Your complete guide to a higher score on the *AP Environmental Science exam About the book: Introduction Reviews of the AP exam format and scoring Proven strategies for answering matching; problem solving; multiple choice; cause and effect; tables, graphs, and charts; and basic math questions Hints for tackling the free-response questions Part I: Subject Reviews Cover all subject areas you'll be tested on: Earth's systems and resources The living world Population Land and water use Energy resources and consumption Pollution Global change Part II: Practice Exams 3 full-length practice exams with answers and complete explanations Proven test-taking strategies Focused reviews of all exam topics 3 full-length practice examsThere are three types of free-response questions on the exam: ai Data analysis ai Document-based ai Synthesis and ... in the form of a map, table, chart, graph, or written, and you will be asked to analyze and interpret the information in your essay. ... Document-based questions require you to read a real-life document (for example, a magazine or newspaper article) and ... science to respond. Synthesis and Evaluation There are two synthesis and evaluation questions. 9 Introduction.
|Title||:||CliffsNotes AP Environmental Science|
|Author||:||Jennifer Sutton, Kevin Bryan|
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - 2012-04-30|