Barron's AP European History

Barron's AP European History

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by James M. Eder, Seth A. Roberts
     
 

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This manual presents two full-length model AP exams in European History with questions answered and explained plus a 15-chapter summary of European history, from the era of the Italian Renaissance to the present day. Following each chapter are additional essay questions and multiple-choice questions with answers for practice and review. The author also presents

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This manual presents two full-length model AP exams in European History with questions answered and explained plus a 15-chapter summary of European history, from the era of the Italian Renaissance to the present day. Following each chapter are additional essay questions and multiple-choice questions with answers for practice and review. The author also presents detailed advice on systematic methods for studying history and a general overview of the Advanced Placement exam.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764143137
Publisher:
Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
Publication date:
02/01/2010
Pages:
464
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.70(h) x 1.00(d)

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Barron's AP European History 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is horrendous as an AP European History guide. It leaves out many key facts, and its quizzes themselves are flimsy at best often testing information that it never covered. It has a tendency to make footnotes of some key figures in history. Some of the information it does contain is quite ridiculous (i.e. Einstein's Theory of Relativity and the Heisenburg Uncertainty Principle had a large affect on the mindset of the general population of Europe and America during the Interwar Period). I would not recommend this book to anyone who wants to get more than a 3 on the AP exam. After reading this book a couple times and taking a real AP test, I realized that this book does not prepare a student for the actual test. Buy the Princeton Review!!!
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I must say I enjoyed Barron's book the best of all. The Cliff Notes one I found to be way too vague and the tests were extremely easy. REA's was EXTREMELY well written but since I chose to study last minute the book was much too lengthy and intricate in detail for me to use. So I guess you can say Barron's was the perfect bed. ':