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AP World History Review Course | $499

$499

MONTHLY SESSIONS, MONTHLY SUCCESS

Attend eight classes from October to May so you're never studying at the last minute.

PREP NOW, SCORE HIGH LATER

Success on the AP exams can save you thousands on your college tuition. It’s too important to leave your studying until the last minute. Our course covers a month’s worth of review per lesson. This way, you’ll stay on top of the toughest AP World History: Modern topics, including Cultural Consequences of Connectivity in the period 1200–1450 and Shifting Power after 1900.

THE DYNAMIC PREP DUO

Our AP World History course is built using Barron’s tried-and-true content. Between your live sessions, continue reviewing key content and quizzing yourself with the included Barron’s book.

  • 8, 2-hour live sessions with an expert AP teacher
  • A companion book from Barron's
  • Teacher-written summary notes from each class
  • Online access to the slide decks and questions from each lesson
  • Recordings of all class sessions

Frequently asked questions

  • Are this year’s AP exams different because of the current COVID-19 pandemic?

    Currently, CollegeBoard is planning a traditional, in-person AP exam administration for May 2021. If circumstances surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic do not allow for in-person testing, an alternate solution will be found (likely involving online testing).

  • What’s covered in each AP World History Review Course session?

    Each class session focuses primarily on reviewing about a month’s equivalent of AP material. Throughout the class, you’ll also answer AP exam questions and learn test strategies. After each class, you’ll receive a page of summary notes reviewing the most commonly tested topics you went over that session.

    The time periods covered in each class are:

    Session 1 (Oct 25, 12PM ET) - 1200-1300

    Session 2 (Nov 14, 1PM ET) - 1300-1450

    Session 3 (Dec 6, 12PM ET) - 1450-1600

    Session 4 (Jan 30, 1PM ET) - 1600-1750

    Session 5 (Feb 28, 12PM ET) - 1750-1850

    Session 6 (Mar 27, 1PM ET) - 1850-1900

    Session 7 (Apr 18, 12PM ET) - 1900-Present

    Session 8 (May 1, 1PM ET) - Overall review

  • What if I miss a session? 

    No problem! If you miss a class, you can watch a recording later - any time that works for you.

  • How long is the AP World History exam?

    The AP World History: Modern exam is 3 hours and 15 minutes long. Section I lasts for 1 hour and 35 minutes:

    • Section I, Part A: 55 multiple-choice questions, 55 minutes, 40% of total score
    • Section I, Part B: 3 short-answer questions, 40 minutes, 20% of total score

    Section II is 100 minutes long:

    • Section II, Part A: 1 document-based question, 25% of total score
    • Section II, Part B: 1 long-essay question, 15% of total score
  • How do I do well on the AP World History exam?

    Completing practice questions is an important part of studying for the AP World History exam. In addition, applying strategies for each question type can help you maximize your score.

    Multiple-choice questions:

    • Move quickly but thoroughly through the exam. Don’t linger on any one question for more than approximately 30 seconds
    • Don’t leave any question blank; there is no wrong answer penalty
    • Do NOT change an answer you have made unless you are absolutely sure that your initial attempt is incorrect. Research shows that your first answer is usually the correct one
    • When eliminating tempting incorrect choices, look for choices that are out of the given time period or region or are not related to specific categories (e.g., the question asked for economic factors, and the answer choice mentions law codes)

    Short-answer questions:

    • Spend about 10–12 minutes on each question depending on how many parts it contains
    • Use the first minute to identify all of the parts of the question
    • Decide which historical examples you will use for each part
    • Your responses to each part should be 3–6 sentences long

    Long essay:

    • Identify the main task (analyze, compare/contrast, assess)
    • Formulate a thesis
    • Plan your evidence
    • Write your essay with organized, well-developed paragraphs

    Document-based question:

    • Read the documents and then group them
    • Craft a solid thesis statement
    • Write your essay, using evidence from the documents
    • Discuss point of view and additional historical evidence
  • What is on the AP World History exam? 

    The AP World History: Modern exam covers the time period from c. 1200 to the present.

  • What happened last year to the APs?

    In May 2020, since most schools were closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic AP exams were administered online. The exams were 45 minutes long and had only free-response questions. CollegeBoard is not currently planning to repeat this in May 2021. They anticipate a traditional, in-person exam administration this spring.

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