Barron's SAT Subject Test World History
Barron's Educational Series, 2010 - College entrance achievement tests - 482 pages
The authors open this test preparation manual with a general overview of world history, treating it as an academic discipline, and offering general study advice. The 25 study units that follow review the entire scope of human history, starting with the emergence of early human communities, the development of agricultural societies, and the emergence of civilizations. The chronicle of the world's civilizations is reviewed to the present era. The manual concludes with two full-length model tests with all questions answered and explained.
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A B C D B C D Abbasid Africa agriculture America Arab areas army Aztec became began Britain Buddhism Byzantine Byzantine Empire capital Central century C.E. China Chinese Christian Church city-states civilization classical coast communist communities Confucian conquest countries created Crusades culture Daoism developed Dynasty East eastern economic Egypt emperor Empire established Europe European France French Germany global Greek Han Dynasty Hellenistic Hindu Hinduism historians human imperial Inca independence India industry Islam Japan Japanese king kingdom land leader liberal Maya merchants Mesoamerica Mesopotamia migrations military million modern Mongols Muslim nation-state nomadic North Olmec Ottoman peasants percent Persian political population Portuguese produced religion religious Revolution Roman Rome rule rulers Russia Silk Road slaves social society South Southeast Asia Southwest Soviet Soviet Union Spanish spread TIMELINE trade traditions Umayyad United wealth West Western women world history World War II Zoroastrianism