Romulus APUSH Review

3.7
19 reviews
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About this app

Romulus US History is a quiz-based application for Android devices designed to help students review for exams in US History, such as AP US History and IB History of the Americas, as well as for unit tests and mid-term exams. Our goal in designing this program is to allow students to reinforce their content knowledge in a fun, quick and accessible way.

This app contains over 800 review questions with topics ranging from the Native Americans and Colonization to the Cold War and Contemporary America. All questions have been written or reviewed by Tom Richey, a teacher with several years of experience teaching AP US History. In order to best provide quick, accessible explanations to students, the app utilizes external links that allow students to quickly review content when needed.

AP, Advanced Placement Program, and College Board are registered trademarks of the College Entrance Examination Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
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Feb 5, 2018

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3.7
19 reviews
A Google user
May 10, 2019
the content in the question literally asks for dates and like one word question . yeah it can refresh ones memory but definitely not worth the money and for relying on the ap test
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A Google user
May 11, 2018
It's fine and all, I learned a few new things, but it seems that most of the questions are not something you would need to know on the AP Exam
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A Google user
May 1, 2017
It's very informational and all, but there seems to be a lot of trivial questions which would not be on the test like: "What percentage of the U.S. ARMY was African Americans?" (Answer:10% apperently). These questions are spread all over the review app and seem to be there, in my opinion, just for the sake of having more questions to unnecessarily ask you.
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