WOULD these be good books for THESE AP'S

<p>Calc AB(supplement to class):??
European History (supplement to a class): 5 Steps to a 5 OR PRINCETON REVIEW???
Envrionmental Science(self study): Princeton Review</p>

<p>Calc AB... whatever you do, stay away from Princeton Review. I think it was the one recommended here on the consolidated list of suggestions, but it was terrible... it didn't serve any purpose to me. The lessons are very confusing and use weird notation that I wasn't comfortable or familiar with, so I got nothing out of it.</p>

<p>Calculus is my only AP i which I didnt buy a study guide. you're really not going to need it...just use your textbook</p>

<p>Thanks for your input!</p>

<p>For Calculus, you really don't need a review book. In my opinion, I think it would be a good idea to just use your textbook and do problems out of the book. In addition, I suggest that you ask your teacher for previous AP multiple choice tests as well as FRQs (which can be found here: AP:</a> Calculus AB) after you finish learning all that you need to learn.
However, if you really want to buy a review book, just get one that has a lot of practice tests with explanations.</p>

<p>You really don't need to supplement the Calc AB class. If you want, you could get a review book (any one would be just fine), but honestly, no matter how bad your teacher is, the textbook is enough.</p>

<p>Barron's for AP Calc, if you want one with questions that are harder than the actual test, it will make the real test very easy.</p>