Where to go for the best AP Test Prep
Finding the best study resources for all the different Advanced Placement tests can be overwhelming. Here is a handy list of the most popular materials for AP course study, collected by the AP students on Reddit.
Major Types of Review Books
- 5 Steps to a 5 – Common, well known, catchy title. Generally inexpensive and a good bang for your buck. Publishes several different types of review books.
- Princeton Review- Publishes 550 Questions as well as Cracking the AP books.
- Kaplan – Giant, expensive, might-as-well-be-a-textbook review book. Generally the most difficult to find online of all the mainstream review books.
- Barron’s – Same as Kaplan as far as length, but well known for their content as far as AP classes goes.
- Peterson’s/Cliff’s- “Hey! My teacher had those, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen one outside the classroom in my entire life!”
- AMSCO – Known for making the best APUSH review books ever.
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Resources by Subject
For the most up-to-date version of this list, see Resources in https://www.reddit.com/r/APStudents/