AP exams are about two months away and I just wanted to see if anybody had any advice on what to study for to pass (4 or higher) the following exams.
1) World History (I've heard Ethel Wood is good, does anybody have a PDF/EPUB of this? I really can't afford to buy it. I have two PR books but the test has changed this year so my teacher says its not that great. I use Kaplans SAT Subject test a lot for some reason. Going to get my hands on a Crash Course just in case.)
2) Human Geography (I have a 2003 Barrons that is doing the trick for now as well as a PR book.)
3) U.S. Government (Absolutely lost in this class. Bought the 2017 PR, going to start using it now. I've heard of Crash Course and AMSCO. If AMSCO is really good, I can ask my teacher for it so I can make copies of the pages)
4) English Literature (Someone gave me a barrons once, haven't used it)
I'm very worried about US Gov't and I can't depend on my teacher to learn the material. I'm fairly confident that I'll get a 4 on Lit. As for HG and WH, I really need to get a 5. It's a strange mix of my own expectations as well as my teacher's expectations of me. It's more of a personal goal than some college credit, to be honest.
At this point I would greatly appreciate any sort of documents or just general tips for the day of the exam. Maybe someone can suggest a study schedule? For now I'm just copying down information since I find it easier to memorize things after writing them down.