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US History Study Guide

Filed under: General — Andy @ 10:56 pm

I know, I know, I’m not in US History. But Dan Pfeiffer is.

I host his website, and he wanted my help with some work on distributing his study guide for the first semester, so we’ve gotten it up. You’ve got at least one day (worst-case scenario) to study though, so have fun.

The guide is available here (pops).

I’d also like to direct you to my PDF copy of a freshman honors biology study guide also done by Dan, as well as my Word Within the Word chapters 1-10 study tool

You’ll need to give an email address, but Dan assures me he won’t spam you (he’s not the kind to do it anyway). Of course, my server won’t send email to AOL or CompuServe accounts because their system administrators are crazy, but that’s another issue. Just don’t use an AOL or CS account.

The file is minimally DRM’d, but if you care about those sorts of things, you should have no trouble getting past it. Just saying.

Anyway, good luck on your finals!

Andy Schmitz

1 Comment »

  1. Minimally DRM’d…

    Minimally key word…it completely backfired.


    Comment by Dan — 1/16/2006 @ 11:56 pm

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