AP books?

<p>Yes, I know it's been asked a million times, but opinions tend to be all over the place. I'd appreciate the help.
Which books would be best for these classes?</p>

<p>Bio- I've heard Cliffs? Or Barrons?
Eng. Lang- I'm not sure if I'll need a book for this but nevertheless?
Calculus AB- I'll probably need a good book because I'm not the strongest in math. PR?
Chem- Princeton Review? Barrons?
US History- I think I'll get Amsco online.</p>

<p>So I guess I need some good advice for Bio, Chem and Calc.
Also, will I die with this course load? :-|

<p>Bio- Cliffs, if you're going to follow it through the whole year, I didn't really do this, so I used Barrons</p>

<p>Eng Lang- do review book for practice MCs, do a lot of real FRQs, review book -> Cliffs</p>

<p>Calculus AB- Peterson's
Chem- Princeton Review</p>

<p>Bio, follow the class, use your review book as a class supplement, this will help.</p>

<p>Calc, do a lot of problems. I personally think that's the only way to master math, not memorizing formulas, but doing problems.</p>

<p>next time, look at the stickied thread up top ok?</p>

<p>I did check the stickied thread. It's where I got a general idea about books in the first place. Still, opinions were all over the place so I was kind of looking for a last, definitive idea to help me choose between certain books.
Thanks for your help though. : )
Also, thanks for the calc suggestion, I agree with doing problems. I looked through Peterson's and it looks awesome.</p>