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Welcome to #11 in a series of update newsletters from EMAIL NEWSLETTER #11, DECEMBER 2011
You'll find some great resources here;
FAQ'S for AP Teachers
An AP Course Study Guide
An AP Course Outline
Worked Answers to AP Exam Q's
AP Subscription Materials

You can see my class results over the years here.

Want to improve your students' scores? Take a look at this document for some philosophical and practical advice;
Teaching AP Chemistry The English Way

LET'S BE FRIENDS! now on facebook

I've been tweeting all things chemistry for a while now. Make sure you miss nothing by following me on


'How To Make a Universe With 92 Ingredients' WINS The School Library Association Of The UK's Information Book Award for 2011!
Book wins BOTH the 12-16 age group category AND the OVERALL award!

Having been nominated in April of 2011, I learned in September that '92' had won the inaugural Information Book Award presented by the SLA. In November I travelled to London to accept the award.

You can read more about the award and the results, here.

The book can be purchased from Amazon. Also available in paperback!

SAT Chemistry Prep Book In The Pipeline
Latest writing project coming soon.

Look out for a new book from me in 2012 that deals with preparing for the SAT Subject Test in Chemistry.

Still under wraps right now, hopefully it will be out in the first half of 2012. More to follow on that soon, but suffice to say that the last few chapters are in the throes of being completed as I type this newsletter.

'The Periodic Table: Elements With Style', Continues To Amaze. Almost A Quarter Of A MILLION Units Sold!
New flashcards, plus sales figures skyrocket!

You may have seen that the flashcards to accompany my first book, 'The Periodic Table: Elements With Style', were released a couple of months ago. That was exciting enough in itself, however I also recently learned that the sales figures for units of all types (paperback, hardcover and flashcards) are climbing toward the quarter of a million mark, and current sand at 225,000 - absolutely astonishing! EMAIL NEWSLETTER #11, DECEMBER 2011