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Has anyone tried

Lat12Lat12 Registered User Posts: 46 Junior Member
edited February 2009 in AP Tests Preparation
studying with the REA AP books?
Specifically with Art History and Economics.

Will rereading these books after a while suffice?

Thanks.
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Replies to: Has anyone tried

  • SharkObsessedSharkObsessed Registered User Posts: 350 Member
    Usually, REA books have a lot of useless info you don't need to know for the test. It sounds pretty good for APUSH, but that's the only one I've heard good things about. I know the one for World History was completely useless, I memorized the first few chapters and there wasn't a single question containing what I had read.

    My sis used PR for Econ and seemed to like it, but I'm not sure about Art History.
  • lolilaughedlolilaughed Registered User Posts: 1,130 Senior Member
    PR is definitely good for ECON.
  • Lat12Lat12 Registered User Posts: 46 Junior Member
    PR are the ones on "Cracking the -- test"?
    Anyone can suggest more?
  • lolilaughedlolilaughed Registered User Posts: 1,130 Senior Member
    Yes PR are the ones on Cracking the Econ Micro/Macro...also Cliff Notes for Econ Macro/Micro is helpful as well.
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