Women's America Study Group04.30.2012My first exam today is for my Women's America. It is a 2:30 p.m. in our class at the Humanities Center.
It is an essay-type final exam, worth 275 points. We have read a very involved book, called Outlaw Woman, which is around 400 pages and we are required to integrate the context of that with a number of scholarly articles, which we have read from our text book.
Yesterday, two other girls in my class and I decided to meet up at my house and study for a while together. The way we studied was basically going through each of the possible scholarly articles, which the professor could choose for the exam, and contextualize them with the Outlaw Woman, Roxanne Dubar Ortiz's memoir.
We did this for four hours and then each of us took it individually from then on.