Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it is an engaging course that strengthens student's understanding of history. This course also adds relevance to history by drawing connections to past events to the present and discussing whether certain bills, acts, or laws.
The highlights of this course was learning about the beginnings of the United States of America. The idea of liberty, life, and the pursuit of happiness was a revolutionary idea, back then. We learned the efforts made to establish a free nation, which seemed nearly impossible to the fearsome British militia, but the Americans still prevailed. Overall I think this was a very invigorating lesson because it stood as an example that anything in life is possible if you put hard work into it.
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Advice for students:
If you decide to take the AP U.S. history class make sure you are being attentive to the details and information you are learning. Make sure you draw connections to the relevance and overall theme of the historical events you come across. Lastly, immerse yourself in this course and enjoy it, because it is an opportunity to understand the U.S. foundation and how it can affect your future.