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Advice for AP?

PolarScat67PolarScat67 Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
I am becoming a sophomore this year and I will be taking AP World History while self studying two other AP courses. Any advice for World History? My school doesn't offer any similar classes freshman year. I am planning to self study AP Statistics and AP Physics 1. I am certain I will do statistics, but I am not sure about physics. I took a physics algebra-based class last year and managed to get an A in the class, and I still remember about 80% of what I learned in that class right now.

Any good books or videos out there to help me self study and good tips of World History?

Thanks.

Replies to: Advice for AP?

  • joscarterjoscarter Registered User Posts: 63 Junior Member
    My school let sophomores take AP World as their first and only AP class. We had "Roots of Civilization" freshman year, which was basically like a less in-depth version of WHAP; that prepared us a lot. Watch Crash Course World History (by John Green on Youtube); especially if your teacher is less than great. If you take good notes in the class, then if you can start studying them a few weeks before the AP exam you'll be fine.
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