Study Guides for the AP US History Exam!
The AP U.S. History course and exam have changed! Created to align with the new exam content, and written by the experts at The Princeton Review, Cracking the AP U.S. History Exam arms you to take on the test and achieve your highest possible score.
- 2 full-length practice tests with detailed answer explanations
- Pacing drills to help you maximize your points
- End-of-chapter drills for targeted review
Princeton Review - 2014
AP U.S. History Crash Course is perfect for the time-crunched student, the last-minute studier, or anyone who wants a refresher on the subject! Are you crunched for time? Have you started studying for your Advanced Placement U.S. History exam? How will you memorize all those facts and important historical events before the test? Do you wish there was a fast and easy way to study for the exam AND boost your score? If this sounds like you, don?t panic. REA?s AP U.S. History Crash Course is just what you need. With our Crash Course, you can study the subject faster, learn the crucial material, and boost your AP score - all in less time.
Research and Education Association - 2015
This extensive test prep manual covers the redesigned AP United States History curriculum, starting in 2014-2015, and will prepare students for the new exam being offered in May of 2015.
- Two full-length practice tests with all questions answered and explained
- Test-taking strategies for answering both the test's multiple choice, short answer, long essay, and document-based questions
- A detailed review of U.S. history, from pre-contact American Indian societies and the evolution of Colonial society, the American Revolution, the pre-Civil War economic structure of the United States and the slavery issue, the Civil War and Reconstruction, the growth of industrial America, the United States and its Empire, World War I, the Great Depression, World War II, the Cold War, American Liberalism and its decline, America in the age of Clinton, Bush, and Obama, and much more
Barron's - 2014
Students preparing for the Advanced Placement U.S. History exam will welcome this revised and updated set of flash cards. The cards encompass the entire AP course and offer students the flexibility to study American history in ways not available with textbooks and study guides. The 500 cards run chronologically from the Colonial era of the early 1600s to the present day, and are divided into seven general categories: Arts and Sciences, Domestic Policies, Presidential Matters, Wars and Foreign Relations, Economy and Business, Legal Issues, and Society and Culture. They are numbered and labeled so that students can arrange them within a chronological time frame or according to any of the above-noted categories. Students can use the enclosed metal ring to rearrange the cards in any order that fits their study needs. Each card has a small corner punch hole to accommodate the ring.
Petersons Guides - 2011