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AP Course Prep Resources

Whether you're looking to earn college credits or earn a higher weighted GPA, College Board Advanced Placement classes are the way to go. See the resources we've compiled for each AP to ease the process for you. Don't forget to bookmark this page for later!

If you have any other links to add, please comment them down below and I'll update this post. I intend for this to be a solid resource for people looking for online resources for their APs. 


I do NOT recommend copying the notes of other people for any AP. Your teacher could cite you for plagiarism if you're found out. However, feel free to use these resources to learn and review material that you may have forgotten, instead of rereading an entire textbook. 

General Resources for Every AP:

AP Biology

YouTube Channels:
Work Books & Prep Books:

AP Chemistry

YouTube Channels:

Ap Language

Note Guides:

AP Microeconomics/Macroeconomics

YouTube Channels:
Work Books & Prep Books: 
Websites and Note Guides:

AP Physics 1

YouTube Channels:
Work Books & Prep Books:
Note Guides:

AP Psychology

YouTube Channels:

AP World History

YouTube Channels: 

Extra Tips: 

If you can not afford an expensive Prep Book or set of flashcards, try shopping around for a used one online or at a used Book Store. You can even ask for an old book from friends who have already taken the class and no longer need it. 

For more FRQs, DBQs, and other practice questions visit your specific course page on College Board. For more review material check out the Advanced Placement YouTube Channel.

The common denominator between passing almost all the AP Exams is PRACTICE, PRACTICE, and PRACTICE! The more you drill different question types ahead of time, the faster and easier the actual exam will be. 

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