You’re already aware of this. The AP Chemistry exam is multiple choice; so it makes sense to go out and buy as many practice questions as possible – all of them!
Getting a lot of practice answering questions is the first thing you need to do before the exam. In particular, I suggest you purchase two AP Chemistry Practice Test books. Why? Because they’re the fastest way to pass the exam.
The fourth chapter in the previous AP Chemistry book was “Extracting Concepts”. This chapter contained a series of question-and-answer sections. The answers provided in the question and answer section were typically the same – but not always. So be sure you study those sections.
In this different part of the exam, questions are usually open ended. You can answer some of them by providing your own answer, or you can answer all of them by supplying an exact answer. There are some questions that require two-way reasoning, but the majority of them are two-way open-ended questions.
To be sure that you won’t forget any of the different parts of the exam, you should take the time to review each section of the exam with the help of a review guide. Some good ones are the PCMasterRace practice exams, and the Kaplan e-books available on Amazon.
Chapter four in the previous AP Chemistry book, you learned about improving your reading skills. In this chapter, you learn how to improve your writing skills. The key in writing questions and answer choices is to focus on the key points of each question, and make sure that you provide clear and detailed answers. You don’t want to just guess.
Chapter five included a review of the materials that you need to know, so it’s time to get to that. But for now, let’s talk about how to improve your GRE vocabulary.
Just because the sixth chapter in the previous AP Chemistry book focuses on tests such as the TOEFL and the TOEIC, it doesn’t mean that your overall understanding of the material will improve dramatically. Instead, it’s all about honing your focus.
Each chapter in the previous AP Chemistry book has sections that are comparable to test parts (the TOEFL and TOEIC), but have been slightly altered to better fit your learning style. The next chapter will continue to build upon those strengths, but will also help you focus on weaknesses as well. Chapter seven teaches you how to study better by reviewing your last notes.
Chapter eight, by the way, is called “Writing Exercises”, so I’ll come right out and say it: We’re talking here about mastering that dreaded grammar lesson. Just make sure you give it your best shot! And if you’re still having trouble with your grammar – that’s a good indication that you’re doing something wrong!
Chapter nine is the final chapter in the previous AP Chemistry book. This chapter addresses the subject of writing creatively and gives you the tools to do so. Remember that it’s all about planning to make sure that you have all the tips and tricks you need to ace the exam.