- me in the summer/ beginning of the school year: i'm going to freakin' own every ap class, and read everyday and take super good notes and get a 5 on all my ap tests
- me during christmas break: meh, it's fine you have 5 more months to stress, whatever
- me during spring break: whatever you still have like a month left, no biggie
- me during the week before ap testing: fuck me, fuck me, fuck me, there is no more hope
Hello friends taking the APWH exam, here’s some last minute cram materials:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1hr7C943ss - a complete review in 12 min.
http://www.appracticeexams.com/ap-world-history - practices
http://mrfarshtey.net/WHAP_EXAM_REVIEW.html - cram packets on big ideas
http://www.academicearth.org/courses/history-of-the-world-since-1500-ce/page:1 - lessons from the guy who wrote the book (Bulliet), SUPPLEMENT only. He provides great outside info but tends to ramble.
http://regentsprep.org/Regents/global/global.cfm - short reviews
http://timelineindex.com/content/home.php - quickly search WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE
http://intra.burltwpsch.org/users/rlee/apworld.htm - powerpoints on main ideas
http://mrmulford.wikispaces.com/AP+World+History - wiki for WH
http://www.youtube.com/course?list=ECBDA2E52FB1EF80C9 - Crash Course on WH hosted by John Green. Videos range from 10-14 minutes each, with 42 total. Each provide a brief overview.
So this is probably going to sound really random, but I was going through the AP World tag (when I definitely should've been studying) and you mentioned that you had lots of resources. Since I really need as much help as I can get, I was wondering if you'd link them to me? Thanks so much!
ALL RIGHT LET’S DO THIS!
so, one of my favorite things is this, freeman-pedia’s whole entire thing dedicated to APWH
also crash course world history has helped me ENORMOUSLY so far, i’ve been watching about 7 episodes/day (it equals out to ~2 hours or so per day)
here is a full list of the civilizations we covered, the specific time periods, their characteristics, and the best part- their continuities and changes over time! if you have any problems with the link just let me know, i uploaded it as a pdf via googledrive and only people with the link can access it
here’s a handy dandy practice exam if you want to get a feel for the questions and the essays
here are some nice, basic terms you’ll need to know via quizlet (as a side note, if you want to find ANY terms whatsoever, just look for a list of them on quizlet. you’ll find them, don’t worry)
apworldhistory101.com has helped me in times of crisis
the textbook i use for my class is from strayer and they have on their website a little study section that covers every civilization and time period, complete with little chapter outlines, quizzes, mini-tests, and other nice resources. i know you can see the outlines without making an account, but you may need to make an account for the quizzes and tests
this also may seem a bit weird but it helped me a lot, you can creep on other teachers’ powerpoints if you try googling them. most have powerpoints on every section of the history we need to know
if you need anything else, just ask! i can scan up some of my notes and i have a nice song to remember the chinese dynasties, too!!