AP US History

End of Semester Information

Important Dates

November 19th - Last Benchmark Due Date of the Semester
November 23-27 - Thanksgiving Break
November 30th - Last day to turn in bonus and remediation Items
December 1 - Last day to turn in late work for November 19th Benchmark
December 2nd - Final Exams

Final Exam Review


Complete the Drills for topics through Reconstruction.

You will earn 10 points for every 100 Shmoints you earn.

Our class code is cf4ac.

Final Exams

Final exams open Wednesday, December 2nd @ 12:00 am and close Thursday, December 3rd @ 11:59 pm. Exams are only available during that one day time frame.

· Once the exam opens it must be completed within the time-frame allotted for your course. Please check this and be sure you have enough time to complete the exam PRIOR to opening it.

· There are NO extensions. There are NO exemptions.

· Be sure that you complete your exams using a trusty computer with a trusty connection – NO EXCUSES!!!

· You need to make sure you have the latest Java version and latest browser version, preferably Chrome or Firefox.

· Objective Final Exam (20%) The objective final exam (multiple choice) is a cumulative exam covering all of the material covered this semester. The format of the exam is very similar to the exams you are used to taking. To prepare for the exam, use any notes you have, take a look at the review sections of the content, and listen to corresponding Synchronous Sessions. Revisit your assignments for all units as well as re-read the quiz and test feedback (very useful). See your Course News for more review items.

How do I bring my grade up?

- Complete all course work remaining.

  • - Review for the final exam which counts 20% of your grade.
  • - View synchronous sessions. Each one contains a bonus and remediation item.
  • - Submit bonus work to the dropboxes for the the module which corresponds to the content topic for your work.
  • - Complete Drills on Shmoop under AP US History. Earn one test replacement grade with a high Shmoop Drill score (all drills must be completed for the entire topic). Practice with exercises, games, and domain tests prior to taking the benchmark. Submit a screen shot of your score via email to me.