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AP Chemistry Self-Studying over the Summer

arcticarusarcticarus Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
I took Chemistry three years ago and now I want to take the AP Chemistry class in the school year. I kinda wanted to get ahead by studying AP Chem and State over this summer, so I would have more time to focus on Calculus. Anyways, I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions. I planned on reading the 7th edition of Zumdahl and the first 4 chapters of the (Brooks?) General Chemistry. I was also going to watch Bozeman science videos this summer too. Thanks. :)

Replies to: AP Chemistry Self-Studying over the Summer

  • tola2015tola2015 Registered User Posts: 630 Member
    @articarus my school utilized the Zumdahl AP 8th edition, I took powerpoints on majority of the chapter that are covered on the AP exam except for the ones that I already knew. If you want the powerpoints and some practice MC questions just pm me.
  • caffeinemoleculecaffeinemolecule Registered User Posts: 257 Junior Member
    You can review old notes and if you wanna take the chem sat, I've found that those review books help pretty well also.
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