AP US History 5 Steps to a 5

AP US History 5 Steps to a 5

By gWhiz, LLC

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2010-04-06
  • Current Version: 4.2.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 49.63 MB
  • Developer: gWhiz, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
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From 51 Ratings

Description

Let 5 Steps To A 5 kick your studying into high gear! Whether you've been studying for months or you are just beginning to prepare, this app will get you where you want to be. With 500 flashcard-style questions closely aligned to the material in the current AP U.S. History exam, this study tool is a comprehensive guide designed to test your current knowledge and master any unfamiliar material. Install the free version today and jumpstart your studying! We have provided a limited free version of the app that you can try before deciding to upgrade. This version includes a limited amount of practice questions and basic progress metrics. By upgrading to the Premium Version with a one-time, in-app purchase you will receive lifetime access to: • 230+ practice questions with detailed explanations • 500 flashcards from each category you’ll see on test day • Document-based questions • An extensive list of tips designed to make your test day as successful as possible • Detailed results tracking showing your strongest and weakest areas The questions and corresponding explanations are organized according to 18 major time periods in America's history, allowing for closer focus on weak areas. Need more review of, say, the Early English Colonies or the Civil War? Then select these time periods for intensive review. About the author: Scott E. Demeter, teaches in North Jersey, where he also resides. His major areas of educational focus include honors-level and advanced placement programs in the areas of American History, World History, and United States Government.

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  • Awesome

    5
    By B Step
    This app helped me a lot. Studying using it the month before helped me get a 4 without studying at all the week before the exam.
  • No Subscription and Pure Success!!!

    5
    By Alan Raterink
    Hello! I am just writing a quick review to express the fact that I was very pleased to finally have a learning app that lets you try it for free, then buy once. I feel like I'm going bankrupt with all the subscription software business models now, and wanted to give you guys a tip if the hat for making this affordable! It helped me tremendously with my testing this past Friday!
  • The book

    5
    By Puffy_panini
    Similar to the prep book but less overwhelming!!
  • Lifesaver

    5
    By MAMAMMAMAMAMAMAMAMAMA
    Literally helped me so much with the AP US test this year. I'm so glad I got this app
  • The review

    5
    By abigail3476
    This app is amazing. It makes everything so much more convenient and fun!
  • Dissatisfied...

    1
    By Kmh1123
    The app is fantastic during the trial period of 24 hours, however after that you are locked out of the review materials. To pay the premium is 10 dollars, and honestly I feel there should be no cost to be effectively prepared for an exam. The exam itself is quite expensive, so I'm disappointed that students have to pay additionally for review materials to be successful on the exam. This is meant to help students, not to profit off of their ambitions to learn.
  • 5 steps to a 5

    5
    By Bailey41901
    This app is amazing even with just the free trial. This company has honestly been a lifesaver for me all year, so I highly recommend this company, for all of their products ARE VERY HELPFUL. If this app is doing its justice for you though, you should try the actual physical book!
  • Very good!

    5
    By orangepeel2
    Set up exactly like a history AP exam. Very useful.
  • Great!

    5
    By Emma230870
    This is a great app that helps you study for APUSH!
  • Ignorant and WRONG

    1
    By Fknyoo
    Ridiculous! This app has an assessment pre-test. The very first question asks if most Native Americans pre-contact with Europeans were stationary or nomadic?" The answer they claim is that the Native Americans were mostly "nomadic". That is a complete lie...and a serious lie. The first Spanish explorers encountered huge Native farming towns that were all permanently based in the American South. Many of these towns were 100's of years old when the Spanish arrived. Likewise, the Hopi, the Navajo and other large southern tribal nations were also permanently-based in adobe houses/towns. All the big tribes along the Pacific coast were permanently based with clear territories so separated they had entirely different languages than neighboring tribal nations. In fact the only large tribes that were not permanently based were some plains Indians. One reason many of the Plains Indians were nomadic was because Western settlers had pushed them west in a domino effect 100 years earlier. Tribes like the Sioux were actually permanently based in the eastern woodlands before they were pushed westward by settlers and became nomadic buffalo hunters. When the displaced Sioux arrived in the plains, they encountered the large permanent farming towns of the Mandan people. Likewise, most eastern woodlands tribes were permanently based in large fortified towns, farming and living in cities with long houses when first encountered by Europeans. This is a very serious lie to state that most tribes were nomadic. This lie implies that the Native American people had no permanent land base and it was appropriate, therefore, to take their land. Europeans migrated from Africa according to modern scientific genetic history... Are the Europeans therefore nomads? I was a professor of Native American history, and the false history represented here is Ignorant. Wrong. McGraw-Hill, the company name on the app-icon, also makes textbooks for children. For their information about American history to be so seriously and utterly wrong is just sad.

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