Thursday, April 29, 2010

More Review Resources

Don't forget to look a couple of posts down to find the original post of review resources, but I thought I'd create another post of more links to help you review.

The following link will take you to a teacher's website where there are online quizzes for each chapter. When you finish the quiz the website grades it and tells you the correct answers. If you don't know why the answer is correct you can look it up in your notes, your textbook and/or your AP review guide.

http://classes.burrburton.org/Social_Studies/dmiceli/AP%20Psychology/AP%20Psychology%20WebTest/Index.htm


The following link will take you to another teacher's website with review resources on each chapter. Some parts are a bit confusing, but you can select a couple of key chapters such as BIOLOGICAL and RESEARCH METHODS and use these resources to get another perspective.

http://www.cvs.k12.mi.us/Atrevathan/ap_psych_review.htm


This comprehensive site was created several years ago so you must ignore the date and other details about the exam, but the review sections on each part of the course are helpful.

http://wchs.woodfordschools.org/apreview/default.htm#brain

More online multiple choice quizzes on each section of the material. You can quiz yourself on whichever chapters you find most helpful.

http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/MCquizeshome.htm

Scribid has some nice AP Psych Review resources. Here is a link to a 27 page review document which will help you solidify key knowledge about research methods, history of psych and biological psych... really important sections of the exam.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/11254437/AP-Psychology-Review-Part-1#about