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AP Exam Resources

Below are a list of useful sites, in no particular order, that you may find helpful in preparing for the AP Exam. If you come across another site that you love and want to see it included here just let Ms. C know. 

The College Board Student Page for APUSH

Khan Academy covers all period in APUSH with videos, question boards, and practice questions. 

Review Games to test your knowledge of US History - Click AP, then Juniors, then AP US, then choose any game and start playing. 

AP Review from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History: Includes Big Picture overviews, content and skill videos, primary sources, and historical essays.

APUSHReview.com: A site that includes review videos for each of the periods covered in the AP Exam. 

Crash Couse US History: From John Green (author of A Fault in Our Stars and Paper Towns), a series of videos reviewing key topics and concepts from American History. 

The Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empowers learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom.

AP US History Study Notes: An online database of vocabulary, practice tests, topic outlines, timelines, and essays. (careful as the textbook outlines are not for our textbook)

A Study Guide to accompany your textbook

A People, A Nation Textbook Outline: Be aware that this website outlines our textbook's 8th Edition, we have the 7th edition. Much of the material and structure is the same, but not exactly. Use with caution. 

"The Century Series: America's Time" a set of documentary videos created by ABC News and the History Channel in 2000 to look back at the United States from 1900- 2000. 

JOCZ Production's APUSH Explained Videos