You can use the AP World History Question of the Day to get into the habit of thinking about World History content on a daily basis when studying for the AP exam. Varsity Tutors' AP World History Questions of the Day are drawn from each topic and question type covered on the AP World History exam.
Question of the Day: AP World History
These people were renowned for their mastery of camels and their fanatical devotion to Islam.
Although other history classes in your high school career have offered an overview of world history, the AP World History class offers a much more detailed understanding of human history, starting all the way back at 8,000 BCE, and ending in the modern era. By studying prominent people and significant historical events, you gain a much better understanding of how one major event feeds into another. By completing AP World History and passing the exam, you can earn college credit. When you begin to prepare for your exam, try incorporating Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools Question of the Day into your study routine. Whether you need History tutoring in Washington DC, History tutoring in Kansas City, or History Tutoring tutoring in Spokane, working one-on-one with an expert may be just the boost your studies need.
Because you are a smart, driven student, you know that waiting until the last minute to study everything in one or two days will not help you pass the test. You need the daily test review offered by the Learning Tools, which provide a full, online suite of free tools to help you study for AP World History in-depth, every day. Included with these tools is the helpful Question of the Day. This is a daily, one-question quiz that is never the same. Questions cover important civilizations, people, and events across the thousands of years of human history, based on past exams. Because this question is similar to AP World History exam questions, it is valuable daily test practice. Varsity Tutors offers resources like a free AP World History Flashcards help with your self-paced study, or you may want to consider an AP World History tutor.
There are several parts to the Question of the Day that can prove useful to your understanding of the material and your test-taking skills. One of these is the timer feature. Unlike the AP exam, you are not required to answer the Question of the Day in a specific amount of time. However, you can see how long you take to answer the question, which can help you determine how familiar you are with different topics covered by the material. Knowing where you are strong and weak will help guide your test review sessions.
You can also use the timer to reduce the length of time you take to answer the Question of the Day. You will have less than one minute to rapidly answer each question in the multiple-choice portion of the exam, so you must be very familiar with the material to do well on it, and be very familiar with answering questions under pressure. The Question of the Day also offers graphs showing you how well you do over time and how well you understand the AP World History material compared to other AP students across the country. And best of all, the Question of the Day offers a detailed explanation of the correct answer at the bottom of the page – even if you get the answer right, you can use this information to improve your understanding. In addition to the AP World History Question of the Day and AP World History tutoring, you may also want to consider taking some of our AP World History Practice Tests.
Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools offers other free online tools to use in conjunction with the Question of the Day, including practice tests, flashcards, and Learn by Concept. Each Learning Tool is an engaging way to refresh yourself on the large amount of material covered on the AP World History exam in as efficient a manner as possible.