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Princeton for AP Physics B?

MeverestMeverest Registered User Posts: 88 Junior Member
edited November 2011 in Sciences
Is the PR for physics b good to learn from? My teacher doesn't teach and my textbook sucks. What are some good AP physics books to LEARN from and to help PREPARE for the AP Exam?
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Replies to: Princeton for AP Physics B?

  • mankiwmankiw Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
    If that means self studying, then don't bother and try Physics C(unless your class requires taking AP Physics B exam).
  • SherifAhmedSherifAhmed Registered User Posts: 26 New Member
    visit amazon.com and see if there is PR for physics B,if it is not available try barrons physics.although barrons always give irrelevant information for the sake of overpreparing students,it is really good and whatever CB test you appear to,it is like a piece of cake
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