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madaboutAPPosted - 7 March 2017 21:24  Show Profile
I've been using Princeton Review and Barron's for SAT prep and AP Calc AB, which I took last year. I'm taking AP Biology, Spanish, and Chemistry this year.

As much fun as I have doing a bajillion practice problems and tests, I'd like to see if there are other resources.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

mr_tru Posted - 8 March 2017 11:30  Show Profile
By far the best is way to study AP's outside of books is to use an online course with an instructor and everything.</P><P>Have a look at OpenCourser: </P><P>http://opencourser.com/list/ace-your-exams-ap-prep</P><P>It's an up-to-date list on active AP courses and most of them are thankfully free. The ones I've taken are from Rice University in conjunction with edX and they have been amazing.</P><P>I'd skip the flashcard apps, none of them have been as effective as books + courses.
mr_tru Posted - 8 March 2017 11:34  Show Profile
^ weird, formatting came out funny and I can't edit!</P><P>----- repost -----</P><P>By far the best is way to study AP's outside of books is to use an online course with an instructor and everything.</P><P>Have a look at OpenCourser: </P><P>&lt;a href=&quot;http://opencourser.com/list/ace-your-exams-ap-prep&quot;&gt;OpenCourser's Ace Your Exams: AP Prep&lt;/a&gt;</P><P>It's an up-to-date list on active AP courses and most of them are thankfully free. The ones I've taken are from Rice University in conjunction with edX and they have been amazing.</P><P>I'd skip the flashcard apps, none of them have been as effective as books + courses.
mr_tru Posted - 8 March 2017 11:36  Show Profile
Wow seriously? This site is broken. Line breaks apparently kill things. If you want just the link, grab it: http://opencourser.com/list/ace-your-exams-ap-prep

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