Psych AP

<p>Everyone says that AP Psych is easy. Why is AP Psych so easy?</p>

<p>Because it covers only a semester of material and most of it involves memorizing vocabulary words. Psychology is a joke of a major in college, too.</p>

<p>I'd like to self-study.</p>

<p>Do you think I have too much on my plate?</p>

<p>Physics B AP (hard for me)
English Lang AP (essay easy for me, MC hard)
Stats AP (hard class, should be able to do super well on the exam)
US Hist (Self-study, only really worried about the essay)</p>

<p>Psych is a joke lol</p>

<p>I'd like to self-study Psych this year too. It'll take my AP count to 5 and then I'll have a chance to be recognized as AP scholar w/ distinction.</p>

<p>So just vocab? There are free response questions though, right?</p>

<p>The free response questions aren't like writing English/history essays or solving math/science problems. It's more like regurgitating examples from the textbook.</p>

<p>So, Barrons is enough? Would it be bad if I took it just to add another AP my school doesn't offer? I would do it for credit also.</p>

<p>I would recommend the Princeton Review for Psych. It's much shorter than Barron's, yet in my experience has everything you need to get a 5.</p>

<p>Oh, ok. Possible to do all these APs?</p>

<p>Nothing is impossible!!!</p>