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eBook CLEP History of the United States I (CLEP Test Preparation) epub
  • ISBN: 0878918965
  • Author: Editors of REA,CLEP
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Research & Education Association (2010)
  • Pages: 352 pages
  • ePUB size: 1180 kb
  • FB2 size 1695 kb
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Comments: (7)
Timberahue
Without this book I would not have passed. I bought the older edition and it is just as good as the newer one!

Passed this CLEP with a 64. I read through this book twice, did practice tests until I scored over 70% on all of them, bought an instantcert subscription (though this book covers much of the material, it is just always good to have the extra reinforcement), and used the Annenberg Media American History videos, and it was MORE than enough to pass!
Siratius
I'm not sure you could necessarily pass the CLEP US History 1 exam with just this book -- the "review" part of the book seems pretty scanty -- but having had it and taken the practice tests certainly made me feel that I was prepared. (I passed!) The detailed explanations of the answers -- why one is right and, just as important, why the other choices are wrong -- are extremely helpful.

I specifically bought this because it is available in a Kindle edition. I'm hoping that more publishers come around to making their books available in this format, which is much more convenient for me than hauling around large paperbacks.

The Kindle edition could be more user-friendly, which is why I only gave it four stars. The discussion of the answers are at the end of the practice tests, but the questions/answers are not repeated, so I had to do some searching back and forth to find the original question. I'm sure that even the printed version of this book would be improved by having the questions appear with the explanations; with the Kindle edition it would make this a five-star purchase.
Cherry The Countess
I was fully aware no single resource would prepare me for every single angle of the US History I CLEP. This book did the best job of balancing time with thoroughness. The 158-page summary of 1500-1877 was near perfect as far as how well it matched the scope of the actual exam. REA did a fantastic job with the three practice tests.

As someone whose brain is wired towards the sciences, I was terrified to take this exam, but I knew I'd have even less endurance for a semester-long course. I procrastinated a disgusting amount, and eventually left myself with less than 48 hours to prepare (and no previous studying or history-related coursework since high school - I'm a senior in college). To my horror, after reading through the 158-page summary the first time around, I took the first practice test and missed 61/120! I panicked. Alas, after reading through the extremely detailed explanations for EACH AND EVERY question - even the ones I got right - suddenly my retention of information began to skyrocket.

The following is my exact 2.5-day crash course study plan. It worked for me - I got a 68. Not too shabby for <16 hours of studying.

DAY ONE:
* 3 hours: Thoroughly read through entire 158-page summary.
* 2 hours: Completed first practice test, read through every single explanation. (I got 61/120 wrong)
* 2 hours: Completed second practice test, read through every single explanation. (Did only slightly better: missed 53/120 questions)

DAY TWO:
* 2 hours: Skimmed 158-page summary. Made list of presidents and under each one wrote down names of important people/policies/events.
* 2 hours: Completed third practice test, read through every single explanation. (missed 45/120 questions)
* 2 hours: Redid all three practice tests (didn't correct them in between. This didn't take long, because I'd spent so long reviewing them all already, I pretty much knew each answer without reading the whole question). Then went through and corrected them all, reviewed the handful I got wrong on each test.

TEST DAY:
* 1 hour: committed list of presidents, their political parties, and dates of terms to memory. This isn't as hard as it sounds. Just learn which ones served 1 or 2 terms, and you'll only have to remember a couple dates and work from there. (i.e. Jefferson was elected in 1800 - you can deduce the rest of the dates from that.)
* 2 hours: reviewed the list of events I outlined on Day 2. Don't try to remember all the dates - try to make sense of each event/policy and why it happened. Eventually you'll find they naturally cluster together in groups, and the order in which they happen begins to make sense without needing as much memorizing. It really helped me to explain the entire timeline out loud in great detail to myself. At this point you'll only need to remember ~around~ when a big event happened, and from there you can deduce all the events surrounding it, and even which presidency it fell under. You will recognize when you make the transition from merely memorizing the history, to actually understanding it. I found the political parties really difficult to memorize until I understood the big picture, then it became a cinch.

AT THE TEST:
90 minutes for 120 questions is plenty of time. As soon as the clock started ticking, I made a list of all the presidents, with their dates, and political parties. Drew lines to separate them by era. I also listed the important wars under their respective president. This was all BEFORE starting the first question. I found this helped tremendously. Instead of reading a question and desperately trying to "place" it in my head, I could just refer to my little outline and find my place. It really helped keep the panic and possibility of "drawing a blank" at bay. I'm glad I bothered learning the party of each president, because it really helped me better place which events took place during which terms.

At the end of the day, I was extremely happy walking out with a 68. For the tiny amount of time I spent preparing, I was not shooting for any higher.

I took off one star from my review because I felt the information could have been slightly better organized. It has the feel of someone going through a textbook and summarizing each section in order - that works if you have a whole semester to work through and process each piece. However, this book is not designed for that. They should have arranged the information in a way more conducive to committing facts to memory. I would have liked to see the information sorted strictly by presidency; they did this to an extent, but not nearly as well as they could have. I ended up doing it myself as described above, but it would have saved a lot of time had they done it that way in the first place. Hope this helped somebody!
Ramsey`s
This book is a "MUST HAVE" for any one taking the Amer history I CLEP test.

If you LOVE (or kind-of like) history, you can pass this CLEP test with this book only, no problem.

If you don't like or HATE history, you MAY need another source of study material. These test are not that hard. Looking up something on the net for Amer history 1492-1865 should pull up any "extra" help that you may need.

Also, the book tells you what the test covers. Study more in your weak areas and you will be fine:

35% - Political institutions and behavior and public policy

25% - Social developments

10% - Economic developments

15% - Cultural and intellectual developments

15% - Diplomacy and international relations
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