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Is it possible?

wazmowazmo Registered User Posts: 115 Junior Member
edited February 2008 in AP Tests Preparation
This year I have not learn a single information in my AP U.S. History since my teacher is incompetent at teaching. So, since I was lazy and overwhelmed with my other AP courses, I decided not to pay attention to it and have not even open the text. My question: Is it possible to learn all the information from AMSCO before the AP and SAT II test and actually do well?

Btw, I got a 5 in AP World last year.

Please, give me your input. I'm taking the SAT II US History in May and the AP Exam that following week.
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