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Best online material and study resources for AP Euro?

macktheknifemacktheknife 32 replies5 threads Junior Member
Hey, I was wondering if anyone knew any good online study material for the AP Euro test. I took APUSH last year and I really enjoyed Adam Norris on youtube, and was looking for something similar. Thanks!
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  • toowonderfultoowonderful 4077 replies68 threads Senior Member
    Tom Richey is an AP Euro teacher from South Carolina who has some good videos - search him on youtube and you will find his channel (idk if they want us to post links here on CC)
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  • ImVarunAImVarunA 10 replies8 threads Junior Member
    Tom Richey is the Euro savior^. Anyway, there's tons of AP Euro material. I took it and got a 5 so hopefully my advice is beneficial. Invest in pre books? I got the crash course one and the Barrons one, worked real nice for me. Review the textbook your class uses over and over for every chapter test. We used McKay, his content is good. Otherwise, you can search AP Euro resources on google and teacher websites will pop up with stuff for every chapter, stuff for the AP test and everything. Youtube is your friend, people like Tom Richey and Paul Sergeant. Quizlet to memorize dates and events is good, tons of already made ones out there. Hope it helps!
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