Okay, in my Ap world history class we do 3-4 DBQ's per unit, and take notes. This is also accompied by one ever helpful study island session. This is not a lot of work, and therefore I'm not complaining. However, when test time comes around the class is generally unprepared and usually bombs. Now I know we should study on our own and am all for that, but what are some helpful hints or strategies for taking these tests?
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