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AP World History

In AP World History class, you will examine history from c. 1200 CE to the present: world cultural, political, and economic changes. In addition, there will be a strategy course for the multiple-choice part of the AP World History exam.
Designed for

Students who are preparing for the AP World History


All levels

Class format

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

Class introduction

AP World History Prep is designed to help students understand and analyze world history from c. 1200 CE to the present. The class will cover a wide range of topics including cultural, political, and economic changes that have shaped our world. Students will have the opportunity to study and analyze primary and secondary sources and practice historical thinking skills.

Moreover, the course will feature a dedicated strategy component tailored for the multiple-choice segment of the AP World History exam. This section aims to equip students with effective test-taking strategies and techniques, enhancing their performance on multiple-choice questions. The emphasis will be on teaching students how to adeptly read and interpret questions, analyze and evaluate historical evidence, and apply historical thinking skills to provide accurate answers.

  • Increase their scores on the DBQ, SAQ, and LEQ writing portions of the final exam compared to their practice exam scores.
  • Increase their multiple choice question accuracy on the final exam compared to their practice exam scores.
  • Articulate a more profound comprehension of World History through verbal and written reflections at the end of the course.

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. 

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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