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AP biology

egzbaseballa77egzbaseballa77 Registered User Posts: 44 Junior Member
edited January 2006 in AP Tests Preparation
What do you have to do to take an AP test by self-studying? Im a sophomore and next year i want to take AP Bio b/c i wanna major in a science field. However, because of my schedule, the only way I can take AP bio(a 2 period class) is by dropping lunch, something i seriously do not want to do. Any advice and how difficult the test is if i were to self study? Thanks in advance.
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Replies to: AP biology

  • texas137texas137 Registered User Posts: 2,143 Senior Member
    my son did it successfully. He used Cliff's AP review book (which he read 3 times) plus Campbells. In Campbells he read all of the end of chapter summaries, looked at all charts/diagrams/illustrations with captions but he only read other text as needed to supplement Cliff's.
  • mkevb1mkevb1 Registered User Posts: 305 Member
    lunch really isnt that important if you think about it; you could always just eat when you get home. self studying=hard.
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