This set of more than 430 flash cards offers both review and practice for the AP Computer Science A exam. The cards include string manipulation, list handling, Java keywords, inheritance, and polymorphism. Concepts on the front of each card are defined and explained on the reverse side. Additional exam practice comes from 100 sample problems, with solutions on the reverse side.
The cards have a punch hole in one corner that accommodates an enclosed metal key-ring-style card holder, allowing students to arrange the flash cards in any sequence that suits their study needs. Here is a valuable study aid, whether used alone or in tandem with Barron's AP Computer Science A exam review book.
|Publisher:||Barrons Educational Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.10(w) x 5.70(h) x 2.90(d)|
About the Author
Roselyn Teukolsky has an M.S. degree from Cornell University, and has been teaching programming and computer science since 1980. She has published articles in The Mathematics Teacher and in the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Yearbook. She is the author of Barron’s ACT Math and Science Workbook and co-author of Barron’s SAT 1600: Aiming for the Perfect Score. She has received the Edyth May Sliffe Award for Distinguished Mathematics Teaching and the Alfred Kalfus Distinguished Coach Award from the New York State Math League (NYSML).