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Students spend the school year preparing for the AP Environmental Science test. Now it’s time to reap the rewards: money-saving college credit, advanced placement, or an admissions edge. However, achieving a top score on the AP Environmental Science exam requires more...
Students spend the school year preparing for the AP Environmental Science test. Now it’s time to reap the rewards: money-saving college credit, advanced placement, or an admissions edge. However, achieving a top score on the AP Environmental Science exam requires more than knowing the material—students need to get comfortable with the test format itself, prepare for pitfalls, and arm themselves with foolproof strategies. That’s where the Kaplan plan has the clear advantage.
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Kaplan AP Environmental Science 2012 authors Dora Barlaz, Craig Freudenrich, and Jane Gardner have many years of combined experience teaching AP Environmental Science, Biology, and other science courses. Their expertise has helped make this and other books the best that Kaplan has to offer in AP test prep.
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Posted July 15, 2012
Answers to the practice exam come with a decent explanation but the questions ask are no where near the level of the real AP exam. The free-response questions are great, however unlike the answers to the multiple choice these explanations aren't explained veery well and most of them are vague!
I reccomend that if your going to take this exam, skip the book and just ask your teacher for some practice exams and FRQ's from previous AP exams. All AP teachers can access them from collegeboard and best of all, it's FREE!!!