AP Physics B

<p>What are the best textbooks, and best review books for AP Physics B?</p>

<p>Textbooks: I like University Physics (Sears/Zemansky), Physics (Halliday/Resnick), and Physics For Scientists And Engineers (Serway), but those are all calculus-based, so if you're not comfortable with calculus you might want to use an algebra-based book like Physics (Giancoli). Note, however, that Physics B does require you to be familiar with calculus "concepts," if not the actual techniques.</p>

<p>Review books: I used Princeton Review and got a 5 with ease, but I don't think very much of it was due to the review book. My physics teacher recommended Barron's.</p>