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AP World History is an exciting course to take. You can learn about how civilizations have grown and interacted with one another from the time of 600 . to the present day. For your course and AP exam, you will need to write three kinds of essays: document-based, continuity and change-over-time, and comparative.  Each has a slightly different format so be aware of the differences.
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The 1999 Released Exam is a resource you can use with your students throughout the year. Note: Some information in this Released Exam may not reflect the current course and exam.
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