My best answer is this...find out what the teacher wants and give it to her (or him or the people who grade your AP exam). Students frequently neglect to look at the rubric for their assignments. The rubric simply means a list of what the teacher is grading on. For example, she might design her rubric for a powerpoint so the 50 of the grade % is content, 25% is spelling and grammar, and 25% is creativity. Thus, if you turn in a well-written and researched powerpoint but it is boring you still won't get an A. So remember this Life Lesson from Mrs. Aasland:
Find out what the teacher wants and give it to her!