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ASAP World History: A Quick-Review Study Guide for the AP Exam
The AP World History exam takes 3 hours and 15 minutes to complete and is composed of two sections: a multiple choice and short answer section and an essay section. AP World History multiple choice questions are grouped into sets. They are based on primary or secondary sources, including excerpts from historical documents or writings, images, graphs, and maps. This section will test your ability to analyze and engage with the source materials while recalling what you already know about world history. Students will choose between two options for the final required short-answer question, each one focusing on a different time period. The AP World History DBQ presents a prompt and a variety of historical documents that are intended to show the complexity of a particular historical issue.