Cracking the AP U.S. History Exam, 2013

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Random House, Aug 7, 2012 - Study Aids - 432 pages
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If you need to know it, it's in this book. Cracking the AP U.S. History, 2013 Edition includes:

• 2 full-length practice tests with detailed explanations
• In-depth history review of key and terms and concepts organized by time period, including the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the creation of government and early democracy, the Civil War and Reconstruction, the Machine Age, the early twentieth century, post-World War America, and more
• Winning strategies to help you crack the multiple-choice section
• Detailed coverage of both essay types—DBQ (document-based questions) and free-response questions
• Updated strategies which reflect the AP test scoring change

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About the Advanced Placement Program
Cracking the Essay Questions an Overview
Cracking the FreeResponse Questions
The Road to Independence 17501781
Beginnings of Modern American Democracy T 824 844
Heading Toward the Civil War and Reconstruction T 845 877 1 19
The Machine Age 18771900
I4 The Postwar Period and into the Twentyfirst Century 19452001
Key Terms and Concepts
THE Pnmcstow Rswsw AP U S Hmonv PRACTICE TESTS AND Awswrns
Practice Test T 233
Answers and Explanations

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Tom Meltzer has taught for The Princeton Review for over 11 years. He is one of several authors of The Best 331 Colleges and has written numerous tests, manuals and other materials for Princeton Review courses.
Paul Foglino has also taught for The Princeton Review for more than a decade and has authored tests and materials for many of its courses, most recently for the MCAT.
Paul and Tom are also musicians; they perform together in a band called Five Chinese Brothers.

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