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Any tips for studying for the AP Government exam?

There are so many things I'm confused on like which court cases to study for?

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cassandra’s Answer

Hello Hanan M.
Thank you for reaching out for help! Also, an AP class go you!!!!
As a teacher I would recommend the following sites for study.
Here is a great one for study notes and flashcards:
https://course-notes.org/

Here a practice test:
https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/pdf/ap-us-government-and-politics-practice-exam-effective-fall-2018.pdf

and a great blog that covers what to expect from the exam:
https://blog.prepscholar.com/ap-government-notes

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Reach out if you have anymore questions!
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Jimmy’s Answer

I can't say which ones are included on the exam itself, but I googled "Landmark Supreme Court Cases," which provided a list of what are generally regarded as the most important cases in the history of the Supreme Court. Studying the cases on this list, their historical context, and how the Court's ruling affected the country would be a great place to start.

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Miss Wilma’s Answer

Using reference study guides such as ," AP subject For Dummies by Cliff's Notes is helpful for concentrated subject area review. Go visit your local community college book store, Half Price Books, UC bookstores, etc. Browse through study guides such as The GRE specific subject exams.
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