Earn College Credit with REA’s Test Prep for CLEP Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present
Everything you need to pass the exam and get the college credit you deserve.
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Prep for success on the CLEP Western Civilization II exam with REA’s personalized three-step plan: (1) focus your study, (2) review with the book, and (3) measure your test-readiness.
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- Diagnostic exam: Pinpoint what you already know and what you need to study.
- Targeted subject review: Learn what you’ll be tested on.
- Two full-length practice exams: Zero in on the topics that give you trouble now so you’ll be confident and prepared on test day.
- Glossary of key terms: Round out your prep with must-know vocabulary.
About the AuthorDr. Preston Jones
is an adjunct instructor of history and political science at John Brown University. Dr. Jones has taught courses in European, American, and world history at the secondary and university levels. He also teaches Latin. He has published over 200 articles in scholarly journals, magazines, and newspapers. Dr. Jones coordinates the JBU Veterans Project, which gives military veterans with a personal link to the university, either directly or through family, the opportunity to share their experiences.