3 Tips for the AP U.S. History Document-Based Question

The Document-Based Question (DBQ) on the AP U.S. History Exam presents you with six or seven documents that all relate to a particular event/time and ask you to create an argument around them. Those familiar with what the DBQ entails might also know that you're welcome to choose whatever argument you want — as long as you can support it. (If you're not familiar with the DBQ, this article can help!) But you might still be wondering how to go about answering the DBQ. Here are a few tips to help you nail it on test day.

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