AP European History
Become a Master of European History with REA’s Premium Edition Flashcards! REA’s latest addition to our innovative Flashcard Book series offers students a great way to study for the AP European History exam. Unlike most flashcards that come in a box, our flashcards are bound in an easy-to-use, organized book format. With no loose cards to lose or misplace, studying is a breeze! Packed with 500 question and answer flashcards covering all aspects of European History from the Renaissance up through the present day, these flashcards let students write their answer to a question on the front of the card, and then compare it to the answer on the back of the card. The flashcards are chronologically ordered and indexed, allowing students to quickly find a particular era in European History and test their subject knowledge. This Premium Edition with CD-ROM includes four test-readiness quizzes, timelines of all chronological periods covered on the actual AP test, and a concise European History review.
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