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Self-Studying AP Euro

VVloverVVlover Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
Hey guys! Is realistically feasible to self-stufy AP European History? What are some good textbooks, review materials, videos, online classes, etc. that could be helpful? Also, I am also taking AP World History right now so that will somewhat help.

Replies to: Self-Studying AP Euro

  • AVeryFriskyEwokAVeryFriskyEwok Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    They redesigned the exam to be more like APUSH which is less trivial, more application. You should use Princeton or Crash Course as text-based review. AP Euro focuses from the Middle Ages towards contemporary Europe(so around the fall of the Berlin wall). There are some really minor details and vocabulary for specific events, so its recommended you use an AP-approved Euro textbook. In terms of FRQs, learn them from your AP World teacher for strategy and tips on how to write them efficiently and effectively.

    Also ask your teacher or the teacher who teaches Euro in your school too for more information. Good Luck!
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