geog...
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Legend gives students TIME

Most students don't have enough time to complete all they want to achieve.  A different learning format at Legend will help you create time. You are not required to spend long hours in the classroom. You are able to finish your study and assignments with a combination of independent studies and classroom instructions. The extra time that you have created allows you to pursue a ...
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Revamp Your Course of Study

Students with above-average aspiration simply should not settle for average course of study It is always possible to customize your course of study at Legend. You may do one of the followings: 1. Take an entire career-driven course track, such as Technology, Medical, Business, Math, and many others. 2. Supplement your current 4-year course plan with courses that your sc...
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New Course

Join us this summer for a 5000 year-old global journey into the origins and evolution of humanity’s concept of number. The journey will start from paleolithic tally marks near the shores of a lake in Congo, to the quipus of the Incas, from clay tokens used by Neolithic farmers in Mesopotamia, to the occult religion of the Pythagoreans having numbers at its core. We will take a ...
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