What is your speciality area? My area was biology. I went through chemistry, physics, and college level biology and looked at areas of topics that gave life
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, Nov 22, 2003
What is your speciality area? My area was biology. I went through chemistry, physics, and college level biology and looked at areas of topics that gave life connections and crossed over into other sciences. If it is biology, study the AP labs and graphs that go with them. Most of the test is a toss up. It is mainly concepts that you may or may not know. I studied for two months before taking the test. Generally reading through a college level text in may area. Of course, since you have done it twice, you have seen the types of questions they ask. This help me. Maybe find a study group to look at old prompts on national board. If I think of anything else that helped me, I'll write back.
Tara Campo <campt@...> wrote:
Do you have any suggestions on what to study....books to read? THat is my weakest part of the process. I did not pass......for the 2nd time.
WOW! What a pat on the back! I certified in science AYA in chemistry. Shock at scores I did well in and surprises in other areas. What matters is the final score and being certified. WOW what a roller coaster ride.
Those who need to bank remember, it can be a three year process and keep going.
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