Barron's how to prepare for the AP world history examination
Two full-length model AP examinations with answer keys plus a chronological general review of world history make up the greater part of this brand new Advanced Placement test prep manual. Other helpful features include an overview of the exam, and strategies for success in answering multiple-choice and document-based questions, as well as help in answering the comparative essay question. Historical eras in the subject review fall within the five following general categories: Foundations of World Civilization (4000 B.C.-1000 A.D.); World Cultures Maturing (1000-1450); World Cultures Interacting (1450-1750); World Cultures in the Modern Era (1750-1914); and The Twentieth Century and Contemporary World Cultures (1914-present).
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Section A How To Use This Book
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Abbasid Africa agriculture Arab Atlantic slave trade became began Britain British Buddhism Caliphate Catholic century Chapter China Chinese Christian Church cities civilizations coast collapse colonies communist conquered continued countries created cultural Daoism decolonization Delhi Sultanate democratic developed documents dominated dynasty early Eastern Europe economic Egypt emperor especially essay ethnic Europe's European force France French gained Germany global Hinduism human imperial important included independence India industrialization influence Islamic islands Japan Japanese Korea labor land large numbers late Latin America leader major medieval Middle East military million modern Mongols movement Mughal Muslim nations native North America Ottoman Empire period political population Portuguese Qing question reform regime region religion religious remained Revolution River role Roman rule rulers Russia shoguns Silk Road slavery social societies South Southeast Asia Soviet Union Spain Spanish sub-Saharan sultan technological territory Tokugawa took traditional Turks United USSR West Western women