Use this link to access a treasure-trove of information. There are review guides, practice questions, etc. all linked here.
Friday, April 7, 2017
This page is specifically designed to help provide materials to help you review for the AP Exam. Here is a quick explanation for each of the items you will find linked below:
- Unit Guides- these are summaries of important information from each of the units covered on the exam. Contains many of the vocabulary terms, but provides a bit more context/explanation.
- Vocabulary- a list of defined terms for each unit of study
- Free Response- these are the free response questions from the last 10 years and the scoring guides, which identify valid responses
- Practice Tests- this is a practice test and answer key for the multiple choice section. Remember that on the actual exam you will have 45 minutes to complete the 60 questions.
- Supreme Court Cases- a different document than the one you received in class. This might be a good way to review cases and read descriptions for a few cases we didn't get to.
- Web Sites/Online Resources- these are different websites and online materials that might be useful. There are video reviews, practice questions, flashcards, and practice exams.
PRACTICE EXAMS (one more will be added next week)
SUPREME COURT CASES
WEB SITE HELP
- "Hip Hughes History"
- College Board--AP Government and Politics Home Page
- Practice questions by unit (great resource) www.albert.io/ap-us-government
- Daily tips texted beginning on 4/17
- Test to 81010
- Message: @apgovexam
- AP Government review apps (in Apple app store)
- AP U.S. Government: Practice Tests and Flashcards (Free)
- AP Government Review (by Romulus Ed LLC) ($2.99)
Posted by Mr. Carnahan at 12:10 PM
All review sessions will be in my classroom (p-32) and will occur from 2:30-3:15. In the event that my wife births a child this schedule may need to be altered slightly.
- 4/11--Constitutional Underpinnings
- 4/13--Political Beliefs/Behaviors
- 4/18-- Interest Groups, Political Parties, and Media
- 4/20--Congress and the President
- 4/25--Civil Rights and Liberties
- 4/27--Courts and Bureaucracy
- 5/2--Practice test/misc.
- 5/3--Practice test/misc.
Posted by Mr. Carnahan at 11:14 AM