FAQs

What is GetAFive?
We are your one stop shop for preparing for your AP* exams and for helping with your AP classes throughout the year. We offer video based review lessons, your personalized Study Room, and plenty of practice questions.
What does my student get from GetAFive?
With each class you purchase, your AP scholar will get video lessons from expert teachers, review quizzes, study notes, and practice tests with the option for free response hand-grading.
What do I, as a parent, get from GetAFive?
Once your account is connected with your student's, you will be able to purchase classes for him or her, monitor progress on reviews, and see quiz and test results.
How much does a class credit cost?
Nada. Zilch. Zip. Zero. Each class is free for teachers and students! Yep, you read that right.
Do you offer refunds?
No, we don't offer refunds. We haven't figured out what to refund yet, you know, since the materials are totally free. You can contact us with any questions that you have about this.
How long do class credits last?
Only enroll in classes taken this year. The class will expire at the end of this year's exam season.
I'm homeschooled, what is this and is it right for me?
GetAFive is a perfect complement to the homeschooler. With GetAFive you are able to get the best AP teachers in your home, giving you the best opportunity out there to do well on the AP exams in May, earning you valuable college credit.
When should I start preparing for the test?
We advise that the best prep is thorough mastery of the material. That starts today.
How long are the videos?
The videos are generally around 10 minutes, with some as short as 2 minutes, and others as long as 15 minutes. Perfect for on-the-go study!
Can I use this to help me with my class during the school year?
You sure can! Our videos and quizzes are carefully broken out into lessons that should correspond nicely to your own teacher's schedule. With a GetAFive subscription you can use our videos, quizzes, and other tools to improve your grades throughout the year, and then, of course ace the AP exam in May.