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Good resources for my AP's?

WannaBYalieWannaBYalie Posts: 307Registered User Member
edited December 2009 in AP Tests Preparation
So I have finally compiled a list of resources to buy for my AP's, and was wondering if I found the best materials. These are all independent study, btw:

AP Euro:
-Modern European History (Viault)
-Princeton Review
-A History of Western Society: Since 1300 (mcKay and others): is this the right book and edition?

AP World:
-World Civilizations: The Global Experience (World Civilizations Vol. 1, Stearns): Is this the right volume or do I need volume 2? Will this book get me a 5?

-Princeton Review

AP Art History:
-The Annotated Mona Lisa
-Gardner's Art Through The Ages
-REA (2nd edition)?

AP Comparative Gov:
-the Ethel Woods book (4th edition-the latest one)
-Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics (Kesselman)

AP Macro and Micro Economics:
-So far only the Princeton Review book, any other suggestions? Like a textbook?

Thanks! And if you have other suggestions I would greatly appreciate it :)

Also: Is there anything out there to self-study AP English Lit? Like a textbook or a good review book? I haven't really seen much.

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