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Copyright © 2013 by Skylight Publishing.
ISBN 978-0-9824775-2-6. List price: $20.95. 12+ copies: $16.75 each.
368 pages. Dimensions 8.25" x 10.75" x 1". Soft cover.
Part# 978-0-9727055-J-E. Copyright © 2008-2012 by Skylight Publishing.
This downloadable e-edition includes MS Word files and a PDF file with questions and a PDF file with answers and solutions. It is licensed for use in one school. $85.00 per school.
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Since it was first published in 1999, Be Prepared for the AP CS Exam has helped tens of thousands of students earn high scores on the AP CS exams. Whether you sit in the front row, the back row, or anywhere in between, this book will help you focus on the AP exam requirements, review the material, and fill the gaps in your knowledge.
"...Excellent review book that can help you get your 5 too! ...I give my highest recommendation for this outstanding review book." Reviewer from IL, USA
"...I Got My 5. ...this book was perfect for bringing me up to speed for what was on the test." Reviewer from Lafayette, CA, USA
"...By far the best APCS review book. ...those of my students who used this book did the best on the exam." Reviewer from Houston, TX
"...This Book Is God-Sent... I have absolutely no idea what I would have done without this book. ...I cannot say enough how helpful this book was." Reviewer from Los Angeles, CA, USA
"...A stunning APCS review book. ...I'm delighted to have copies to use with my students. Highly recommended!" Reviewer from Kent, WA
"...Your students will build confidence for the AP Computer Science Exam with this review and practice resource. ...The hints for exam-taking are extremely helpful and will benefit the student as well as the teacher new to the AP CS curriculum. And, yes, we 'seasoned' teachers also benefit from reviewing this chapter! The remaining chapters include superb reviews of the topics covered on the exams." Reviewer for apcentral.collegeboard.com.
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