Sarah is an educator and writer with a Master’s degree in education from Syracuse University who has helped students succeed on standardized tests since 2008. She loves reading, theater, and chasing around her two kids.
Transcontinental Railroad APUSH questions cover the cultural, economic, and political effects of the first railway connecting the east and west coasts.
Dred Scott decision APUSH questions will likely cover the impact this decision had on the social and political climate in pre-Civil War America.
Declaration of Independence APUSH questions will likely cover the principles behind this document that declared the 13 colonies free of British rule.
Homestead Act APUSH questions might relate to the motivations and consequences of westward expansion, as well as sociopolitical questions it raised.
Contextualization is one of the nine historical thinking skills that you need to master. Contextualization APUSH questions span all parts of the exam.
Many test takers dread the AP US History DBQ, but there’s no need to fear! By knowing what to expect, you can come prepared for success.
Read on for an overview of the nine APUSH periods, which have both chronological and thematic organization.
Compromise of 1850 APUSH questions might cover any one of the five laws in this legislation aimed to ease the tensions between free and slave states.
Some Supreme Court cases have had a tremendous and lasting impact on U.S. history. Here are 10 APUSH court cases to know for test day.
Plessy v Ferguson APUSH questions show up frequently on the exam. Read on for everything you need to know about this landmark Supreme Court case.