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1 min readmarch 23, 2021

Get Ready for the AP US History Exam

APUSH has a ton of content, and it can certainly get overwhelming trying to study the entire course. But don't worry, Fiveable's got your back! To help you out, we've put together review charts that cover all the important vocab, dates, and concepts you need to review to prepare for the AP exam. Make sure you also check out our live events and teacher-led cram series!
Don't forget to check with your teacher or AP coordinator which administration of the exam you'll be taking! The first administration will be a paper exam at your school, and will take place on May 6th. The second and third administrations will be digital, at your school or at home, on May 19th and June 2nd. For details about exam format, check out our 2021 APUSH Exam Guide.

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Unit 1: Early Contact with the New World (1491-1607)
Unit 2: Colonization of North America (1607-1754)
Unit 3: Conflict and American Independence (1754-1800)
Unit 4: Beginnings of Modern American Democracy (1800-1848)
Unit 5: Toward the Civil War and Reconstruction (1844-1877)
Unit 6: The Industrial Revolution (1865-1898)
Unit 7: The Early 20th Century (1890-1945)
Unit 8: The Postwar Period and Cold War (1945-1980)
Unit 9: Entering into the 21st Century (1980-Present)