We are pleased to announce the introduction of our new publication, MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS AND TOPICAL REVIEW IN PREPARATION FOR THE AP COMPUTER SCIENCE PRINCIPLES EXAMINATION - 1ST EDITION.
The book has 20 chapters that are divided into three groups. The first group of four chapters gives an overview of the course along with explaining the free-response section of the AP Exam, which involves uploading two separate student-developed computational artifacts along with answers to specific questions about these artifacts. This section provides guidance and does not have any multiple-choice questions.
The second group has 14 focus chapters that review the Seven Big Ideas of the AP Computer Science Principles course. Each chapter briefly reviews the main concepts, explains some common pitfalls and then provides 12 or more questions on each focus topic for a total of 180 focus questions.
The third section presents 148 sample multiple-choice questions in the format of the End-Of-Course AP CSP Examination, divided into two Examinations of 74 questions each.
This first edition has a total of 328 multiple-choice questions, providing your students with a vast amount of varied questions to assist in preparing for the exam. Separate student Answer Keys for the multiple-choice questions accompany each class order.
Also available for your students is the STUDENT'S SOLUTIONS MANUAL TO ACCOMPANY MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS AND TOPICAL REVIEW IN PREPARATION FOR THE AP COMPUTER SCIENCE PRINCIPLES EXAMINATION -1ST EDITION. It provides detailed explanations for each question in the book. The author of these books is Leon Schram, who has authored 7 editions of the D & S Marketing preparation book for AP Computer Science (A). For the last 30 years Leon Schram has taught AP Computer Science, along with Cisco Networking, Webmastering and Multimedia courses.
The questions in this first edition are as demanding, or more demanding, as students will find on the actual AP Computer Science Principles exam. It will enable your students to be better prepared. Why not give your students the edge?