AP Comparative Government

<p>I'm a rising senior and come fall I'll be taking both AP Government and AP Comparative Government. I have developed a passion for history/politics/debate through MUN and APUSH, so motivation is definitely not a limiting factor for me. For anyone who has taken the AP Comparative Gov. class, how did you like it? Any useful tips that one should know prior to the start of the school year would be greatly appreciated! :)</p>

<p>Use Ethel Wood's guide. It's really good.</p>

<p>I am a rising Junior that will be self-studying it. I am also taking AP US gov this year.</p>

<p>Took AP Gov in school but we mostly only covered U.S. Gov. I had to use Ethel Wood's guide for AP Comparative Gov.</p>

<p>Use it. Ethel Wood's guide gives you just about all the information you'll need to get a 5. If you don't use any other material for preparation, use that.</p>

<p>Thanks for the responses! I guess I'll do some more shopping on amazon...</p>

<p>What do you think are the best review books for the following:</p>

<p>AP Government
AP Economics
AP English Literature
AP Calculus AB
AP Physics</p>

<p>I self-studied for AP Comparative last year as a junior. It was my first ever AP exam. I left the room feeling confident that I had received a five. I used the ethel woods book. Read it front to back once. Took the tests. Reviewed the weak spots. I also used a facebook group to study with other people. It helped extremely. Good luck!</p>

<p>Here's that group:
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<p>Thanks very much! It seems like Ethel Wood's guide is number one, so I'll plan on purchasing that!</p>

<p>^^^Best review books that I used for those you have listed that I have taken:</p>

<p>AP Government : PR
AP Economics: 5 Steps
AP Calculus AB : PR</p>