AP U.S. History All Access
AP U.S. History All Access - Book + Web + Mobile Everything you need to prepare for the Advanced Placement exam, in a study system built around you! This AP All Access book, and the free online tools that come with it, help you personalize your AP U.S. History prep by testing your understanding, pinpointing your weaknesses, and delivering flashcard study materials unique to you. Review the Book: Study the topics tested on the AP U.S. History exam and learn AP strategies that will help you tackle any question you may see on test day. Visit The REA Study Center for online tools: At the REA Study Center, you can access quizzes, mini-tests, and a full-length practice test. Each of these tools provides true-to-format questions and delivers a detailed score report that follows the topics set by the College Board. Quizzes: 15-minute online quizzes test your immediate grasp of the topics just covered. Mini-Tests: 2 online mini-tests cover what you’ve studied in each half of the book. These tests evaluate your overall understanding of the subject. Full-Length Practice Test: Take our full-length exam to practice under test-day conditions. Available both in the book and online, this test gives you the most complete picture of your strengths and weaknesses. The online version of the exam includes timed testing, automatic scoring, and a detailed score report. e-Flashcards: With your score reports from the quizzes and tests, you can see which AP U.S. History topics you need to review. Use this information to create flashcards for the areas where you are weak and study them from any computer or smartphone. Get started with the 100 cards included with this book. AP All Access is a must-have for students taking the Advanced Placement U.S. History exam.
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