Cracking the AP Psychology Exam: 2009 Edition

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Princeton Review (Firm)
Random House Information Group, Jan 1, 2009 - Study Aids - 298 pages
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Scoring high on the AP Psychology Exam is very different from earning straight A’s in school. We don’t try to teach you everything there is to know about psychology—only the strategies and information you’ll need to get your highest score. In Cracking the AP Psychology Exam, we’ll teach you how to

·Use our preparation strategies and test-taking techniques to raise your score
·Focus on the topics most likely to appear on the test
·Test your knowledge with review questions for each psychology topic covered

This book includes 2 full-length practice AP Psychology tests. All of our practice questions are just like those you’ll see on the actual exam, and we explain how to answer every question.

Cracking the AP Psychology Exam has been fully updated for the 2009 test.

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do not buy this book. there are literally review questions at the end of chapters where the questions ask you about vocab words that ARENT EVEN IN THE F'ING BOOK ITSELF. and when i say this, i dont mean that i wasnt making correct inferences or anything. for example, one question asks you what "prosody" is. THE ONLY TIME THE WORD PROSODY APPEARS IN THE $#^$#ING BOOK IS IN THAT QUESTION AND IN THE ANSWER KEY, IT DOESNT APPEAR ANYWHERE ELSE IN THE BOOK. I EVEN CHECKED USING THIS GOOGLE BOOKS SEARCH THING. this book was put together in a careless, sloppy manner that leaves out important things and includes random stuff irrelevant to the ap exam. this book does not define terms either. it will say like, "so and so created a system called x." that will be the only time the entire book references that f'ing word, and this book sometimes even has definitions that are so vague and general that you could have come up with that definition yourself without the help of this piece of garbage. waste of money, GET BARRONS!!!!!!!!1111111 

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