Roadmap to the Regents: Global History and Geography

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The Princeton Review, 2003 - Social Science - 273 pages
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If Students Need to Know It, It's in This Book
This book develops the global history and geography skills of high school students. It builds skills that will help them succeed in school and on the New York Regents Exams.

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·content review based on New York standards and objectives
·a detailed Hit Parade — a list of important people, places, and events
·four complete practice New York Regents Exams in Global History and Geography

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The Basics
Cracking the MultipleChoice Questions
Cracking the Thematic Essay
Cracking the DBQ
Global History Review
Geography Review
Exams and Explanations
Practice Regents Exam 1
Answers and Explanation to the Practice Regents Exam 1
June 2001 Regents Exam
Answers and Explanations to the June 2001 Regents Exam
August 2001 Regents Exam
Answers and Explanations to the August 2001 Regents Exam
January 2002 Regents Exam
Answers and Explanations to the January 2002 Regents Exam

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