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If you're truly in a stretch for time, ignore the time period 1980-present, I only saw a couple of questions on the time period on this year's test. Remember, the reason why we hate textbooks is that they're long, dry, and dull, we don't want our notes to mimic them. I can partly attribute my 5 to this. #13 nintybandfreak Registered User Posts: 16 New Member September 2013 I wish I saw this when I was taking APUSH! 0 Reply Share on Facebook . 403 Forbidden..
4. If you've done well in history with little to no preparation, stick with what you're doing (if it ain't broke, don't fix it). Schmalbach: Books or REA's AP U.S. Anything to take the stress off of tomorrow's test [size=+1]be prepared for crunch time[/size] Bring two sharpened pencils, 2 black pens, a watch that doesn't a have an alarm, and an up to date photo I.D. Read each section, take note of any big ideas that pop out at you/contribute to summarizing the chapter as a whole . show. if you're testing at another school 0 Reply Share on Facebook . #3 awesomeirl Registered User Posts: 214 Junior Member July 2013 [size=+2]BONUS PART: Cramming like crazy[/size] A likely scenario that you might be facing is that you kind of sort of procrastinated when it came to studying. Here's the link: AP US History / SAT II Flashcards - Over 1,000 Handmade Flashcards One more thing.
Step 2:Write general questions to general ideas that appear to you. I read chapters once as they were assigned, annotated chapter outlines I found online (my teacher accepted these as notes lol), and memorized Crash Course a week before the test. 0 Reply Share on Facebook . #12 emmetstar Registered User Posts: 39 Junior Member September 2013 So basically I took AP World last year, and read like a quarter of the book. Home>>Ebook. #7 awesomeirl Registered User Posts: 214 Junior Member July 2013 I never mentioned that you had to do everything exactly (its not humanly possible, some of the advice here doesn't have to be applied linearly, not to mention that I've completely dismissed being nit picky with details. However, I've found that the APUSH exam requires ALOT of memorization of terminology, events, and significant figures and it puts much less significance on analysis than the AP World Exam .This annoyed me, but I sucked it up, did an intensive review of Colonial America terms/events (a period that I was particularly weak in) and LO AND BEHOLD, I had to use them for one of the FRQ's.
I've detracted a bit from his method since I'm a bit neurotic when it comes to notetaking (thus my especially long notes) and you can do so too. Users also downloaded these books!!!. Now when I say write a question, I don't mean a really detailed, mundane one like "what color was Robert E. 0 Reply Share on Facebook . The ultimate point is that you're supposed to do well in your class and isolate and overcome your key weaknesses (be it with specific time periods, essay writing, etc).
To study for the AP test I handmade over 1,000 flashcards that are divided into 13 units of study. Use information within the period Honestly,this should be obvious though its easy to use information a few years early or too late, it happens to the best of us (including me) 3.Be as specific and concise as possible. History Crash Course AP U.S. If you can write a conclusion under time constraints, do it, just try not to introduce new ideas. Are the copies of the books you have legal to share? I don't want to do anything wrong.