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Varsity Tutors can help you connect with a highly qualified AP US History tutor to help your child do their best in their AP US History course whether this means studying and reviewing weekly material or preparing for the final exam. AP US History tutoring gives your child the unique academic advantage of receiving individualized instruction for an important and complex class. If you've been looking for "AP US History tutoring near me" with very little success, you already know it can be a challenge to find local AP US History tutors. Fortunately, online AP US History tutoring provides the same personalized instruction as that provided by a local AP US History tutor. To connect with a highly qualified AP US History tutor, contact Varsity Tutors today. Continue reading for more information on the value of AP US History tutoring.

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The student's AP exam was coming up on Wednesday, so he wanted to get through as much review as possible. I looked through his practice exam from class which he said he had some trouble with, but according to his teacher, everyone was about on the same level. I specifically reviewed the Civil War and WWI with him because he felt these were weaker areas for him. I'm also glad we reviewed later material, because I heard one of the free response questions was about Ronald Reagan.
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Today, the student and I covered the era from the roaring 20's to the second world war, focusing on FDR and Hoover's policies to counteract the oncoming Depression. She consistently demonstrates an ability to explain ideas succinctly and efficiently. I believe this will be reflected in her scores on the exam. I look forward to next week, where we will be studying mid 20th century American politics.
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Today was my first session with the student. After introductions and asking some basic questions, we went over his summer assignments for the U.S. history class he is taking this next school year. He has to read the first three chapters of the book, read another book and also memorize all the U.S. presidents in order. I asked him to list all the U.S. presidents in order that he could, while I gave him clues before telling him the answer and filling in details about the importance of each president. I wrote a list of all the presidents for him to memorize. I then assigned to read the first half of the first chapter of his textbook by next week's session, when I will quiz him on it. I asked him questions and helped explain the background during the Age of Exploration. We created a basic study schedule. We then did some exercises out of his A.P. U.S. history study book, while I explained some tips about finding answers. I then asked him some questions about his interest in history.
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The student had a really great last session. It's obvious that he's put in time reviewing the chapters independently and his knowledge of colonial America is really coming together now. Although dates are still fuzzy, his concept of the evolution of colonial America is growing constantly stronger and he is very aware of the major trends (social, economic, religious) that define the region and change over time. He has done a very good job retaining material we covered in past sessions and we spent much of this session on worksheets that required him to synthesize large amounts of material and analyze similarities and differences among the colonies and three main regions. We paid special attention to the changing shape of religion over the centuries, including the Great Awakening as one of the first pan-colonial movements. Next time, we'll be working on memorizing some of the more important dates in colonial history and preparing him for his first exam.
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Today, he and I discussed the structure of his AP US History course and what he had covered so far. Each week, they have a list of IDs that they must write a brief paragraph on, identifying the term and stating its historical significance. We reviewed a few of his previous terms and then moved onto some of the new terms, including mercantilism, slave codes, King Philip's War, and Bacon's Rebellion. We discussed the importance of economic systems to everyday life, the role of Bacon's Rebellion in solidifying a racial system, the motivations of colonizers, and why it's important to study these things. He is a very bright student who knew the material and thoughtfully answered questions.
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We covered material related to what she is covering in class, specifically the pre colonial era. We also spent time going over multiple choice questions strategies and techniques. The student seemed to feel more knowledgeable after the end of the session with answering multiple choice questions and I left her with some studying/reading techniques to use until our next session.
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AP United States History courses require that you learn about all aspects of American history, from American Indian societies through to the post-Cold War world, and numerous important events in between. In addition to fulfilling your AP US History course requirements, you will likely sit for the AP US History exam at the conclusion of your academic year. With the high demands of both the class and test, you may want to consider hiring a private tutor. AP US History tutors are knowledgeable and skilled in United States history itself and in strategies for how to be successful on AP exams.

At the start of your tutoring, it is important to choose a qualified tutor who is dedicated to strengthening your performance on the AP exam and within the classroom. These tutors know the AP US History test content inside and out, and they can talk you through any difficult moments you may encounter by teaching you in a way that works with your own personal learning style. Are you a visual learner? Your tutor will provide many images and possibly videos when planning your sessions. No matter your learning habits and style, your tutor can work to develop the best academic tools for your success. While your tutor relates the content of your AP US History course to you in the most helpful way, he or she can also teach you proven test-taking strategies. Your tutor can also prepare you for the types of essay prompts you will encounter on the test, helping you learn how to gather relevant information, plan, and write a high-scoring essay within the timeframe given on the AP US History exam.