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Ch 25: Portions of the AP European History Exam

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Watch online video lessons to discover test structure and question formatting for the AP European history exam. These lessons are just a portion of our AP European History test prep course.

Portions of the AP European History Exam - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Let our instructor provide you with a breakdown of the AP European history exam. Over the course of a few short video lessons, you'll learn how each test section is used to assess your knowledge of various historical eras, gauge your ability to interpret source documents and measure your aptitude for analyzing cause-effect relationships. You can also get tips for tackling each section to ensure you finish in the allotted time. Lessons in this chapter are designed to introduce you to each of the following question formats:

  • Multiple choice questions
  • The document-based essay question
  • Free-response essay questions

Video Objectives
Mastering Multiple Choice Questions on the AP European History Exam Examine strategies for answering the exam's 80 multiple choice questions on political, diplomatic, cultural, intellectual, social and economic themes.
Mastering the Document-Based Essay Question on the AP European History Exam Learn how to make the most of newspaper articles, diary entries, political cartoons and other written sources when answering the AP exam's document-based essay question.
Mastering the Free-Response Essay Question on the AP European History Exam Find out what to expect from free-response essay questions asking you to assess the cause-effect relationships of significant events occurring both before and after the Napoleonic era.

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