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5 Steps to a 5 AP Us History, 2015 Edition (5 Steps to a 5 on the Advanced Placement Examinations Series) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 11. September 2014


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Daniel P. Murphy teaches U.S. History at Hanover College in Hanover, Indiana.

Stephen Armstrong is an AP History teacher, supervisor of social studies at Hall High School and two middle schools in West Hartford, Connecticut, and an adjunct professor of history at Central Connecticut State University.


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HASH(0x91a478dc) von 5 Sternen Huge Disappointment 30. August 2014
Von R. Mestdagh - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As a teacher of APUSH, I had been anticipating the release of this book for weeks, as I've been a fan of 5 Steps to a 5 in the past and have recommended it most often to my APUSH students. When the initial release date (August 21) passed, I was concerned that there might be a problem with the book; but I assumed that McGraw-Hill was simply making a few last minute updates. Receiving this edition one week "late" in the mail was not the end of the world. Upon receiving this book, however, I am thoroughly disappointed. For while there are three full-length practice tests, the questions at the end of each chapter are multiple choice only (no short answers, long essays, or document-based questions) and there are only five at that. Furthermore, the multiple choice questions that are included are based on the pre-2015 format--i.e. multiple choice questions without a stimulus prompt. What's the point of having a 2015 edition that "Matches The New Exam" (according to the cover), if you aren't going to give students questions that match the new exam?

I have purchased all the available review books thus far that reflect the 2015 updates; seeing as the College Board has been less than helpful to teachers in this regard. Here is how I rank them:
1) AMSCO (John Newman) is the best. This book offers eight stimulus-based multiple choice questions and six short answers per chapter (not period), and 6-10 long essays and a DBQ for each period of history. The drawback to this book, however, is that students cannot purchase an answer key (teachers can obtain one through the publisher, but it must be shipped to a school). There is also only one full-length practice exam.
2) Kaplan is also good, as it offers five practice tests and 7-15 stimulus based multiple choice questions, at least two short answers, and either a long essay or a DBQ's for each period of history. This is what I will recommend to my students this year, as I will likely keep the AMSCO for myself to use for in-class assessments.
3) Barron's is pretty substandard, for while it does offer three practice tests, it only offers 2-3 stimulus based multiple choice questions and zero short answers, long answers, DBQ's per period of history.
4) 5 Steps to a 5, is the worst of the bunch with three practice tests, and no stimulus based multiple choice, short answers, long essays, or DBQ's associated with each period of history.

In the end, this was the book I wanted most, and maybe my high expectations are to blame for my extreme disappointment. I will presume though, that others will feel the same way and I hope that McGraw-Hill releases a much improved 2016 version next year!
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HASH(0x919295dc) von 5 Sternen DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS BOOK! 30. August 2014
Von Beth Parmer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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5 Steps to a 5 has always been one of my recommended review books. However, this edition is an extreme disappointment. The book includes only two practice exams that correspond to the redesigned curriculum and test. The individual review chapters still have the old style multiple choice questions. There are no short answer questions, long essays, and DBQs. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS BOOK!
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HASH(0x920595a0) von 5 Sternen NOT UPDATED - a lie and a sham 11. März 2015
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This used to be a great book but it is NOT updated for the new exam. That's the real fault, especially since it claims to be. There are 2 new style practice tests but even these are weak. The do not contain the same number of new style MC questions that the exam is supposed to have (35). The DBQs have very short documents. I purchased one copy via my school as I teach AP US History. Maybe a newer edition will redeem the legendary status it used to have. Princeton Review is slightly better. Kaplan is better.
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HASH(0x91a52534) von 5 Sternen Not the best review book out there 22. März 2015
Von MCS1968 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Not the best review book out there. I have gone through all the prep books very thoroughly for my APUSH students and this one does not impress me. Many of the stimulus selections are much longer than they will be on the true exam, there are few practice questions, and there needs to be more balance with the second half of the test.
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HASH(0x91aab5b8) von 5 Sternen be aware 16. September 2014
Von Barbara - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This item's unit by unit self evaluation utilizes old format {Pre Redesign questions} - though there are full length tests which do have the new stimulus based question prompts.
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