Before we get to those guidelines, a final word from Darril Wilburn, a high school history teacher in Bardstown, New York. ... Think of each question and each bit of detail and each morsel of fact as an addition to your score; do not think of everything you ... You should plan to write five paragraphs for each of the three essay questions, and plan to go into special detail in each of the paragraphs on the DBQ.
|Title||:||Cracking the AP U.S. History|
|Publisher||:||Princeton Review - 2000-01-25|