Discussion in 'Picture Threads Archive' started by aimeeandbeatles, Apr 24, 2011.
This must be a joke I dont understand
Link to video.
Taken to PM.
This was in an article I am typing
So if that is how Ice Cube looks while driving in his car on a good day, what is his look on the bad days
AP Test for world history was a piece of cake.
How'd you do on the free responses. (Wait 48 hours if you feel your conscious mandates it.)
One of the questions was a little odd, but I think I did well. Especially on the DBQ, I raped that sucker.
Not to mention the multiple choice was ridiculously easy.
Sounds about the same as last year's test, or this year's APUSH test.
I was nervous; the multiple choice questions in my review book were ridiculous. Way harder than the actual test.
When I get stuck on a multi-choice quiz I just close my eyes and stab at the paper. I have a 1/4 chance to get it right!
I've always loved well written multiple choice tests, especialy where I can guess the answer. In Euro I had a question involving 'who survived the French Revolution?'. I didn't know anyone on the list but then I recognized a name: Tallyrand. I remembered that name from a miniseries I saw on Napoleon in eigth grade so I chose that answer and I got it right!
The DBQ for it was so easy as was the multiple choice. I didn't like the Free-responses though.. I spent a lot of time on one and half-assed the other one, but I guess two good essays is better than three mediocre ones.
PR'd on a one mile!
You Americans with your silly multiple-choice-tests which seem to rely on nothing else than knowing facts which by them selfs are totally untelling makes me feel good about my education
It's generally good to know facts if you're studying history.
But by itself meaningless. Pay attention
The purpose of the class is to learn history, of course you would need to learn history facts. In history class what do they test you on in Germany?
How you are able to use those facts.
Can you give an example of a question they might ask?
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