AP Bio Study Plan Help please?

<p>So my teacher haven't teach AP bio in the past 10 years or so, I am her lab rat.
We don't use Campbell; we use "Life: Science of Biology".
[url=<a href="http://bcs.whfreeman.com/thelifewire8e/default.asp?s=&n=&i=&v=&o=&ns=0&uid=0&rau=0%5DLife:"&gt;http://bcs.whfreeman.com/thelifewire8e/default.asp?s=&n=&i=&v=&o=&ns=0&uid=0&rau=0]Life:&lt;/a> The Science of Biology, Eighth Edition<a href="However,%20I%20do%20have%20access%20to%20a%20Campbell.">/url</a>
We are only on chapter 13 now (Dec). There's no way we will finish! So, I am freaked out about the AP test in May. I bought Cliffnotes after reading through some forums caused that's what people seem to recommend. I also can get Kaplan from library, and my teachers print off Barron's (I think). So that's all I got.</p>

<p>Now, do people usually finish their textbook by the end of school year? How should I study for the AP exam? Can somebody suggest me a study plan? I feel like even though I am doing good in the classroom, but my bubble won't prepare me for the real world (exam). I am trying to get at least a 4, hoping for a 5, but it seems like there's no way I can do it! :/</p>

<p>I would get a review book and go over the chapters you haven’t studied. My friend took AP Biology, and she said that they went at a pretty good pace. I plan to take AP biology next year and she told me that using your review book is really helpful. If you don’t think you’ll get done before the test, self study, and good luck :)</p>