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Barron's AP Biology by Deborah T. Goldberg
Barron's AP Calculus by Shirley O. Hockett
Barron's AP Chemistry by Neil D. Jespersen
Barron's AP Computer Science A by Roselyn Teukolsky
Barron's AP Computer Science A and AB by Roselyn Teukolsky
Barron's AP English Language and Composition by George Ehrenhaft
Barron's AP English Literature and Composition by George Ehrenhaft
Barron's AP Environmental Science by Gary Thorpe
Barron's AP European History by James M. Eder
Barron's AP French by Laila Amiry M.A.
Barron's AP French Language and Culture by Eliane Kurbegov
Barron's AP Human Geography by Meredith Marsh
Barron's AP Microeconomics / Macroeconomics by Frank Musgrave
Barron's AP Physics 1 and 2 by Kenneth Rideout M.S.
Barron's AP Physics B by Jonathan Wolf
Barron's AP Psychology by Robert McEntarffer
Barron's AP Spanish by Alice G. Springer
Barron's AP Statistics by Martin Sternstein
Barron's AP U.S. Government and Politics by Curt Lader
Barron's AP United States History by Eugene V. Resnick
Barron's AP United States History by William O. Kellogg

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  4. 5 Steps to a 5 AP English Language by Barbara Murphy (2002)
  5. How to Prepare for the AP Chemistry by Neil D. Jespersen (1995)
  6. European History by Michael J. Romano (2003)
  7. Hot Words for the SAT by Linda Carnevale (2001)
  8. Barron's SAT Subject Test Math Level 2 by Richard Ku (2008)
  9. Barron's AP Art History, 3rd Edition by John B. Nici M. A. (2015)
  10. AP Biology [REA] by Laurie Ann Callihan (2005)
  11. The Real ACT (CD) 3rd Edition (Real Act Prep Guide) by Inc. ACT (2011)
  12. How to Prepare for the AP Environmental Science Exam by Gary S. Thorpe (2002)
  13. United States History: Preparing for the Advanced Placement Examination by John J. Newman (1998)
  14. Kaplan SAT Subject Test U.S. History by Kaplan (2005)
  15. CliffsAP Biology by Phillip E. Pack (1994)

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