Kaplan AP Environmental Science 2009

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Kaplan, Jan 6, 2009 - Science - 416 pages
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You’ve spent the year gaining advanced knowledge. Now it’s time to reap the rewards: money-saving college credit or advanced placement, and an admissions edge. Yet a top score on the AP exam requires more than knowing the material. Even if your instructor was great and you worked hard in class, you need to get comfortable with the test format itself, preparing for pitfalls and arming yourself with foolproof strategies. That’s where the Kaplan plan offers the clear advantage. With more than 70 years of proven test-prep experience, Kaplan has developed unique study guides that provide cutting-edge review while honing your test-taking skills.

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  • 2 full-length practice tests
  • Diagnostic test to target areas for score improvement
  • Detailed answer explanations
  • Proven score-raising strategies
  • New online component with additional practice and help
  • Sample essays for DBQ and FRQ questions
  • Targeted review of all topics, from the earth's elements, to energy consumption, to pollution, to the future of the environment, and more
  • Key terminology defined in context
Preparation makes the difference, but quality preparation delivers results that can transform your life. Packed with exclusive tips you can only get from Kaplan, this is the ultimate guide for conquering jittery nerves and boosting brain power. Unlock your potential withKaplan AP Environmental Science 2009:the unrivaled, one-stop resource.

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About the author (2009)

Dora Barlazteaches at the Horace Mann School, an independent school in Riverdale, New York. She has taught AP Environmental Science since the inception of the course and has been an Exam Reader for four years. During the summer, she travels to exotic places.

Craig Freudenrichis a life scientist and a former AP Biology teacher with over 25 years experience in biomedical research, science education, and scientific/technical writing. He has a Ph.D. in Physiology from the University of Pittsburgh and currently teaches courses at Duke University's Talent Identification Program.

Jane Gardnerholds an M.S. in Education from the University of Massachusetts and an M.S. in Geology from Virginia Tech, and is a member of the National Association of Science Writers. She has worked as a lecturer at Bentley College, a high school science teacher, and an Associate Editor of science textbooks.

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