The only Advanced Placement test preparation guide that delivers 75 years of proven Kaplan experience and features exclusive strategies, practice, and review to help students ace the AP Psychology exam! Students spend the school year preparing for the AP Psychology 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 Psychology 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.
Kaplan AP Psychology 2014 offers many essential and unique features to help improve test scores, including:
Two full-length practice tests and a diagnostic test to target areas for score improvement
Detailed answer explanations
Tips and strategies for scoring higher from expert AP Psychology teachers and students who got a perfect 5 on the exam
Targeted review of the most up-to-date content, including any information about test changes and key information that is specific to the 2014 AP Psychology exam
Glossary of key terms and concepts
Kaplan AP Psychology 2014 author Chris Hakala has over a dozen years of experience teaching Psychology. His expertise has helped make this and other books the best that Kaplan has to offer in AP test prep.
Kaplan AP Psychology 2014 provides students with everything they need to improve their scores—guaranteed. Kaplan’s Higher Score guarantee provides security that no other test preparation guide on the market can match. Kaplan has helped more than three million students to prepare for standardized tests. We invest more than $4.5 million annually in research and support for our products. We know that our test-taking techniques and strategies work and our materials are completely up-to-date. Kaplan AP Psychology 2014 is the must-have preparation tool for every student looking to do better on the AP Psychology test!
Chris Hakala is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Western New England College in Springfield, Massachusetts. He earned a Master's degree and a PhD in cognitive psychology from the University of New Hampshire. His areas of interest include the teaching of psychology, reading comprehension, and language development. Chris has been an Advanced Placement reader for 11 years and has extensive knowledge of test and rubric development.