It's College prep season in our house. I like our textbooks, but going over them again isn't a terribly wise use of time. The advice on this US history test site to use AP US history material to review for the SAT subject test sounds correct. Have any of you had experience helping your child prep for subject tests? What did you do?
AP books are a step up from the standard high school text so I guess that's the point - to be prepared for the high school level and more to get a good SAT score. And, a different book will be more appealing to your teen. Sounds good to me. :)
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