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Tricks to passing the NYS Global Regents?

I'm taking it for my 4th time on wednesday. I've gotten a 62%, 52% and a 58% (in that order) on my past exams. I need to flippin pass this test. I'm done with writing essays for it. I really want to just get it over with. Someone please help....

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  1. branchiferous says:

    The trick is to STUDY! Multiple choice should be really EASY. I doubt you should fail that one since you took the test 3 times, I can help you on the thematic essays, which SHOULD help you on the multiple choice as well. I’m gonna give you themes and examples that can help you study for it. You must write the causes, effects, Positives and Negatives, and Short and Long term effects. So here goes nothing…Change: Neolithic Revolution, Industrial Revolution, Chinese Communist Revolution, Crusades, spread of bubonic plague, Renaissance, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment, Agrarian Revolution, Protestant Reformation, African independence movements, and emergence of Pacific Rim Nations.Turning Points: Fall of Constantinople, Voyages of Columbus, French Revolution, Collapse of Communism in the Soviet Union, signing of the Magna Carta, independence movements in Latin America, and Russian Revolution.Belief Systems: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, animism, Confucianism, Taoism, Shintoism, and Sikhism.Geography and the Environment: Early River Civilizations, Chinese Influence on Japan, Industrialization in Great Britain, Industrial Revolution: Impact on Environment, devolopment of city-states in ancient Greece, the importance of the Middle East as a crossroads between three continents, and environmental problems such as desertification and the destruction of tropical forests.Economic Systems: Traditional Economy, Manorialism, Mercantilism, Capitalism (Market Economy), Marxist Socialism (Command Economy), laissez-faire economics, Commercial Revolution, cash crop economics, and imperialism.Political Systems: Monarchy, Feudalism, Democracy, Totalitarianism, limited democracy of Athens, the militarism of Sparta and of Japan, absolutism, theocracy, communism, fascism, and apartheid.Culture and Intellectual Life: Roman Civilization, Gupta Golden Age, Islamic Golden Age, African Civilizations, Renaissance Europe, early river civilizations, classical Chinese civilization, Mesoamerican civilizations, and the Enlightenment in Europe.Nationalism: German and Italian unification, India, Zionism, African Independence movements, development of the nation of Turkey, conflicts in the Balkans, the breakup of the Ottoman Empire, Latin America in the 1800s and 1900s, Pan-Africanism, and Pan-Arabism.Imperialism: British in India, European powers in Africa, Japan, Imperial Rivalry, Chinese Han dynasty, the Romans, the Byzantines, and the Mongols. Also how the European imperialism affects the world today.Diversity and Interdependence: Byzantine Empire, Balkans, Global Economy, Environmental Issues, links between the west and the east during the time of the Mongol Empire, Islamic Fundamentalism, interactions among Muslims, Hindus, and Sikhs in India.Justice and Human Rights: Code of Hammurabi, English Bill of Rights, Irish Potato Famine, Tiananmen Square, Laws of the Twelve Tables, Justinian’s code, the Sharia, and the Magna Carta.Violations of Human Rights: Armenian Massacres, Holocaust, apartheid, Khmer Rogue in Cambodia, and international terrorism.Movement of People and Goods: Muslim influence on Africa, Silk Road, Crusades, Modern Communication, spread of belief systems, the Muslim influence on Europe, and patterns of Global Migration.Science and Technology: Neolithic Revolution, Invention of the Printing Press, Computer Revolution, Space Explorations, Green Revolution, and advances in genetics.Conflict: Religious Conflicts, Political Revolutions, WWI, WWII, The Cold War, Crusades, Russian Revolution, ethnic disputes in the Balkans and Africa, and Arab-Israeli conflict in the Middle East.Modern Global Connections and Interactions: Global Environmental Cooperation, Global Migrations, International Terrorism, The United Nations, Economic Interdependence, Nuclear Proliferation, and the sharing of technology and ideas through the internet.THIS IS EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE MOFO REGENTS! NOW GO STUDY AND PASS THAT SHOIT!

  2. ROSA says:

    go to class lol.try getting a tutor. keep taking the practice ones online over and over