What is a Dbq in history?

What is a Dbq in history?

The dreaded DBQ, or “document-based question,” is an essay question type on the AP History exams (AP US History, AP European History, and AP World History). For the DBQ essay, you will be asked to analyze some historical issue or trend with the aid of the provided sources, or “documents,” as evidence.

Who invented the Dbq?

The document based question was first used for the 1973 AP United States History Exam published by the College Board, created as a joint effort between Development Committee members Reverend Giles Hayes and Stephen Klein.

How do you answer a Dbq Apush?

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How much is the DBQ essay worth?

Just like a touchdown and extra point, the new APĀ® US History DBQ is worth seven points. The DBQ is 25% of your final score on the exam, so it is crucial for you to understand the changes to the rubric, as well as how to write the best DBQ possible.