Is their any suggestions on things to take an extra good look at in these chapters. I do understand it is a fourth of the book.
I'm schooled through a university high school through online correspondance/classes, if that makes any sense, so we only have two tests per semester and the instructor didn't outline much of anything that will be important to study. This is also my first test for this school and first AP class aside from Honors classes I took at a public school last year.
Any suggestions are appreciated. Would going back and reading just the notes again be good enough. I've completed all my work in the past two-three weeks so it is really fresh in my mind still....
With correspondence courses, it's always tough to say since the instructor has pretty much nothing to go on besides test scores - that is to say, it's not easy to study for a test when you don't really know exactly what you'll be getting.
However, like I've told many other people, the thing that always helped me through APUSH was to study the presidents and learn them in order and in what years they served. That provides context for every single section of American history and gives you a framework to build on for what happened during those times.