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kbrow's picture
Joined: Feb 2008

is there any way to "train" myself for DBQs.i start out doin alright then it all goes down hill. im a pretty good writer of fition and non fiction but that time limit gets me. any help is appreciated.

Zeekyt's picture
Joined: Feb 2007

practice makes perfect...set aside a weekend and do 10-20 DBQs if you wana be nazi about it. Otherwise, I've always found it to be helpful to plan the entire thing ( i use 30 min rather than the recommended 15) then the writing goes by super fast.

pianogirl2422's picture
Joined: Mar 2005

Hit me up and I'll teach you about DBQ's. IM me anytime on aim (my screenname is pianogirl2422) or PM me.

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