AP U.S. Government & Politics Crash Course
AP U.S. Government & Politics Crash Course - Gets You a Higher Advanced Placement Score in Less Time! AP U.S. Government & Politics Crash Course is perfect for the time-crunched student, the last-minute studier, or anyone who wants a quick refresher on the subject. AP U.S. Government & Politics Crash Course gives you: Targeted, Focused Review – Study Only What You Need to Know Crash Course is based on an in-depth analysis of the AP U.S. Government & Politics course description outline and actual AP test questions. It covers only the information tested on the exam, so you can make the most of your valuable study time. Our easy-to-read format covers: Constitutional Underpinnings of the U.S. Government, Political Culture, Federalism, Civil Rights/Civil Liberties, Elections & Campaigns, Congress, and more! Expert Test-taking Strategies Written by a former AP teacher, the author’s question-level strategy and advice explains how to handle the multiple-choice and free-response questions so you can raise your overall point score. Key Terms You Must Know Mastering AP vocabulary terms is an easy way to increase your total score. Our AP expert gives you the key terms all AP U.S. Government & Politics students must know before test day. Take REA’s Practice Exam After studying the material in the Crash Course, go online and test what you’ve learned. Our full-length practice exam features timed testing, detailed explanations of answers, and automatic scoring. The exam includes every topic and type of question found on the actual AP exam, so you know you’re studying the smart way!
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