U.S HISTORY SAT SUBJECT STUDY GUIDE
U.S HISTORY SAT SUBJECT TEST is one of the most taken SAT Subjects in the World.
The SAT Test aims to measure the Student`s knowledge of the American History.
The SAT TEST Syllabus covers the following:
|Timeline||Approx % of the Test|
|Pre-Columbian – 1789||20%|
|1789 – 1899||40%|
|1900 – 2000||40%|
|Topics||Approx % of the Test|
|Political History||30 % – 35 %|
|Economic History||13 % – 17 %|
|Social History||20 % – 25 %|
|Intellectual and Cultural History||13 % – 17 %|
|Foreign Policy||13 % – 17 %|
- Lectures 44
- Quizzes 8
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 90
- Assessments Yes
Chapter 1: Colonies in the New World 1500 -1776
The Exploration of the Americas or the so-called "The New World" by Christopher Columbus paved the way for European super power to compete for land, gold, and labors in the New World.
Chapter 2: A New Nation 1776 - 1816
The birth of The United States of America after winning their independence from Britain. The New Nation fluctuates between lack of institutions, conflicts of interests and prosperity, expansion, and stability.
- 2.1 A New Nation, A Weak Government 1776- 1786
- 2.2 The Constitution Under George Washington 1789 – 1796
- 2.3 First Elected President: John Adams 1796-1800
- 2.4 Jefferson’s Revolution: The Beginning of Republican Rule 1800 – 1808
- 2.5 James Madison: To Be Or Not To Be 1808 – 1816
- Chapter 2 Summary
- Assessment 2
Chapter 3: Nationalism and Expansion of The New Nation 1816 - 1850
After the 1812 War Victory, The United States of America emerged as a strong nation that can defend itself. On the other hand, U.S will turn to its domestic affairs such as Expansion.
Chapter 4: Expansion, Destruction, and Reconstruction 1850 - 1875
Chapter 5: Industrial Age and Imperialism 1875 - 1899
Business ruled during the years after the Civil War. Just before the Civil War, Congress passed legislation allowing businesses to form corporations without a charter from the U.S. government. After the Civil War, these corporations came to dominate much of American business, and, in the process, to define American life. U.S and other major European powers would start to seek and control new lands for raw materials and new markets.
Chapter 6: The Progressive Era and The First World War 1900 - 1920
Chapter 7: The Postwar Prosperity, Depression, and Conflict 1920 - 1945