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History 512:104 History of the United States since the 1860s Professor Isenberg Useful Information in Studying for the Mid-term Exam The following suggestions should help you do your best on the exam. The two exams in this course give you the opportunity to show us what you have learned. Bring your questions to class, or to myself and Allison Miller directly. Exam format : Section 1: Essay . You will write one essay (50 minutes), where you have a choice between two questions. The essay will cover the 1860s through the 1930s, and will ask you to use the broad themes of the course to bring the material together. In this section we are evaluating your ability to analyze the long-term trends and forces of change that have shaped U.S. history. (65 points) Section 2: Identifications . You will have 25 minutes to write on five out of eight I.D.'s. Be as specific as possible identifying the term, and giving the larger historical significance. Five dense sentences can pack in all the information.
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