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AP Exam Study Resources?

Does anyone know of any free, reliable, online study resources for AP Exams? This year, I am taking the AP World History: Modern.

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2 years ago

If you're looking for content review, you might want to look into CollegeBoard's AP review sessions on YouTube. Here's one from last year for AP World History: Modern https://youtu.be/ipYcobm4E44

They also started doing this year's review livestreams on April 18. According to the schedule available on AP Classroom, World History: Modern reviews will be 7-7:45pm ET daily from Monday through Thursday until the 28th. The first review session for World History this year can be found here https://youtu.be/BjlWklkwYIo, as well as on AP Classroom. All review livestreams will be on the Advanced Placement YouTube channel.

These can be a little dull, so you can also try YouTube channels like Heimler's History or CrashCourse.

It can also be helpful to look up past exams, they'll give you a good idea of what kind of information to study/what to expect when you take the exam.

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2 years ago

I used the Heimler's History videos last year and they were super helpful. I especially recommend the DBQ video and using it to practice writing a full DBQ.

https://www.youtube.com/c/SteveHeimler/playlists Scroll down to "AP World History Review" and watch the review videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d807y5m8VRY This is the most helpful video for learning how to write a DBQ.

He will also probably do some big review livestreams as the exam gets closer; I watched those last year and they were super helpful. The AP classroom videos released by college board are also good too but a little boring. Hope this helps!

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2 years ago

I recommend taking a look at CollegeVine's guides that can help you ace your AP exams. Besides that, the best way to study is to take online practice tests on the CollegeBoard website. Hope this helps!

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