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HISTORY 101 AP European History

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    Nov 03, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    I really recommend this course. The advanced placement european history course at TVHS is amazing. We have an amazing teacher and he is able to teach us everything we need to know in time for the AP exams to where you enter the exam knowing that you can pass. He makes sure you understand all of the rubrics for the essays and short answers as well as every unit you have a test at the end that is written to look exactly like the AP exam and he uses released AP exams to make sure his students know what they'll be given at the exam that way they're prepared to pass. The course helps give kids a challenge and helps to give students a more helpful way of how they should be able to study. They'll learn what they need to do to be successful and I highly recommend taking this course at the same time as another AP course because it helps give you an understanding of how to study for not just that one subject, but eventually all of your classes.

    Course highlights:

    The highlights of this course were our teacher's lectures. Every lecture day all of us couldn't wait to find out what new interactive lesson and experience of history we were going to be receiving. I have learned that even though we may not live in Europe their history is just as important as US history. I wouldn't have known all he backstories to WWI and WWII or even how things looked around the world when America was kind of isolating themselves.

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    3-5 hours

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    You need to read the textbook and do all of the questuons every single day for homework even if he doesn't always check the homework. Practice Practice Practice for the essays if you are having trouble. Also STUDY STUDY STUDY line there is no tomorrow because if you don't know what you've been learning by the time you make it into the exam room you're score is going to reflect the amount of studying you spent on that course.

    • Fall 2016
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