The AP CSP preparation course does not require a specific programming language, but rather encourages students to program in graphical languages (e.g. Scratch, MIT App Inventor, Snap, etc.). Compared to the original AP CSA, AP CSP emphasizes more on students' understanding and application of practical knowledge. By taking AP CSP, students will master the basic concepts and principles of computer science, while developing problem-solving skills and creative abilities. This course will provide students with the opportunity to open the door to computer science and equip them for a broader future in technology.
L5 Competitive Programming
1-on-1 or Group (2-4 students)
Become familiar with the core programming concepts of the programming language and train logical thinking skills to develop a programming mindset.
Master reading pseudocode and review course topics, train on exam exercises, and strengthen the basic programming skills needed for the exam. Instructors will work with you to address your weak points.
The AP CSP exam requires a program to be submitted in addition to taking the written exam. Our instructors will help you make your project that fits all the requirements.
Instructors will give you practice during class much like the questions and content from the official AP CSP exam. Master classwork and you can master the exam.
The AP CS P Exam is a comprehensive examination on all things in Computer Science. In these classes, you will learn the ins and outs of the Computer Science field so you can be more prepared for the questions that they will throw at you during the exam!
The purpose of this course is to help students develop the knowledge and programming skills needed to pass the AP CS P exam
Upon finishing the trial and assessment, classes will be scheduled based on the student’s availability. Please contact us for the Trial class.Try a Free Class
Our courses are designed to lead students to build their own startup projects.
Passion for code. Unmatched expertise. Personality that brings interaction and encouragement always.
Beyond learning programming, students are prepared to compete in science fairs, research, and entrepreneurship competitions.