Not that I am trying to be discourteous here, but my colleague Dr. Martin who was an AP teacher, has always said, “You don’t learn unless you teach yourself”. Well, there’s nothing wrong with that.
But I agree with others that we need to work with our self-study to find our own problems. There are resources for teachers to do the acid and base tests that are available at local educational facilities.
For people who do not want to do it on their own, I suggest that they do the tests and then send the report to the teacher. They will then get a summary report with the questions they asked and their answers.
Or, if they prefer, they can just prepare their own test papers to take to the testing center. If they don’t have the time to prepare, then a good idea is to research the site and find out what questions are asked there.
It would also be wise to research what the tests and topics are like before taking a senior level chemistry examination. As a word of advice, don’t take the graduate level or master level AP Chemistry exams unless you are willing to commit at least a few days of your time for studying. That means two or three hours of study time every day.
There are many resources online to help you out with this. Some of them are free and some of them require a nominal fee to access.
The fee depends on the type of course you are taking. Generally, the most popular courses are at the graduate level, but some of the lower cost ones are sometimes good as well. You will want to find out the costs before signing up for any course.
Make sure you know how long it will take to complete your test. Remember, if you find it too difficult, it will take even longer.
Get familiar with your specific class and make sure that you understand the material. Sometimes the best solution is to visit the class for a short time and ask questions. A good way to do this is to ask a friend or another student.
There are some courses where you will get a syllabus and a number of different types of test papers. Find out which ones are going to be administered on which day.
Lastly, remember that when you go back to high school chemistry or college level chemistry, it will be more difficult. So when you first begin you should consider working with a professional to get you through the first section or two of AP Chem.