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AP Club hosts “cram night” sessions

ALEYNA CAMACHO

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RHS’ AP club will offer cram sessions for students taking AP exams today and tomorrow after school from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. According to AP club vice-president Lauren Scacco, the sessions aims to assist students in studying effectively.

“I know that a lot of people took an AP class in the fall and they want to take the AP test right now,” Scacco said. “It’s been a long gap between those two.”

The cram sessions will have several resources available to the students, including study packets and teacher assistance.

“You should expect…solid, devoted time to help you study with help from teachers,” Scacco said. “AP club made a breakdown of a lot of the AP tests.”

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