If you can get a copy of an AP Cliff Note in Chemistry and study through that topic. I got my national board certification in biology. I took high levels of physics, chemistry, earth science and studied the connections usually given at the end of units. Study any graphs that may be used in an AP Chemistry course for question number 1. Good luck.vfexerciseangel <concon@...>
Hi everyone, I'm just beginning the certification process this
year. I'm the only one in the surrounding parishes trying for the
chemistry. I have another teacher approx. 30 min. away trying for
biology. Basically, I'm looking for great beginner tips. One of
the mentors I spoke with told me to basically know 4 years of
college chemistry to get through the test. By reading some of the
suggestions given here, I do feel a bit more comfortable with it.
The only concern I have is regarding the depth of the questions. We
do not have any AP classes or honors classes at our school. We are
a basic prek - 12 rural school. I have 7 preps in science, so
needless to say, I have not covered any AP type topics. Should I get
AP books for the different subjects for a review for the assessment
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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