CLEP History of the United States II

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Research & Education Assoc., Aug 11, 2003 - Study Aids - 232 pages
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CLEP History of the United States II

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I earned a 59 out of 80 on the CLEP test (50 is a pass) for History of the United States II after studying with this book. I'm very grateful these tests are available, and this book series to study with! Read full review


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Lynn Elizabeth Marlowe received her B.A. at New York University, majoring in both International Politics and Classics. She then attended Texas State University where she earned a post B.A. with honors in History Education and teaching certificates in History and English. She earned her master's degree in History from New York University in 1995, concentrating in Modern American and Modern European History. Her master's thesis is on the writings of late 19th-century NYU students and is part of the NYU archives.

Mrs. Marlowe is currently on the faculty of American Military University, which is part of the American Public University System. She taught onsite at several colleges and universities in the Los Angeles area, including Los Angeles City College and Pasadena City College, specializing in Modern U.S. History and Early World History.

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