Date of publication: 2017-08-29 17:38
School and district administrators: Considering AP . History for your school or district? Download the course framework (pdf/) for an overview of the course and exam. You can also download a practice exam (pdf/).
You can also look through the official free-response questions to find some that you feel confident answering based on what you’ve learned so far. It’s never too early to start practicing for the free-response section, especially when it comes to document-based questions. Writing a coherent and argumentative essay that incorporates six or seven different sources in just 55 minutes is a tough skill to master! Try to come up with an essay-writing process that works well for you so that you’re a pro by the time the test rolls around.
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AP US History is a serious course and includes many course goals. According to the College Board’s website, by the time students take their AP US History exam (or the SAT exam) they should be prepared to know about the following themes:
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Then, start studying the areas that need work. You can turn to unofficial practice questions during the study process to test your knowledge. You should also practice writing essay outlines, so you're more prepared for the free-response section. Once you feel that you’ve mastered the subjects that stumped you on the first test, you can take another full practice test to see whether you’ve improved.
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