Barrons for AP World?

<p>Ok, so my teacher next year is really bad and I want a 5 on my exam. I've heard Princeton is really good, but I also want something to use along throughout the year. I here Barrons is good but has too much information. What do you guys think? (or should I use PR throughout the year and Barrons as a review?) (Or another double) (Help?)</p>

<p>I rather go with Barrons since the extra information would help you with the FRQ section.</p>

<p>I'm reading PR right now for the subject test and I feel that if I had solely relied on that book for the AP exam, I would have screwed up for the APWH exam, especially in the FRQ section.</p>

<p>Read Barrons once, then cram it again the day before.</p>

<p>Proceed to recieve epix.</p>

<p>Barron's does not have "too much information". It has a lot of helpful detailed information, and is FANTASTIC for use throughout the course in conjunction with (and even instead of, at times) a textbook. </p>

<p>It's my #1 choice for APWH.</p>

<p>^I agree. Barron's is extremely useful, and it really helps ties big ideas together.</p>