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Best APUSH study plan?

coolapple1coolapple1 Registered User Posts: 347 Member
edited March 2011 in History & Social Sciences
Haha this will be an odd question, but what's the best way to cram everything before the exam?
Like--should I slowly read each chapter everyday until the exam? (from my APUSH book)?
Or should I read the wikinotes (will be faster) and I could read them multiple times!
What's the best way everyone?! :)
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Replies to: Best APUSH study plan?

  • YaziinyzYaziinyz Registered User Posts: 106 Junior Member
    Read 4 chapters a day. Then, test yourself on the four chapters with a practice test (that your text book should come along with.)
    If you read notes, you'd miss important details that the US History AP test includes.
  • coolapple1coolapple1 Registered User Posts: 347 Member
    The test is in over a month and there are ~ 40 chapters. I'd be done in 10 days--isn't that pushing it too much?
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