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Barron’s AP Chemistry, 8th Edition

July 8, 2018 - Comment

Extensive test preparation for the AP Chemistry exam includes:Six practice AP exams: three diagnostic tests and three full-length practice exams that are aligned with the upcoming, new AP Chemistry examAll questions answered and explainedA comprehensive subject review covering the structure of matter, chemical bonding, states of matter, physical chemistry, chemical reactions, and all other test

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Extensive test preparation for the AP Chemistry exam includes:Six practice AP exams: three diagnostic tests and three full-length practice exams that are aligned with the upcoming, new AP Chemistry examAll questions answered and explainedA comprehensive subject review covering the structure of matter, chemical bonding, states of matter, physical chemistry, chemical reactions, and all other test topicsStudy tips and test-taking strategies
This review book can be purchased alone or with an optional CD-ROM that presents two additional full-length practice tests with automatic scoring and fully explained answers.

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Comments

Misti Ranck says:

Not accurate First off, this book is outdated. On top of that, the structure of the book does not make sense. It starts off with “diagnostic tests” to determine what you know and don’t know about chemistry, which in theory is a strong idea. However, these diagnostic tests include things that will not even REMOTELY be tested on the exam. It makes you study things you DO NOT NEED! The practice tests they include are very poor in quality. They include outdated questions, and the questions are not even similar to the real ap chemistry exam (this is coming from someone who has taken numerous practice exams). Do not buy this, instead look for a different prep book. Waste of money.

Amazon Customer says:

There’s better AP Chem prep books There’s better AP Chem prep books. The wording in this book makes you feel stupid and requires too much effort to decipher. Other books like Princeton make it pretty obvious what they’re talking about and help visualize ideas.

David Warren says:

Five Stars Met expectations.

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