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AP Comp Gov. Ethel Woods Study Guide FREE online!

Jlime18Jlime18 Posts: 176Registered User Junior Member
edited January 2012 in AP Tests Preparation
I found Ethe Wood's website and she has the entire study guide online.

http://phs.prs.k12.nj.us/ewood/index.html

Best of all, it's completely legal and free because it's her own personal website.

Enjoy!
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Replies to: AP Comp Gov. Ethel Woods Study Guide FREE online!

  • Rhapsody in GreenRhapsody in Green Posts: 355Registered User Member
    Wow. This would have been so incredibly useful last year. Great find, though.
  • brainlessbrainless Posts: 189Registered User Junior Member
    ok if im to understand this correctly is this the exact same as the book, itself?
    Is this only a summary, or the whole book?
    using this you can get a 5?
    Is this the 2nd edition?
  • rockermcrrockermcr Posts: 14,670Registered User Senior Member
    1. Whole book.
    2. Yes.
    3. No idea.
  • brainlessbrainless Posts: 189Registered User Junior Member
    thanks rocker, so the only question is if this is from the 2nd edition or not
    I wonder how good her books for Us government, and World history are?
  • Rhapsody in GreenRhapsody in Green Posts: 355Registered User Member
    It is the second edition. There's been a pretty major syllabus change for the AP exam since the first edition was published, and this one covers the right countries.
  • rockermcrrockermcr Posts: 14,670Registered User Senior Member
    The only review books that I've heard were good by Ethel Wood are the Comp. Gov't one (there isn't much of a selection, though...) and the Art History one...
  • brainlessbrainless Posts: 189Registered User Junior Member
    art history??
    She has one for art history?
  • betterday55betterday55 Posts: 1,465Registered User Senior Member
    crap, i actually just got the book today. I might return it now
  • matrixrebloatedmatrixrebloated Posts: 303Registered User Junior Member
    is her US gov book good, since it seems that entire one is online?
  • rockermcrrockermcr Posts: 14,670Registered User Senior Member
    art history??
    She has one for art history?

    Sorry, my mistake. I thought she wrote The Annotated Mona Lisa but it turns out she didn't.
  • tryin2Bcooltryin2Bcool Posts: 726Registered User Member
    the link aint workin.
  • QuesceQuesce Posts: 770Registered User Member
    She prolly took it off.
  • fizixfizix Posts: 1,813Registered User Senior Member
    It's really nice to have a copy of her Comp Gov book anyway, just so you can highlight/etc. and bring it wherever you want to. So not necessarily a good idea to return it, especially with shipping charges (if you bought it online).
  • rockermcrrockermcr Posts: 14,670Registered User Senior Member
    Yeah, I agree. You don't want to spend hours sitting in front of the computer. I find it easier to study off of paper than I do off of a computer screen.

    Also, the link isn't working. Last time I checked, it went directly to a site with the Comp. Gov't book on it, but now it's just a blank page that says 'Mrs. Wood's Classes' at the top. There are only two 'classes'. One is about Napoleon, and one is about something I didn't open called 'Virtual Museum'.
  • tryin2Bcooltryin2Bcool Posts: 726Registered User Member
    yea same problem as rockermcr. provb took at off as a poster above suggesed.
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