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kurtwessler

Review Sessions: 2:30-3:45 ( April 29, May 2, May 7, May 9, May 13, May 15)
AP Review Ideas and links that will be helpful in preparation for the Exam

Really like the format on this one:
http://universityhigh.webs.com/apreview.htm
scroll down slightly to the Unit I-V Reviews ....really well done

TIMELINE: http://worldhistoryconnected.press.illinois.edu/6.2/strickland/Apdx_11_Timeline.pdf


http://www.historyhaven.com/APWH/unit1/UNIT%20I%20NOTES.htm (Barron's pages 39-95) Questions will be pulled from the Barron's questions as well....be careful of dates ... 8000 bce to 600ce

http://www.historyhaven.com/APWH/unit2/UNIT%20II%20NOTES.htm

http://www.historyhaven.com/APWH/unit%203/UNIT%20III%20NOTES.htm

http://www.historyhaven.com/APWH/unit%204/UNIT%20IV%20NOTES.htm

http://www.historyhaven.com/APWH/unit%205/UNIT%20V%20NOTES.htm


2 REALLY GOOD Review websites with outlines
http://www.gazdzik.com/AP_World/AP_Review_Packet.pdf
http://www-pmhs.stjohns.k12.fl.us/teachers/higginj/0B097E93-0118C716.68/apworldhistoryreviewpacket%20(notes%20outline).pdf



Vocabulary Website: Course Notes is a site that most of you are already familiar with. It is worth your time going through the vocabulary selections they have available.
http://www.course-notes.org/World_History/Vocabulary


This is the AP Central site with all the prompts (DBQ, C-o-T, Comp) and sample responses. Please review to examine the difference between responses and for a "feel" of the questions
http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/members/exam/exam_information/216943.html#name03