Would anyone recommend self-studying AP Art History?

<p>I haven't been able to find any review books online which is kind of distressing but I can probably get access to a textbook through school and there's a teacher I could go to with questions. Also, there is the oppurtunity for me to take it online through flvs.net (lucky me, I live in Florida). What do you think I should do.</p>

<p>Also, I could take it IN school but I would have to not take pre-calc (and I hate math). I don't want that to be suicide as I know it's important to look well-rounded, but I plan to major in Film or Creative Writing. Thanks in advance.</p>

<p>well we have to do notes on our entire textbook, which is about 1000 pages </p>

<p>it hurts me to read that book and be in that class. maybe other people like it? i've never done art.</p>

<p>i don't think it's really worth that much to self study to be honest</p>

<p>I took it in school this year, only because the teacher is the most awesome guy...ever lol.</p>

<p>But I wouldn't recommend self-studying. Books can only do so much, a lot of the things you need to see are in multiple books, and the only way a teacher can cover all of the stuff is through the book and slides. </p>

<p>Unless you can get yourself to thoroughly read 2-3 1000 page textbooks...I'd say no.</p>

<p>OK... I would love to take it in school but then I would have to sacrifice taking pre-calc... I want to do that but I also want to get into college.</p>

<p>DEFINITELY don't take it over pre-calc</p>

<p>im taking it now and its the class from hell..the textbook is enormous and it wouldnt be such a problem if it was an average textbook, but on top of that no review exists for it whatsoever (except the annotated mona lisa which sucks). i dont know what i'm going to do for the ap</p>