Materials are available in print and eBook formats and include additional online components. The course incorporates the theme of movement, including the travels of individuals, the trade of goods, and cultural shifts. Instruction addresses the role of religion in shaping political, social, and cultural history. While Voyages is a world history text, it includes material related to European history.
How can you find out more? It grew out of PA Homeschoolersa family business started by Howard and Susan Richman, has been serving the homeschooling community in Pennsylvania and nationwide for more than thirty years.
InHoward and Susan wanted to find a way to give their own high-school homeschooled children outside structure, challenging coursework, and academic community: AP Homeschoolers was one of the first online providers for AP test preparation courses for homeschoolers.
Today, PA Homeschoolers offers dozens of AP courses and have served thousands of homeschooled students worldwide. We hope your family will find courses here that help you fulfill your goals for the coming school year.
What do we offer? While our courses are focused on preparing students for the Advanced Placement exams in the spring, they offer much more than mere test preparation. Our courses run from early fall to late spring, offering personal interaction with master teachers and motivated classmates.
Each course is individually shaped by its instructor and offers its own structure, degree of interactivity, and academic goals, with everything aligned to the College Board AP program requirements. By reading course descriptions and class reviews, prospective parents and students can find courses appropriate to any learning style.
We feel that online courses should do more than replace a brick-and-mortar classroom with a website, so we seek out teachers who understand the unique needs of homeschooling students and the potential of online education.
All of our AP Online classes are authorized through the College Board Audit process— our teachers each have their syllabus approved by experienced course reviewers, meeting all College Board AP guidelines for course coverage.
Perhaps one of the best aspects of our classes is that in the many years that we have offered AP Online, we have developed a community of homeschool student scholars who bring to each class the positive ways of interacting that they have learned in previous classes. Many students form positive friendships that last beyond their high school at home years—and at least a few students have opted to be college roommates after learning together in AP Online!
You do not have to live in Pennsylvania to take part. We fully realize that a growing number of homeschool students may take part-time coursework at a local public or private school or college, or have oversight from a homeschool program such as Mother of Divine Grace School, Clonlara School, or a private school set up to help homeschoolers this option is often used in California.
How do students apply? Registration is now open for the school year. Courses accept students based on rolling admission, so some will fill up as soon as May or June, while others may accept students up through the start of the school year. To apply for courses, apply directly through each individual teacher by following the directions in the course description; admittance requirements for each course varies.
Once a student has been accepted into a course, the student should submit payment for the course through our secure online store, or via check we also have a payment plan. How do our students do on the AP exams?
The AP exam scores mean the following: There are two reasons why these scores may not be a completely accurate representation: The PA Homeschoolers Online students who did not put down our code may have scored differently.
The distribution of school student scores for the test administration are not yet available and may have been different from the distribution graphed above. Who recommends our courses?
We have done very little advertising of our courses over the years, and our student body has grown through strong word of mouth and repeat customers. Many college admissions consultants working with bright homeschool students specially recommend our courses.
Probably the best way to see what others have thought of our courses is to be sure to read the student reviews after each course description. These reviews are automatically posted, unedited, and represent the opinions of past students, as well as parents.
Because we believe in giving individual teachers creative control over their courses, the best way to find out about each course is to read each course description and the reviews from past students.
In addition, you are welcome to contact individual teachers with further questions.Sending AP Scores. After you take an AP Exam, we send your score report to the college or university that you designated on your answer sheet.
Your score report is cumulative and includes scores for all the AP Exams you have ever taken, unless you requested that one or more scores be withheld from a college or canceled. AP European History Long Essay Questions **Note: This Long Essay Question test bank contains 8 pairs of cross-period questions that are numbered and address all 4 AP European History time periods.
The question pairs are organized by period and mirror the format of the College Board’s AP European History sample exam questions. Periods 1 & 2 Question 1. Free AP US History practice exams.
A huge directory of free resources for your APUSH Review. Practice tests, DBQ questions, notes, outlines, & more. The questions contained in this AP® European History Practice Exam are written to the content specifications of AP Exams for this subject.
Taking this practice exam should provide students with an idea of their general areas of strengths and weaknesses in preparing for the actual AP Exam. How do our students do on the AP exams? Each year, the College Board reports how our PA Homeschoolers students score on the AP exams.
The following graphs summarize our students' scores in , as reported by the College Board, and how school students scored in on the same exams. This is a twenty question quiz that covers from the High Middle Ages to the present.
This quiz is intended to help prepare for the Advanced Placement European History Exam.