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AP World History
Survival Guide

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Table of Contents | Pages | AP World History Overview | 3 – 7 | The AP Exam | 3 | World Regions | 4 – 5 | Five Course Themes | 6 | Four Historical Thinking Skills | 7 | Essays Overview | 8 - 15 | Document-based Question (DBQ) | 8 – 12 | Change and Continuity over Time (CCOT) | 13 – 15 | Comparative Essay | 16 – 18 | Released Free Response Questions | 19 – 20 | AP Curriculum Framework | 21 – 38 | Period 1 (Up to 600 B.C.E.)—5% | 21 – 22 | Period 2 (600 B.C.E. to 600 C.E.)—15% | 23 – 25 | Period 3 (600 to
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During this section, students may distribute their time as they choose between the three questions; however, the proctor will issue time warnings suggesting you move on to the next question. g. Part A: Document-Based Question i. Suggested planning and writing time= 50 minutes ii. This essay question tests your ability to formulate and support an answer using documentary evidence. You will read, analyze, and group a selection of 7-10 primary source documents to craft and support a historical argument. You must use ALL the documents. h. Part B: Change and Continuity over Time Question iii. Suggested planning and writing time= 40 minutes iv. This essay question deals specifically with analysis of changes and continuities over time and covers at least one of the periods in the concept outline. You should answer the question using specific evidence. i. Part C: Comparative Question v. Suggested planning and writing time= 40 minutes vi. The comparative essay focuses on developments across at least TWO regions or societies. It relates to one of the five major themes in the course (ex: state building, economic systems) and requires analysis of the reasons for identified similarities and differences. j. Essay Scoring: Students can earn a maximum of 9 points (7 basic core

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