STUDY GUIDE FOR HST 2202 FINAL EXAM
The following is the schedule for taking the final exam for HST 2202 in the Fall semester of
Sec 01 (8AM-8:50AM class
) - DECEMBER 7, 7AM-8:50 AM (online on Blackboard)
Sec 03(9AM-9:50AM class
) - DECEMBER 9, 9AM-10:50AM (online on Blackboard)
Sec 05(11AM-11:50AM class)
- DECEMBER 9, 11AM-12:50PM (online on Blackboard)
The final will be available for you to take on Blackboard ONLY during the periods shown in the
If you are a DRC registered student, you will have your designated accommodation.
All technical difficulties (wi-fi or internet down, link does not appear, etc. etc.) concerning
connection to the test on Blackboard are the student’s to solve.
The only exception will be a
documented problem on CPP’s end with the university website.
The 65 test questions will be mostly multiple-choice with some True/False.
A few will be
multiple-answer questions, meaning more than one answer is the correct answer; to get credit you
must choose all the right answers to these questions.
This exam is basically only a generalized review of the work we have done.
are free to consult your notes, texts, the course powerpoints, and pretty much whatever you like
in formulating a response as you take the exam.
Still, for reasons I do not understand, many
students really screw this exam up.
So, be sure you aren’t casual about it.
Be sure to prepare,
just as you would for any other exam.
HERE is a SAMPLE QUESTION based on materials from lecture.
Choose the BEST answer:
Quentin Roosevelt was
a) Franklin D. Roosevelt’s son who led a regiment in the D-Day assault on
His success in driving back a German armored battalion became a
symbol of the US defeat of Germany during World War I.
b) A fighter pilot shot down and taken prisoner during the Vietnam War.
experience being tortured at the prison known as the Hanoi Hilton became
symbolic of the ultimate powerlessness of the American military against the
c) A fighter pilot whose death in combat during World War I and its effect on his
father, Theodore Roosevelt, was a metaphor for the death of American
progressivism and idealism in the wake of World War I.
d) None of the above.
(The correct answer is “c.”)
HOW TO STUDY: