Barron's AP Human Geography

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Barron's Educational Series, 2010 - Social Science - 367 pages
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Updated to reflect the latest Advanced Placement exams, this new edition presents two full-length practice exams in AP Human Geography with answers and explanations, plus a detailed eight-chapter subject review. It also includes a mini-diagnostic test to help students target specific areas where they need more study. Topics covered include a description of Human Geography and its applications, map reading and understanding scale, population geography, cultural geography, political geography, economic geography, agricultural and rural geography, and urban geography.
 

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This book is a really great review for those who already have studied the course entirely. It helps you to remember everything that you have done, however, if you aren't familiar with all the details/examples, this review book may be a little to broad, for those of you who are relying entirely on the review book you plan of purchasing to pass the exam, i suggest you get the KAPLAN book. Of course it is in the best interest of the buyer to invest in both books if possible because they have different ways of explaining things as well as different examples, so really it is the one that you personally understand the most.  

Contents

Introduction
1
Commonly Asked Questions About
11
Diagnostic Test
17
Answer Key
36
Diagnostic Chart
51
Maps Scale Space
79
Cultural Geography
151
Q Political Geography
181
Agriculture and Rural
239
Geography of Modern Agriculture
246
Key Terms
252
Additional Resources
262
Model Test 1
297
Answers and Explanations
317
Test
329
Answers and Explanations
351

H Economic Geography
207
Index
363

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About the author (2010)

Marsh received her bachelor's degree in geography from Calvin College in 1999. She is currently completing a Master's Degree in geography at the University of California in Santa Barbara.

Peter S. Alagona is on the faculty of the Department of Georgraphy, University of California, Santa Barbara.

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