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In Cracking the AP Chemistry, TPR will teach test takers how to think like the test makers an. This book includes 2 full-length, simulated AP Chemistry exams.

This book includes 2 full-length, simulated AP Chemistry exams.

And If It's on the AP Chemistry Exam, It's in This Book We don't try to teach you everything there is to know about chemistry-only the facts and techniques you'll need to know to score higher on the Advanced Placement exam. There's a big difference.

Series: College Test Prep. Paperback: 320 pages. I bought this book two weeks before the SAT II Chemistry exam so I could get a feeling for what would be on the test

Series: College Test Prep. I bought this book two weeks before the SAT II Chemistry exam so I could get a feeling for what would be on the test. I had already studied extensively for the AP exam and was already familiar with all of the concepts. I did get a 780 on the SAT II, but I wouldn't attribute it all to this book. The tips and tricks provided were mediocre at best (ex.

University of Illinois. Cross-Platform Prep Course. Susan A. Zumdahl Chemistry, Sevent. Cracking the AP Chemistry Exam. 49 MB·849 Downloads·New!. 5 Steps to a 5 AP Chemistry. 22 MB·2,205 Downloads  . 62 MB·400 Downloads·New! A proven 5-step study guide for today’s digital learners preparing for the AP Chemistry exam.

Over 200 AP chemistry practice questions to help you with your AP chemistry exam prep. You will receive a test booklet for the free-response section of the test. You will have 105 minutes to answer seven questions. I. Multiple-choice Questions.

ISBN13:9780375762239. Release Date:January 2002. Publisher:Random House Information Group.

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Chemistry - Examinations - Study guides, Advanced placement . Provides techniques for achieving high scores on the AP chemistry exam and includes two full-length practice tests.

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In Cracking the AP Physics B & C, TPR will teach test takers how to think like the test makers an. This book includes 2 full-length, simulated AP Physics B & C exams

In Cracking the AP Physics B & C, TPR will teach test takers how to think like the test makers and., Eliminate answer choices that look right but are planted to fool test takers, Improve scores by knowing in advance what physics topics are most likely to be tested, Memorize complicated physics concepts using simple techniques, Ace the free-response section by practicing on TPR's sample questions. This book includes 2 full-length, simulated AP Physics B & C exams.

The Princeton Review realizes that acing the AP Chemistry exam is very different from getting straight As in school. The Princeton Review doesn't try to teach students everything there is to know about chemistry--only the techniques they'll need to score higher on the exam. There’s a big difference. In Cracking the AP Chemistry, TPR will teach test takers how to think like the test makers and• Score higher by reviewing key chemistry concepts• Earn more points by becoming familiar with the format of the test• Safeguard against traps that can lower scores• Perfect skills with review questions in each chapterThis book includes 2 full-length, simulated AP Chemistry exams. All of The Princeton Review practice test questions are like the ones test takers will see on the actual exam, and every solution is fully explained.

I absolutely adore chemistry. I not only find it challenging and fascinating, but I also consider it to be enjoyable (except for kinetics, acid-base equilibrium, and, of course, organic). If your AP Chem class is using the fifth edition of Zumdahl, then this book is an excellent supplement and study guide for even quizzes and tests. I also think that it is a superb review for the AP exam. I can't encourage AP Chem students enough to invest in this book. It has the best tips, strategies, and practice for the exam. However, if you need help on the reactions portion on the free response then you'll need to consider Zumdahl or consult your teacher because that is the weak area in this book.
I am a true fan of the Princton Review series of books. But after reading 5 differnt books now, I can tell that some of my understanding comes from how the author lays out the book. Paul Foglino was an author that I had never read before, but after reading the introduction I felt like I could easily read Paul's explainations just like he was a teacher talking to me, not a book talking at me. I was able to read through the whole thing in 2 days before the test (not-recommended). And at the end I had a knowlage of Chemistry like I had never felt before. Good luck to everyone taking the test!
Princeton Review's prep books are usually concise in their summaries, and this book was no exception. The summaries were not only short, but they missed out some of the important topics. Many sections merely consisted of a couple of equations and brief explanations. In short, the review sections were not very thorough.
However, I rate this book highly because of the excellent quality of practice tests and section review questions. Their questions, especially the free-response questions, cover the important concepts in a thorough manner and give good practice for the actual AP exam. Also the multiple choice questions were very helpful, unlike the Barron's prep book that had way too narrow and specific questions. Having taken the AP test a couple of weeks ago, I musyhave to say that the Princeton Review's questions came the closest to the actual AP questions.
So buy this book to practice solving questions, but don't rely on it to provide you with a good summary.
This was a truly amazing book and a highly recommend it for anyone looking to get a 5 on the AP test. The review sections are extremely extensive and concise, giving you only the information you need to get a 5, and nothing more. There is a test at the end of the each chapter, about 15-30 questions long (a perfect lenght) with free response questions and essay questions for the material if they apply. This was EXTREMELY helpful in my preparation, and I suggest you review the chapters and their tests twice, as I did. The free response questions are so similar to the ones found on the real AP test that the AP free response section was a BREEZE for me! Although the multiple choice in the book was not extraordinary similar to the one on the AP test, all of the ideas and concepts and reasoning was the same, and the multiple choice was not at all a challenge. Princeton Review stresses so many of the same ideas that appear on the test, I was truly amazed and remember thinking "Well, I'm glad Princeton Review went over this concept a million times!" or "Good thing Princeton Review really got that stuck into my mind."
This book my only study guide, and I used it very well, having been in a chemistry class with a horrible teacher. I completely and 100% credit this book for getting me the 5 that it did (I just got my score back today!). I started studying for the test early, in late Febuary, and I would recommend going through the entire book twice. This book was amazing, and I am so happy with its results!
Writing the AP exam is very different from getting an A in high school chemistry, and the book takes the right approach from the beginning by preparing you for the test. Do not expect this book to teach you new concepts in Chemistry, it does not do a good job at it. However, if you already know your Electrolysis and Chemical Kinetics, then this is the book for you. It helps you channel your effort towards solving the kind of questions that appear on the AP exam, so that you can work on your weak areas. Although my success on the exam was mostly due to my preparation in high school, this book helped me focus on what's really important to get the 5 points. So, I give the book a 5 star rating.
I bought this book because I only took AP Chemistry by independant study, and thought I should review sample exams in case my self-preparation had been way off-target. I was surprised by how easy the sample exams in this book were, and by the lack of depth in which it thought we should have studied various topics. I had hoped the book would include a list of the official AP Chemistry labs, so that I could at least review the concepts even if I was unable to actually perform them. However, this book asserted that the exam would only ask about "basic experiments and fundamental techniques," and its example lab essays only dealt with common-sense lab safety and simple techniques like titrations. And although I had studied the organic chemistry chapter in my textbook, this book predicted "very little actual organic chemistry on the AP test" and did not even include sample questions on this topic. But when I took the 2003 AP Chemistry exam, essay questions on both spectrophotometry, which is a rather specialized laboratory technique, and organic chemistry appeared. I was only able to get a 5 on this test because I had studied spectrophotometry in another science class and because I had completed most of my chemistry preparations without refering to this book, and so had learned the necessary subjects in much more depth than the Princeton Review deemed necessary. Both the multiple choice and free response sections of the actual test were significantly harder than the samples in this book. The study advice and sample questions in this book outline the basic areas of chemistry the exam covers and give the test's format, but are very misleading when it comes to the exam's level of difficulty.