Ismael experiments with hands-on learning in AP Biology.

In AP, just like in a college class, you learn by doing: You don’t just read a play, you write one. You don’t just study a solution, you make one. Ismael found that out firsthand in AP Biology: “We actually apply all the concepts we learned in the experiments. It’s not just flipping pages.” Ismael always wanted to know what was really going on in biology. Now he wants to know what’s going on in other AP courses.

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