SOL Test Prep Material
Released SOL Test: The most recent copy of the test available from the Virginia Department of Education. Answer key in back.
SOL Review Booklet: An extensive review book that includes pictures, cartoons, graphs, and charts.
Massive Review Power Point Presentation Part 1: The large power point presentation from class (part 1 of 2)
Massive Review Power Point Presentation Part 2: The large power point presentation from class (part 2 of 2)
Roadmap to the Virginia SOL: By the Princeton Review, a full length book that helps you study for the SOL. This is a link to a copy of the ebook at Google Books. While the entire book is not available online for free, you can read many pages of this book in preview.
Interactive U.S. History Test: Based off the SOL, you can take this practice test by simply clicking on the best answer and instantly seeing if you're right or wrong
Interactive SOL Practice Test: No password or registration required, this test closely mimics the SOL. Test yourself until you have at least a 65% or better score to ensure you pass the actual SOL
Flashcards 1: Interactive flashcards for terms from the beginning of class, through the Revolutionary War. Give Java permission within your browser, otherwise use HTML version.
Flashcards 2: Flashcards covering New Republic through the Civil War. Alternate HTML version.
Flashcards 3: Flashcards covering Reconstruction through Industrialization. Alternate HTML version.
Mega Flashcards: A very extensive set of flashcards, covering the entire course
SOL Review Packet: an excellent and detailed SOL review sheet
SOL People Review: In the style of the game concentration, review your important people. Click "Play This Game" You don't need a username or password.
SOL People Review 2: The above people also in flashcard and matching format.
SOL Colonies Review: Get your colonies straight with this game. Click "Play This Game" You don't need a username or password.
SOL Famous Virginians: Part of what makes this class special is that its designed to focus on Virginia's part in U.S. history. Review the key people with this Who Wants to Be a Millionaire- style game. Click "Play This Game" You don't need a username or password.
Ultimate SOL Vocabulary Review: Take all the SOL vocab terms and turn them into flashcards, or different types of tests. Very extensive, detailed, and well worth your time.
NY State Test Prep: Though not exactly the same as the Virginia SOL, the NY Regent's Exam is similar, and this prep site has excellent practice questions for each topic. Find your areas of weakness and quiz yourself.
Who Am I Power Point: Open this .ppt file in full screen mode so you don't accidentally see the answers, which appear immediately after the questions.
Who Am I Game: Matching style game with historical figures from throughout the class
Cases, Laws, and Policies: A big part of the SOL is understanding how laws and court cases bring about change. Use this to make sure you know the difference between Marbury v. Madison and Gibbons v. Ogden. Don't remember either of those? You better click here now!
Famous Quotes: Allow Java to play this game and review the famous quotes with the speaker.
Presidents Chronology: Put the Presidents in order from earlier to latest.
Multiple Games 1: All sorts of games covering material from Colonization through Reconstruction
Multiple Games 2: All sorts of games, quizzes, and flashcards covering material from the Progressive Era through Contemporary America
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