Find everything you need to score a 5 on your AP World History exam—and save over 20% OFF items when purchased separately! This Ultimate study pack features three must-have tools to help you prepare and succeed on exam day. It includes:
Barron’s AP WORLD HISTORY Includes two full-length and practice exams with answer explanations reflecting the most recent exam; a review of world history, from the foundations of civilization circa 600 B.C.E. to world cultures of the twenty-first century; revised strategies for answering all question types; and more. Also comes with three additional full-length online AP World History tests with all questions answered and explained. The online exams can be easily accessed by computer, tablet, and smartphone. 504 pp.
Barron’s AP WORLD HISTORY FLASH CARDS This boxed set of flash cards has been revised and updated to reflect the most recent changes in the AP World History curriculum. Each card presents a history topic on its front, with key information listed on the reverse side. Cards are divided into six major historical eras, and each topic is also assigned one of six categories, further enabling students to arrange them in any order that suits their needs. Includes activity cards that show teachers and students how to use flash cards for group study, which can include games, discussion, or map review. Students can use the enclosed metal ring to arrange select cards for study on the go. Each card has a small corner punch hole to accommodate the ring. 400 flash cards
Barron’s AP Q & A WORLD HISTORY Get concentrated test preparation with this handy, brand-new guide. It presents 600 questions with both correct and incorrect answers thoroughly explained to maximize your understanding of the content and concepts. Includes practice questions and answers that help you review history from the foundations of civilization circa 600 B.C.E. to world cultures of the twenty-first century. 350 pp.
About the Author
John McCannon earned a Ph.D. in history from the University of Chicago in 1994. He has taught Russian, European, and world history at several universities in the United States and Canada and is a former editor of the Canadian Journal of History. He has worked as an Advanced Placement Reader for the College Board and is the author of Red Arctic: Polar Exploration and the Myth of the North in the Soviet Union (1998) and A History of the Arctic: Nature, Exploration, and Exploitation (2012). He is currently an associate professor of history at Southern New Hampshire University.
Christina Giangrandi holds a BA in HIstory and Secondary Ed from Hofstra University and an MA from Stony Brook University. She has taught AP World HIstory sine 2004, in addition to the NY State Education Dept. Global History course including the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights. She has served as an AP Reader for the College Board and attended numerous professional development courses and study tours in order to further her knowledge of World History.