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5 Steps to a 5—AP® Chemistry

Authors: John T. Moore & Richard Langley

Item #: AP6966 

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The 5 Steps to a 5—AP® Chemistry book helps students succeed on the AP Chemistry exam. This easy-to-follow study guide has hundreds of teaching tips and learning strategies that will help increase students’ confidence for the AP exam.

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AP Teachers’ #1 Choice!

Ready to succeed in your AP course and ace your exam? Our 5 Steps to a 5 guides explain the tough stuff, offer tons of practice and explanations, and help you make the most efficient use of your study time. 5 Steps to a 5: AP Chemistry is more than a review guide, it’s a system that has helped thousands of students walk into test day feeling prepared and confident.

Everything You Need for a 5:

  • 3 full-length practice tests that align with the latest College Board requirements
  • Hundreds of practice exercises with answer explanations
  • Comprehensive overview of all test topics
  • Proven strategies from seasoned AP educators

Study on the Go:

  • All instructional content in digital format (for both computers and mobile devices)
  • Interactive practice tests with answer explanations
  • A self-guided, personalized study plan with daily goals, powerful analytics, flashcards, games, and more

A Great In-class Supplement:

  • 5 Steps is an ideal companion to your main AP text
  • Includes an AP Chemistry Teacher’s Manual that offers excellent guidance to educators for better use of the 5 Steps resources

John T. Moore Ed.D.teaches chemistry at Stephen F. Austin State University in Austin Texas. He is the author of numerous books on chemistry and has served as AP Chemistry reader and chemistry and physical science questions writer for the College Board for many years. Richard Langley PhD teaches chemistry at Stephen F. Austin State University in Austin Texas. He has been a grader for the AP Chemistry exams for over 20 years and is the author or co-author of several chemistry books and research papers.