APUSH News and Resources
THis year's AP test is on May 11th, 2018
Hello and welcome to the 2017-2018 school year. Please feel free to explore the links below and check out the additional resources provided at the bottom of this page for more information on how to tackle the APUSH Exam, by improving your skills or gaining a frame of reference.
key concept outline (KCO)
2015, 2016, 2017 FRQ and answers.
2015 NATION-WIDE A.P. tEST PASS RATE Statistics (aLL EXAMS)
How many people earned a score of a 5? 3? Click below.
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Supreme Court Tissue Box
Side 1: Name of case and year it was decided
Side 2: Basic facts of the case and lower court decision
Side 3: Decision of the Court
Side 4: Justices (names and pictures) who decided with the majority
Side 5: Justices (names and pictures) who dissented
Side 6: Significance of the case
Constitution Tissue Box
Side 1: Article I—Tell me the most important points, include the Elastic Clause
Side 2: Article II—Tell me the most important points
Side 3: Article III—Tell me the most important points
Side 4: Article IV—Explain 3 major points about the relations among the states
Side 5: Article V—How can the Constitution be amended?
Side 6: Article VI—Supremacy Clause
Classroom Timeline Wall improvements
MULTIPLE CHOICE STRATEGIES
Short Answer Questions
- Learning Curve (textbook quizzes) Use this link to register for an account and start taking online quizzes from the textbook publisher. These quizzes should help you review the material after you have read the chapter (and completed any necessary homework).
- AMSCO APUSH Review BookPurchase the 2015 edition of the AMSCO APUSH review book
- Learnerator Online APUSH QuizzesThis new website has high quality stimuli based multiple choice test questions for each time period. Most of the questions are free but the "difficult" questions and diagnostic features require a paid account (currently $19).
- Gilder Lehrman APUSH Review WebsiteThis new review website for APUSH has short video review clips and other resources to help students prepare for unit exams and the AP US History exam.