Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Mr. Rexroad was a very good teacher who explained the information we were learning well and kept classroom discussion open.
We covered American history from the time the pioneers settled up to modern presidents and wars. Some of my favorite sections were Settlement, Trail of tears, WWII, Vietnam war, Presidency scandals, Women's Suffrage, and civil rights.
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Advice for students:
There are a few DBQ's (Document Based Questions) that you should always read all the information in the documents and take good notes on before writing the paper. Give yourself plenty of time to write your paper so that it is good quality. Practice the DBQ's timed so that you can get used to having to write them within an hour for the AP exam. Start reviewing for the AP exam as soon as possible because it can be very difficult to retain the information. Do try to learn what Mr. Rexroad is teaching because memorizing information for the test will get you no where on the AP exam.