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Many colleges and universities require a course on Western Civilization as part of a general education requirement, but many students take similar classes in high school. If you are one of these students, you may want to avoid taking a course that covers material that you have already learned. The College Level Examination Program exam on Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 challenges test-takers to demonstrate their mastery of content that is traditionally covered in the first semester of a year-long Western civilization course. By achieving a strong enough score on the 90-minute, 120-question, multiple-choice test, you can receive credit for an introductory Western civilization course at certain colleges and universities.
Of course, Western Civilization is a broad subject, which can make reviewing for it difficult. The exam covers the time period from the development of cities in ancient Sumer to the Wars of Religion in the seventeenth century. In addition to the exam%u2019s massive scope, the test asks questions in surprising detail and depth. You will need to be familiar with Western civilization at a level well beyond knowing that Roman and Greek mythology are fairly similar and that the Renaissance began in Italy. In order to do well enough to avoid an introductory class, you need to understand the ins and outs of the history of Western civilization.
Varsity Tutors can help connect you with a tutor who can offer superb CLEP Western Civilization I tutoring custom-tailored to your particular skills and concerns. Tutoring allows you to work with an experienced scholar on the history of Western civilization. Many tutors hold advanced degrees from the most well-known and well-respected colleges and universities in the nation. Even more than being accomplished academics, personal instructors are gifted educators who have a passion for working with students. Each of your CLEP Western Civilization I tutoring sessions can be conducted in an individualized, one-on-one setting, allowing you to have your tutor%u2019s full attention.
In addition, your lesson plans can be tailored specifically for you by your tutor, based upon your background knowledge and current test-taking abilities. A student with a background in Classics may need to focus on reviewing the Renaissance and the Protestant Reformation, while a student with a passion for Italian history may need to review the history and culture of northern Europe to be fully prepared for the exam. No matter which aspects of Western civilization you understand and which you find confusing, your tutor can customize your tutoring curriculum to adapt to your specific needs.
Additionally, your private tutor can help you develop study skills and test-taking skills that will benefit you on this exam and throughout your academic career. Figuring out the most effective way for you to study can go a long way in helping you succeed on the exam.
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