Global History Essay Rubric

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Just be sure to use the new DBQ rubric if you want to use any of the old prompts provided by the College Board.(DBQs are in the documents titled “Free-Response Questions.”) I advise you to save all these links (or even download all the Free Response Questions and the Scoring Guides) for reference, because you will be using them again and again for practice.

Just be sure to use the new DBQ rubric if you want to use any of the old prompts provided by the College Board.(DBQs are in the documents titled “Free-Response Questions.”) I advise you to save all these links (or even download all the Free Response Questions and the Scoring Guides) for reference, because you will be using them again and again for practice.

How often you take the practice DBQs and how many times you repeat the cycle really depends on how much preparation you need, and how often you want to check your progress.

Take practice DBQs often enough that the format stays familiar, but not so much that you’ve done barely any skills practice in between. The general preparation process is to diagnose, practice, test, and repeat.

One thing to keep in mind, though, is that the earlier you start studying for your AP test, the less material you will have covered in class.

Make sure you continually review older material as the school year goes on to keep things fresh in your mind, but in terms of DBQ prep it probably doesn’t make sense to start before February or January at the absolute earliest. I recommend you complete a baseline DBQ around early February to see where you need to focus your efforts.

A history teacher would be a great resource, but if they are not available to you in this capacity, here are some other ideas: about the DBQ and you’d like to do a little basic familiarization before you establish your baseline, that’s completely fine.

There’s no point in taking a practice exam if you are going to panic and muddle your way through it; it won’t give a useful picture of your skills.

If, for example, you got a six out of seven and missed one point for doing further document analysis, you won’t need to spend too much time studying how to write a DBQ.

Maybe just do a document analysis exercise every few weeks and check in a couple months later with another timed practice DBQ to make sure you’ve got it.

As for the other two history exams, the College Board has provided practice questions. If you’ve already seen this question, the only other questions available through the College Board are in the old format, because the 2017 World History DBQ is in a new, seven-point format identical to the AP US History and AP European History exams.

So be sure to use the new DBQ rubric if you want to use any of the old prompts provided by the College Board.

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