Self-study AP Environmental Science

<p>What study book should I get if I want to self-study AP Environmental Science? Also, how long does it generally take to study it?</p>

<p>It's all common sense; just wing it.</p>

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<p>I selfed APES using Earth as a Living Planet and PR. Also, a bit of Kaplan. I recommend PR. As for how much time, it depends. Some can study for this test the night before; some start at the beginning of the school year. You know your abilities best.</p>

<p>Generally about a week with PR assuming full class/EC load.</p>

<p>Suggested to be a week close to test date. Closer to test date the better, easier retention of random facts like what certain environmental protection acts/laws were.</p>

<p>I crammed, and used Barrons. However, I recommend 2 weeks at the minimum, so that you'll actually learn and retain the information. Also, you won't be as anxious, and can get more sleep. </p>

<p>I had taken AP Bio right before this exam, so that also helped significantly</p>