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Doubling Up

PhArMdBoYPhArMdBoY Registered User Posts: 58 Junior Member
edited September 2007 in AP Tests Preparation
Hey, Im takin ap chemistry and ap physics b this year, and I was wonderin if you guys had any tips to get good grades on tests? My ap chemistry teacher doseent really teach she expects us to know it or learn it from the book, but the book doesent help with every single problem. Should i get the solutions guide(zumdahl 4th) and use the princeton reviw ap chemistry for reviewing for tests? For physics how would you recommend studying? (were still in kinematics)
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Replies to: Doubling Up

  • reversepsychreversepsych Registered User Posts: 815 Member
    Why don't you have zumdahl 7th ed.? 4th seems old to me...The solutions guide for 7th is fantastic, and working great for me so far..I have the pr book from last year, and it seems pretty good, the practice tests seem a little easy, but I'm not sure. Sorry, can't help with physics, good luck!
  • PhArMdBoYPhArMdBoY Registered User Posts: 58 Junior Member
    Yea, our school only has 4th, Idont know why. Any other tips form anyone?
  • Squirrel_MonkeySquirrel_Monkey Registered User Posts: 764 Member
    I think the Princeton Review is pretty good, but I'm not really sure. I don't know about Physics. Good luck!
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