What SHOULD hypothetically be happening if I am hoping to pass…
*an increase of my multiple choice score (look at the last 3 or 4 tests, what have you gotten) *pressing towards a 35 or higher on the multiple choice *at least a 4 on each of the three essays (DBQ, Change over time, Compare/Contrast) -if I DON’T have that, I ask myself “self, what are you doing to correct that”?
*Begin NOW to look through each section of your notebook -reviewing chapter study guides, crash course assignments (perhaps watching again) -review the “BIG PICTURE” pages at the beginning of each period of time in textbook -visit Nunn’s site for textbook book site and look at AP review sites -make an appointment w/ Nunn for a personal evaluation of what you can do to help YOU out
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