44 Must Know Dates for AP World History

AP World Dates to Remember! There will never be a question on the AP® World History exam that specifically requires you to remember a date. However, you do need to know the timeline of events to place cause and effect. Plus, you can earn evidence points for knowing...
Exchange Systems in Medieval and Early Modern World History

Exchange Systems in Medieval and Early Modern World History

Fiveable has your exchange systems needs covered for AP World this week. Join us to review global connections in the years between c. 1200 to c. 1750, aka Units 2, 3, and 4 in AP World History: Modern. Each week Fiveable student streamers host study sessions on...
Understanding Early Modern World History as Global History

Understanding Early Modern World History as Global History

On the recommendations of many skilled world history teachers I recently read the fourth edition of Robert Marks’s The Origins of the Modern World. My review on Goodreads is succinct and reflects this context: “believe the hype.” The book emphasizes...
Study Exchange Networks in AP World History: Modern This Week

Study Exchange Networks in AP World History: Modern This Week

This week’s live reviews of AP World History: Modern on Fiveable will cover key skills and content for exchange networks between  c. 1200 CE and c. 1450 CE. The College Board refers to these topics as Unit 2: Networks of Exchange, but some classes might be...

AP World History – All Past Prompts by Topic

We’ve compiled a sortable list of all the AP World past prompts! The AP World History essays (or all written portions) are 60% of the exam including short-answer questions (SAQs), long-essay questions (LEQs), and document-based questions (DBQs). It’s...