Updated April 8 Students can now download the digital testing application and take digital practice to prepare them for the testing experience. See below for more information on digital practice and taking the digital exam. History Exams will be offered on paper in early May and as digital exams in late May and early June. The paper and digital versions of the AP U. History Exam will be full length and cover the full scope of course content, giving students the opportunity to qualify for college credit and placement. There are differences between the paper and digital versions of some AP Exams, and those variations differ by course.
The 2020-21 Common Application Essay Prompts
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For the application cycle, the Common Application essay prompts remain unchanged from the cycle. With the inclusion of the popular "Topic of Your Choice" option, you have the opportunity to write about anything you want to share with the folks in the admissions office. The current prompts are the result of much discussion and debate from the member institutions who use the Common Application. The essay length limit stands at words the minimum is words , and students will need to choose from the seven options below. The essay prompts are designed to encourage reflection and introspection. The best essays focus on self-analysis, rather than spending a disproportionate amount of time merely describing a place or event.
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Go to AP Central for resources for teachers, administrators, and coordinators. Study the cultural, economic, political, and social developments that have shaped Europe from c. Putting historical developments in context and making connections between them. Coming up with a claim or thesis and explaining and supporting it in writing.