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Get ready to ace your AP World History Exam with this easy-to-follow, multi-platform study guide
The immensely popular test prep guide has been updated and revised with new material and is now accessible in print, online and mobile formats. 5 Steps to a 5: AP World History 2020 introduces an easy to follow, effective 5-step study plan to help you build the skills, knowledge, and test-taking confidence you need to reach your full potential. The book includes hundreds of practice exercises with thorough answer explanations and sample responses. You’ll learn how to master the multiple-choice questions and achieve a higher score on this demanding exam.
Because this guide is accessible in print and digital formats, you can study online, via your mobile device, straight from the book, or any combination of the three. This essential guide reflects the latest course syllabus and includes four full-length practice exams (2 in the book and 2 online), plus proven strategies specific to each section of the test.
5 Steps to a 5: AP World History 2020 features:
•4 Practice Exams (2 in the book +2 online)
•Access to the entire Cross-Platform Prep Course in AP World History
•Hundreds of practice exercises with thorough answer explanations
•An interactive, customizable AP Planner app to help you organize your time
•Powerful analytics to assess test readiness
•Flashcards, games, and more
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
Peggy J. Martin teaches advanced placement World history at Del Rio High School in Del Rio, Texas.
Beth Bartolini-Salimbeni taught AP WorldHistory, AP European History, and AP Art History at Rio Rancho and Cibola HighSchools, in New Mexico. She is a Fulbright scholar and an NEH recipient, andserved as a question leader, assessment developer, and consultant to theCollege Board.
Wendy Petersen has taught a variety of courses, including AP World History, AP United States Government and Politics, and AP Seminar at Cibola High School, New Mexico.