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Learning AP Psych on my own

meloculemelocule Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I'm a junior.
I'm planning to take the AP test at the end of the year without enrolling in the course.

I'm wondering what resources I'll need to use. I already have the Princeton Review AP Psych book, but heard that wouldn't be enough to get a 5. Do I have to go through Myers' too, or is there an online resource that could work just as well?

Replies to: Learning AP Psych on my own

  • artktatartktat Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
    I'm using Myers' right now (I'm also a junior) and I believe it's will help you tremendously. Sorry this is months later but hey better late than never. Good luck!
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