I hope I posted this in the right place... Anyways, I have just about finished my junior year of high school, and I have been looking forward to taking another physics course in my senior year. Because the sequence of science textbooks continues with this: https://apologia.securesites.net/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=10 [Broken] that is the textbook my teachers are probably going to give me. Unfortunately, after looking through the table of contents, it looks like it is missing something on fluid dynamics, which is part of the AP Physics-B exam. It may be missing more too (between this and the course I already took, that is, because it splits AP Physics-B into two years), but I caught that immediately. A couple of questions then. Are there any supplements that you can recommend for me to take along with that textbook in order to learn the fluid dynamics I need to learn for the AP Physics-B exam? If there are other deficiencies in the textbook, are there any supplements you can recommend in order for me to make them up too? If there is no better way than to get a different textbook, are there any you can recommend so that my teachers can use that instead? Also, would it be better to take AP Physics-C instead of continuing AP Physics-B (and if so any textbook recommendations)? I've been taking AP Calculus this year, am just about done with it, and have done very well in it, so the math shouldn't be a problem. However, are there any advantages to taking Physics-C instead of continuing Physics-B? Like, do colleges with a good physics deparment look better on a good score for the AP Physics-C exam? Would I just have to retake the equivalent of Physics-C again anyways, and so there is no point in doing it? In addtion, can both parts of Physics-C be completed in one school year? Because I'd rather learn both mechanics and electromagnetism than have to take only one the entire year. I did complete the first physics course offered by the place I linked to in a semester and did very, very well in it, if that is any help information-wise. The main problem is that I really like the way these books teach science. They really do explain the concepts well and make them easy to understand. I wouldn't want to miss out on it, yet I also want to make sure I'm making the most of my education.