Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it gives you a sense of patriotism and pride in your country. I was enriched by the rich history of the United State' rise to becoming a first world and power and it's prosperity as a nation.
The highlight of this course was probably when we learned about World War 2. I was always intrigued by the technology and weaponry used during World War 2. I loved learning about the foreign policy relationships between the allied and axis powers. In addition, I loved learning about the different strategies used by the military during World War 2
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Tips to be successful: 1. Always read through the readings thoroughly. It may seem like a nuisance and bore you, but reading the passages gives you a better understanding of the topic and time period. 2. When preparing for a test, make flashcards with important topics such as foreign policies, important documents, domestic policies and wars. They are always useful. 3. Take useful notes. Write down what you think is most important and make an outline of what you learned in class. 4. Don't be afraid to ask the teacher to slow down! If you missed crucial information and couldn't keep up with the teacher's speed, most of the time teachers will slow down and repeat. Teachers are there to enlighten you on a particular subject as it is part of their job.