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Topic: Barron's book
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JBrown8250

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Barron's book
Posted: Mar 23, 1998 5:29 PM
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On the advice of Judith Broadwin who conducted a meeting about the grading
of the 1997 AP exams, I waited until the sixth edition was available before
ordering. This book offers practice part one exams in the post-1995 format and
is more easily used than the fifth edition. It also lists the most current AB
topics. However, there are no part two examples, so you'll need another source
for review (I'm using the real questions which have been released).
Several major bookstores were uninterested in helping me get the book, so I
ordered it directly from Barron's. I saved my students the shipping charge by
picking it up myself. The Barron's staff was quite accomodating.

John Brown, Townsend Harris High School




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