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Top 5 Changes in the AP World History Exam

Source Proprofs.com Out with the old, in with the new. With 2017 looming around the corner, it is only a matter of time before your students face the new AP World History exam. While the test is still made up of two sections, there have been several major changes within these sections, ranging...

AP US Government & Politics Review Question 1

Government and politics are establish the order within a society. Being based in the United States, it is important then to understand the politics and governmental policy of our governing country. This latest post covers yet another AP subject: AP US Government and Politics. With concepts heavily linked to US History, if you plan...

AP Psychology Review Question 1

A review by Omninox for the upcoming AP exam for Psychology In continuation with our series of question reviews in order to prepare for AP exams, we cover a brand new AP subject: AP Psychology. According to Total Registration, the 2014 year had a 34.5% failure rate with the exam, so it should...

AP US History (APUSH) Exam - New and Recent Changes

How the new Advanced Placement (AP) US History (APUSH) exam can provide better results for students and teachers Continuing on with highlighting the changes made to AP exams, I bring you yet another AP exam that has undergone a major change: AP United States History (APUSH). Similar to AP Chemistry and AP Physics 1...

AP European History Question Review 2 - Napoleon & Egypt

The second AP European History question review This review is about the short French man who dominated a lot of Europe and was able to amass an empire that is comparible to one developed by Alexander the Great, not the amazing Napoleon dessert that you normally get from your French bakery/dessert shop. Seeing...