So I just finished two years of post secondary liberal arts. And ive decided to switch to sciences. Yay! However, during high school I regrettably didnt pay much attention to the sciences, and may have even failed a few... So now im at the local community college retaking math and chem 12 and physics for the first time. Now that im actually applying myself and doing the problems I quite enjoy it and have no troubles. However, its not challenging enough. I even began looking over the 12 material and its more of the same. The topics are interesting but the problems are easy. Anyways, I've read a lot of the reviews and sites about the honors and AP physics(B) textbooks used. But it seems they're quite contradictory of each other. Its also unclear which text is used for which level. It seems one may be used for both, in which case im assuming they would divide the topics (or skip the harder problems?). In other cases, at one institution they may use a text for honors, while at a different institution they use that same text for AP. I could see how that would work given that the course was structured accordingly. However, in my situation there will be no lecture or assignments to supplement the text (besides the class that I'm in now which is just skimming the bare essentials). Does anyone have any opinions on the current honors and AP texts being used (Algebra based). Or experience with them? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.