After arriving home from school, senior Olivia Garza eventually begins working on her homework. Around midnight, she decides to call it a night and go to bed. Around 4:30 AM, she wakes up and may continue to work on more homework, or in some cases, squeeze in a little extra sleep until 7:30, just to make it to school by 8 AM and squeeze in a little more study time. The next night, the cycle repeats itself.
Students taking AP classes in high school desire the multiplier and some form of college credit. However, because these classes are college-level courses, many students tend to reconsider how much time and devotion they are willing to dedicate to the class.