AP Exam collection?

<p>Is there a collection of past AP US History Exams (particularly DBQs) with answers/tips floating around somewhere? </p>

<p>...or is this just wishful thinking?</p>

<p>Google it. I had a folder with tons of links to APUSH sites, but I deleted them after the test. I know a few of them had practice DBQs and examples/tips.</p>

<p>"Google it."</p>


<p>how difficult would you rate that test? and the class as well?</p>

<p>The test isn't so bad, as long as you know your stuff. I got a 4 on it. </p>

<p>It is much more difficult than the AP World exam, though. Much more specific, and less structured on the essays.</p>

<p>The class... that depends on your school. I know at mine it was an absolute bore. Still, take what I can get, I suppose...</p>

<p>I'm confused between the AP and the SAT II world history exams, what time period does the AP one start?</p>

<p>The College Board Website posts essay questions from previous years.</p>

<p>The AP Central website of the College Board offers great starting point at which to begin studying. I studied on my own for US History and English Literature and the 30+ page booklet describing the examinations were really helpful. Also, they have grade breakdowns (e.g., how many people got a 5, and what percentage of test takers got that score), essay samples to real essay questions given in previous years, and scoring commentaries by the chief reader of that particular year. I highly suggest it.</p>

<p>Yeah, I agree, the exam isn't all that difficult. Like my class for instance, we never had homework at all, and never had any outside work, but my teacher knew what he was doing. He predicted the DBQ and the two essays down to the exact topic. We were all prepared for it, pretty much with like a four average for his two classes. There are some great websites to assist you through your tribulations in the near future such as ap student and course-notes. They really help if you don't like reading the text.</p>


<p>googling it works, but its really annoying bc/ there are no actual exams from previous years out, unless you want to pay for them. it seems that collegeboard releases an exam every few years or so</p>

<p>Same as Julius, I bookmarked a heck of a lot of sites, but took pleasure in deleting the folder after the test...</p>

<p>There's one in particular that's really good, it gave you notes for each time period and practice questions. Look out for it!</p>

<p>thanks for all the help! i havent gotten a chance to look at them all yet, but im definitely gonna try these out before the next test</p>

<p>Teachers supposedly have released copies of tests and released essay questions for almost every test. I dont think students can get a hold of those though.</p>