Well, I am new to the whole forum thing here at Course-notes. I have a experienced in my APUSH class that during exams there have been people who have not read any of the chapters and still do better than me. In my class my teacher sets up each (multiple choice) exam to be consisting of 2 of the previous chapters. He takes questions from practice books for APUSH and puts them in the test. I am wondering how I should study for these test and what factors could be depriving me of my higher grade? My teacher gives us individual chapter oral reading quizzes. Then he makes the exams based on the last 2 chapters. Usually he gives about 2-4 days to read the chapter and finish a study guide w/vocab and short answer questions and take the oral quiz. Luckily and possibly unfortunately, I have this class after lunch. Should I eat before the quizzes/exams and what should I be doing to prepare for the quizzes/exams at lunch if or if not at all?
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