Barron's how to Prepare for the AP United States History Advanced Placement Examination
A full-length model exam is presented with all questions answered and explained. This manual also offers new expanded advice to help students succeed on essay questions, with instructions on how to analyze a question, then focus the essay so that it speaks directly to the subject. Practice and review questions are given and answers are provided. The book's additional features include a survey and time line of U.S. history, advice on analyzing multiple-choice questions, and an extensive glossary. This new edition contains additional new multiple-choice questions with answers.
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Part Two Preparing for the Advanced Placement Examination
Part Three Reviewing United States HistoryChronological
The Era of the American Revolution 17631789
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