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Using the AP's Key Concepts to study more effectively

One question my clients ask me is how can they get a better grip on all of the material they have to cover for the exam? 472 more words


A Primer for Parents: the APUSH Exam

Today I’m going to give a high-level overview of the College Board’s AP US History Exam (also known as the “APUSH” exam). Parents of students who will take the APUSH exam will find this overview helpful. 1,081 more words



Breaking news: The oaks will outlive us. Other breaking news: that APUSH field trip we took with the rain was very fun. A final piece of news: this one has paragraph breaks.

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Mastering the DBQ: “Source” is your friend

This is the first in a series of posts where I discuss strategies for responding to the DBQ question on the AP US History exam. 804 more words


The Most Difficult Classes at CHS


Whether you are an incoming freshman or a graduating senior everybody has an opinion on what are the hardest classes here at Corvallis High School. 462 more words

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Lincoln Trials "Push" AP U.S. History Students

Last month, students in Mr. Goldberg’s and Mrs. Scudder’s AP US History classes took part in an annual tradition: The Lincoln trials. The trials are an extensive project in which students prepare for and carry out a mock impeachment trial of Abraham Lincoln. 993 more words