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AP Biology Flash Cards Cards – 1 Feb 2006


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Amazon.com: HASH(0x96353750) out of 5 stars 18 reviews
25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x95588ccc) out of 5 stars One of the Two Top Flash Card Products for AP Biology 19 Jun. 2008
By Robert Ching - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards
I agree with another reviewer that this is one of the top two flash card products for AP Biology; the other being AP Biology Flashcard Quicklet: Flashcards in a Book for Biology Students. I have used both and here is my review:
1. This Product: This is very good if you like loose cards. The order of the topics covered is rather random. Some cards are very brief, that is, may be for brevity. You have lot of space on the cards to write. There are enough number of cards. You should have already prepared from a Study Guide before trying these cards.

2. AP Biology Flashcard Quicklet: Flashcards in a Book for Biology Students. This is very good if you like flash cards in a book. The answers to the questions are very comprehensive and self-contained. The topics and cards are presented in a logical order. It's an excellent tool for a quick review if you have already prepared from a Study Guide. Because the cards are self-contained, you can use this book with any study guide or without any atudy guide.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x95588d20) out of 5 stars More illustrations might be helpful 26 Jun. 2007
By Jerry L. the Bibliophile - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards
Over 500 cards are present in this big box of cards, and the content is given at the back of the cards. However, I had to use rubber bands to sort out all of the cards by topic (they should have given tabs for the cards), and I would have learned and reviewed everything a lot faster if there are more illustrations and diagrams. Overall, still very good, but not the best. Barron's could have done better.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x961aa4ec) out of 5 stars Great Tool to Prepare for the AP Biology Exam 26 May 2008
By David Kabeer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards
This is a great tool to prepare for the AP Biology Exam, if you like loose cards. If you like flash cards in the book, then I will suggest AP Biology Flashcard Quicklet by Paul Sanghera...I have both of them...and they are great...
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x95588fa8) out of 5 stars Good review tool 8 Jun. 2009
By Sapphie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards
If you've ever taken an AP class before, you know the crazy periods of studying that occur right before the exam. Prep books, class notes, textbooks (heavy, oh god), the whole lot. Carried around everywhere.

This box set of flashcards is a very nice addition to study materials for the exam. I would recommend this set to anyone who is reviewing for the exam, but I did not find that is was useful for learning and last minute facts.

Here's a rundown: Inside the box are 500 flashcards. Each has a small hole in it, so you can slide a set on the included ring. The ring is NOT big enough to hold all 500, but you can easily put a whole larger topic (or a few smaller ones) onto it at one time.

The flashcards are not vocab flashcards, with one word on each side. The front has a concept, and the back has a couple of bullets of information. A couple even have diagrams, like the parts of the cell or a drawing of a dicot stem verses a monocot stem. You have to quint to see where a few of the arrows point, but it's not too bad.

As I saw it, the box set did a pretty decent job of covering all the major areas of biology. It even included a couple of cards on the labs that might be tested.

One thing to keep in mind is that these cards are really useful only if you already know the material. If you find that you don't understand a topic very well, and are looking to review materials to help you get that extra bit of information to put all the pieces together, then these flashcards will not help. The information is brief and devoid of in depth explanation like some of the study books have. If you need more of a 'mini-lesson', then I would suggest getting a real prep book. Barrons makes very thorough ones, but there are other types available.

In short, the flashcards are a good tool to help in preperation for the AP exam, but you definitely need to allow some time to work through all 500.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x95495204) out of 5 stars AP Biology Flash Cards 12 May 2007
By Munir M. Chaudhry - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards
This is really helpful as a study aide! It worth the buy. The cards are really detailed and some of them even have really good diagram/pictures that describe the structures of various things. It's really helpful, especially if you've got a study buddy!
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