5. You now have built the foundation for a successful Coalition of Points. Taken together, the 41 key terms, AA history and women's history will generate at least 30 multiple-choice questions and key parts of free-response questions. I now recommend that you go to Chapter 27 in Crash Course and review it's list of key works of literature and art. This chapter generated 6 multiple-choice hits on last year's exam. Don't neglect this list. It is very handy and very concise.
5. At this point you can go in several different directions. One strategy is to continue using the Crash Course thematic chapters as your guide. Review and thematic chapter and then go to Pageant and/or Amsco for further information.
6. Another strategy is to review key chronological periods. The three most important presidents are Andrew Jackson, Theodore Roosevelt, and FDR. Read the Crash Course chapters to identify the key points. Then go to Pageant and/or Amsco. The Amsco chapters are particularly strong on specific chronological periods.