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Princeton Review for AP Physics B?

MeverestMeverest Registered User Posts: 88 Junior Member
edited October 2011 in AP Tests Preparation
Is the PR for physics b good to learn from? My teacher doesn't teach and my textbook sucks. What are some good AP physics books to LEARN from and to help PREPARE for the AP Exam?
I need it to explain how to do stuff.
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Replies to: Princeton Review for AP Physics B?

  • jspeed12jspeed12 Registered User Posts: 349 Member
    Well, I bought the new one like last week and I think its extremely helpful. I took a test on forces and everything and did horribly on it and then I went through the chapter about forces in the Princeton review book and then it made perfect sense. Its got great multiple choice and free response questions. I would definitely go buy it if I were you
  • MeverestMeverest Registered User Posts: 88 Junior Member
    So it actually teaches you the concepts and how to do the problems? It actually TEACHES you?
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