The College Board is the official organization for AP exams.
This link provides info on AP US History topics, exam, reading
and writing study skills, sample questions and scoring, and grade
College Board: US History
Detailed info on what to expect, from the College Board.
The College Board provides exam content, sample multiple choice
sample FRQs and DBQs, with scoring guidelines, FAQs and
Test info and questions from the College Board
A good supplement for your reading, but not a replacement for
Course Notes for The American Pageant
A good resource with extras to go with your textbook
American Pageant Supplement
A selection of review strategies for your perusal. You can build
any or all of them into your study routine. The more you put
into this, the more you will get out of it!
This is Mrs. Pojer's amazing quiz website. Use these quizzes to
test yourself, get the correct answer, and puzzle out why the
right answer is the best answer.
Practice tests and info: Click on this link. Under the heading "Careers"
there's an online test prep database students can use for free from anywhere
anytime called "Testing & Education Reference Center." Use this barcode number
to get in: 27565003891323
Once you login, at the top under "High School" you can choose "AP"
Term IDs in chronological order
Well-written daily history tidbits with a focus on
The Writer's Almanac
Multi-media instruction in a wide range of American history
topics, from 1400
to present day.
HippoCampus for AP US History
Plug in the numbers you predict you will have.
AP Score Predictor
In this Chicago style guide, the footnote examples are numbered
and the bibliography examples are not.
Chicago Style Footnote and Bibliography Guide
For help making an annotated bibliography in the Chicago style,
check this link.