Best Books for....

<p>What are my best choices next year for physics B, stat, APUSH, Calc AB? I reckon most of my teachers will be good enough that i won't have to teach myself everything...It'd be nice if i could use them to help prepare for tests as well like cliffs for bio but obviously for review in preparation of the AP. I will also be self-studying AP Psych.</p>

<p>AP Statistics - Barron's</p>

<p>AP Calculus AB - Princeton Review, study from past FRQs on the college board website, and watch Banner</a>, A.: The Calculus Lifesaver: All the Tools You Need to Excel at Calculus.. With that you're guranteed to get a 5.</p>

<p>^I agree with the above.</p>

<p>Physics B - Princeton Review and do the AP Central released FRQ's</p>

<p>APUSH (depending on how much work you want to do) - AMSCO (best one, I think, but may be a bit too detailed), Princeton Review (slightly less detailed, still good)</p>

<p>Psych - Barron's</p>

<p>APUSH - AMSCO and Crash Course (if you haven't already heard a thousand times) </p>

<p>Can't help with the others, though I would also like to know which would be best for Physics and Calc AB.</p>

<p>Crash course is the best if you're a historical moron, like myself.</p>

<p>Physics- Princeton Review (but I took C)
Statistics- Barrons
Calc- Princeton Review (but I took BC)
US History- Kaplan was really helpful actually</p>

<p>I've said it once on another thread and I'll say it again. Give Sparknotes Powerpack and Sparknotes Guide a try for US. It's not popular but it's my personal favorite. Some of the notes cards from the powerpack were almost word for word on the test.</p>

Stat - REA or Barron's
Calc AB - PR and AP Central FRQs</p>