I know that Barron's AP Biology book is very good for DAT studying, but I still want to make sure. Is Barron's AP Biology 6th edition (the latest edition) still good for DAT studying ?
Is cliffs ap bio (3rd edition) + Feralis not enough for bio?
In my experience Cliff's 3rd edition and Barron's AP bio book were both pretty good for getting the basic fundamentals down, it just comes down to a matter of preference. Each covers a bit that the other doesn't, but always try to supplement with another resource to pick up some of the extraneous detail you might not find in either. AP biology books tend to go a little light on detail in physiology sections.
From what I have gathered from this forum, these are the materials that I am going to use for studying (not practicing) BIOL:
Barron 6th edition, Cliff Notes 3rd edition, Campbell textbook, and your notes.
Do you think that those cover all the DAT BIOL materials ?
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I think that would be more than enough for the biology section. Campbell's should be used as a reference for specific sections you want more depth on, I wouldn't try to read the entire thing - it's a huge textbook.