The situation is this:
So I'm taking US History right now, and I'm really worried about the AP test. My history teacher is HORRIBLE. He basically gives us an outline of each chapter and reads through it during class, not giving any real information at all. The only way I've been passing his tests right now is because he uses questions straight out of a workbook, which has the same questions as the ones here:
That's how half my class, the half that knows about the site ;), actually does well on the test. The other half wouldn't even pass the tests if he didn't tell us the answers to some of the test questions as "review" for the test. As far as I know, this is how every class of his in prior years passed his class, but pretty much all of them bombed the AP test.
So I'm really not getting any real knowledge at all. It's all just memorizing the answers to the questions. He did give us a CD with a textbook on it but theres no way I going to read 50 pages per chapter and then forget all the information right after. Does anyone have any advice on how to study for the AP test?