5 Steps to a 5: 500 AP US History Questions to Know by Test Day, Third Edition https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1260441954.jpeg 3 2019 9781260441956 500 AP style questions with detailed answer explanations to prepare you for what you’ll see on test day 5 Steps to a 5: 500 AP U.S. History Questions to Know by Test Day gives you 500 practice questions that cover the most essential course material and help you work toward a 5 on the test. The questions parallel the format and degree of difficulty that you’ll find on the actual AP exams and are accompanied by answers with comprehensive explanations. The questions in this book were written by expert AP teachers who know the exam inside and out, so they closely reflect what you’ll see when you’ll sit for the AP U.S. History test. This valuable study guide features: • 500 AP-style questions and answers referenced to core AP materials • Detailed review explanations for right and wrong answers • Close simulations of the real AP exam • Updated material that reflects the latest AP exam
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5 Steps to a 5: 500 AP US History Questions to Know by Test Day, Third Edition

5 Steps to a 5: 500 AP US History Questions to Know by Test Day, Third Edition, 3rd Edition

ISBN10: 1260441954 | ISBN13: 9781260441956
By Scott Demeter

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500 AP style questions with detailed answer explanations to prepare you for what you’ll see on test day 5 Steps to a 5: 500 AP U.S. History Questions to Know by Test Day gives you 500 practice questions that cover the most essential course material and help you work toward a 5 on the test. The questions parallel the format and degree of difficulty that you’ll find on the actual AP exams and are accompanied by answers with comprehensive explanations. The questions in this book were written by expert AP teachers who know the exam inside and out, so they closely reflect what you’ll see when you’ll sit for the AP U.S. History test. This valuable study guide features: • 500 AP-style questions and answers referenced to core AP materials • Detailed review explanations for right and wrong answers • Close simulations of the real AP exam • Updated material that reflects the latest AP exam

Introduction
Chapter 1 Pre-Colombian/Native American History
Chapter 2 Early Exploration and the Spanish and French in the Colonies of the New World
Chapter 3 Early English Colonies
Chapter 4 The Era of Discontent and War for Independence
Chapter 5 The Constitution and Early U.S. Government
Chapter 6 The Era of Good Feelings to the Age of Jackson
Chapter 7 Antebellum Reform Movements
Chapter 8 Antebellum Cultural Movements and Manifest Destiny
Chapter 9 The Mid-Nineteenth Century and the Causes of the Civil War
Chapter 10 The Civil War
Chapter 11 Post–Civil War and Reconstruction
Chapter 12 The Gilded Age and the American West
Chapter 13 U.S. Imperialism and the Progressive Movement
Chapter 14 The First World War and the Roaring Twenties
Chapter 15 The Great Depression and the Second World War
Chapter 16 The Cold War and Postwar America
Chapter 17 Civil Rights, the 1960s, and Vietnam
Chapter 18 End of the Cold War, the 1970s to the Present
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