Varsity Tutors always has a different AP Art History Question of the Day ready at your disposal! If you’re just looking to get a quick review into your busy day, our AP Art History Question of the Day is the perfect option. Answer enough of our AP Art History Question of the Day problems and you’ll be ready to ace the next test. Check out what today’s AP Art History Question of the Day is below.

You can use the AP Art History Question of the Day to get into the habit of thinking about Art History content on a daily basis when studying for the AP exam. Varsity Tutors' AP Art History Questions of the Day are drawn from each topic and question type covered on the AP Art History exam.

Question of the Day: AP Art History

John-patmos

The artist of the above work is __________.

Roger van der Weiden

Hieronymus Bosch

Jan van Eyck

Pieter Breugel the Elder

Studying for your Advanced Placement art history class can be particularly difficult, simply because it’s not the same type of test that you may see when taking a math or science test. Often times, the art history AP test will feature visual questions rather than word problems or equations. With Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools AP Art History Question of the Day, you will be able to study for your upcoming test with the same type of visual questions that you will see on test day. 


When using the AP Art History Question of the Day tool, you will be asked a multiple-choice question in regard to a piece of art. Once you answer the question, you will be directed to a new page with not only the answer to the question, but a number of other tools and statistics that will help you to further prepare for the test. These statistics include the percentile that answered the question the same way that you did, as well as a percentile that factors in the answer plus the amount of time it took for you to answer. Each question will also be given a difficulty rating, which will allow you to judge your ability to answer more difficult questions. If you didn’t get the question right, or if you want further information on a question that you did properly answer, each question will be accompanied with an explanation of why the answer is what it is. Beyond the explanation, each answer will also provide further study tools on the concept of your Question of the Day. For instance, if your question is in regard to a nineteenth century piece of art, it will also come with additional study questions on how to identify those specific pieces of art.

One of the key benefits of the Learning Tools AP Art History Question of the Day is that you are able to see the same type of questions that you will see on your AP Art History test. Because subjects like art history can be more abstract that a math or science test, which deals with specific terms and equations, studying for a test on the material can be difficult. By being able to visualize questions on a daily basis in a similar fashion to those on your AP Art History test, you have the opportunity to be more prepared for it. Further, by being able to see a different concept of art history on a daily basis, you will be able to touch on a number of different topics, while at the same time getting into a habit of studying a different concept each day, which will keep your mind sharp on the topic as you prepare for your test.

Along with other Learning Tools like practice tests and flashcards, the AP Art History Question of the Day tool are a great part of your study plan. By using the Question of the Day tool each day, you will touch on the topics every day, giving you a fresh look at new concepts and keeping your mind thinking about your upcoming exam.
 

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