Ap Bio Test Comparison!!!

<p>okay, so the test is tomorrow so most of you ap bioers are probablyl sleeping, u know, getting a good nights rest while i cram. but does anyone know how the sparknotes or princeton review practice tests compare to the real thing? i need to know if i can go to sleep or need to look through my actual notes. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELPPPP!!!!</p>

<p>I think sparknotes is decent, but PR might be somewhat easier than the real one...</p>

<p>What about Barrons? Harder or easier?</p>

<p>What about Cliffs?</p>

<p>Also, is it beneficial to just go through the 2 Cliff exams and the 2002 released exam?</p>

<p>man, i cant believe i didnt get teh 2002, im not prepared!</p>

<p>I'm not trying to be arrogant or anything, but I thought the 2002 AP was quite easy. I got well above a 5.</p>

<p>well arfuff23, that doesn't answer the question</p>

<p>basically...what I'm saying with the 3 tests is....will most of the same stuff show up, or can I expect randomness from tomorrow's exam?</p>

<p>barrons imo is harder, cliffs seems just right/slightly easier</p>


<p>It kind of does. I think the AP tomorrow will be harder, but maybe I'm just very well-prepared.</p>

<p>If they emphasize body systems (especially the obscure hormones and nervous system), then I'm screwed.</p>

<p>How's Kaplan?</p>

<p>Body systems and Phyla = memorization that I don't have time for...</p>

<p>Barron's has a great chart for the animal phyla.</p>

<p>Crap Princeton FTL</p>