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Jun. 20th, 2005 | 05:34 pm
posted by: aurona in apnotes

Welcome to apnotes!! I know there won't be much around here until school starts, but it never hurts to prepare. Well, I hope to put up some notes for AP Biology, AP Chemistry, and AP US History before the year begins, so please join and stay tuned!

In case you did not read this on the Info page, I am trying to create ULTIMATE study guides for each of the AP classes, combining information from across the nation into a single set of files. I have actually already started for AP US history and AP biology, but there is still a long long way to go. So please join and we can all help each other ace the exams!

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Cathy Wu

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from: aurona
date: Sep. 18th, 2005 02:42 am (UTC)
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yay, that's the spirit! i'll have some biology notes up soon too, but there can never be enough, right?!

and i'll check your community out. it sounds cool.

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inglorious monkeyface #6400985302

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from: benightedfool
date: Sep. 25th, 2005 07:40 pm (UTC)
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According to this community's userinfo, notes must be f-locked, but people will also be kicked from the community if they're not contributing. So for someone, like myself, who is interested in reading the notes (I'm sure they'll be helpful to non-AP students)... how might that work? Should I not consider this community as a resource? Should I join and post notes from my college-level studies? Should I liberate my allotted frog and teach it how to fly instead of dissecting it? Joke. That last one was a joke. (Of course I'm going to dissect the frog first in order to hollow out its bones so that it could even have a chance at achieving true flight!)

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Cathy Wu

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from: aurona
date: Sep. 29th, 2005 03:50 am (UTC)
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I'm sorry. You are free to stay in the community and I'm sure many of the members would find your notes useful as well, even if they do not pretain directly to AP courses. The f-lock rule is mainly to protect the note-taker's personal information, which might be included in links and whatnot.

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