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Updated to reflect the most recent tests, this manual presents a detailed subject review covering all AP Psychology test topics plus a diagnostic test and two full-length practice exams. All test questions are answered and explained. The authors also provide a valuable overview of the test with explanations of how it is scored. Added test preparation material includes extra multiple-choice questions, test-taking tips, and an analysis of the essay question with a sample essay.
Allyson Weseley has been teaching AP Psychology at Roslyn High School in Roslyn, NY for 8 years. All of her students have passed the AP Exam, and over 80% of them have scored "5's." She earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Princeton University and then went on to get a masters degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a doctorate from Columbia University's Teachers College. Dr. Weseley has published a number of psychology-related activities, led numerous psychology teacher workshops, and currently serves on the board of Teachers of Psychology in the Secondary Schools. Rob McEntarffer has been teaching AP Psychology at Lincoln Southeast High School in Lincoln, NE for 10 years and Introductory Psychology at Nebraska Wesleyan University for 3 years. He earned his B.S. in teaching of psychology at the University of Nebraska and is currently working on a master's degree in educational assessment and measurement. He is past-chair of the national organization Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools, works with the committee on National Standards for the Teaching of High School Psychology, and recently wrote the test bank for an introductory psychology textbook.
Table of Contents
|back cover Choose Barron's Method for Success on the AP Psychology Exam|
|Read and understand the authors' overview of the AP Psychology|
|Devise your personal study plan for success|
|Use this book's subject review to improve your skills in all test topics|
|Take the book's practice tests and score your results|
|Review the answers and explanations for all test questions|
|It's Your Path To a Higher AP Test Score|
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