Wondering what to study from Period 3? Lucky for you, there is an article on the Fiveable website breaking down each of the concepts you'll need to understand for exam day! πŸ™ŒπŸ’«

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Periods 3-8 will each make up about 10%-17% of your exam score, so this is one of the periods that you should focus more time on while studying for the exam.Β 

Don't know how you're going to remember all of these concepts? Don't worry! Here are two study tips to help you with that.

  1. ☝ Make a study group πŸ™‹

Something that I found while taking APUSH was that the concepts I discussed with others were the ones that I remembered and understood the most.Β 

By participating in a study group, you'll be more motivated to study, have more fun studying (I mean it's always fun to study history but studying with friends is just "funner"), and you'll remember more information.

Β  Β 2. ✌ Review past periods throughout the year πŸ”„

As you study Period 3, take time to review concepts from Periods 1 and 2. Try to make comparisons between trends and events as you study from period to period. πŸ”

Continue to review past periods throughout the year and never stop making connections between concepts in history, and you'll be ready for exam day! Making connections between events, trends, etc. to other periods and even current events will also make history a lot more interesting!

Good luck this year and here's a bonus Period 3 meme! πŸŽ‰πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

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