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AP United States History

In AP United States History (APUSH), students will review key content concepts and course objectives through answering long essay questions (LEQs), document-based question essays (DBQs), and short answer questions (SAQs). Furthermore, students will practice using historical thinking skills by answering multiple-choice questions and providing written responses.
Designed for

Students who are preparing for the AP US History exam


All levels

Class format

One-on-one and small group (Max. 7 students/class)

Class introduction

AP United States History (APUSH) Preparation Course aims to help students review and master the content in the APUSH curriculum. The class will focus on several critical elements of the APUSH exam, including writing long essay questions (LEQ), document-based question essays (DBQs), and short answer questions (SAQs). Additionally, students will have the opportunity to practice their historical thinking skills by answering stimuli-based multiple-choice questions. The class will provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed on the APUSH exam and college-level history coursework.

In terms of content, this class will cover 9 historical periods, with an emphasis on period 3 to 7. 

  • Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of key content concepts and course objectives outlined in the AP US History curriculum.
  • Increase their individual scores on the DBQ, SAQ, and LEQ writing portions of the final exam compared to their practice exam scores.
  • Students will be able to articulate a deeper comprehension of United States history through verbal and written reflections, demonstrating their ability to analyze historical events, trends, and themes.
Class Content
1Exam Overview and Periods 1&2
2Period 3
3Period 4
4Period 5
5Period 6
6Period 7
7Period 8&9
8Q&A Session and Mock Exam

12 hours of classes, 8 classes with 1.5 hours per class


Students and their parents will receive brief feedback after each class regarding the student’s general participation in class. Students will also receive feedback on graded assignments via email. 

Need to prepare?

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2024 Summer Group Classes: Open for Registration

scoring worksheet

FREE 2024 AP Scoring Worksheet

With the scoring worksheet, you will be able to calculate your target score in preparation for the upcoming exam in May. We also have a full scoring worksheet available  below if you want to print it out and keep it in your folder. 
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