AP World History: Modern Practice Test

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Unit 1: The Global Tapestry 9%
Unit 2: Networks of Exchange 9%
Unit 3: Land-Based Empires 14%
Unit 4: Transoceanic Interconnections 14%
Unit 5: Revolutions 14%
Unit 6: Consequences of Industrialization 14%
Unit 7: Global Conflict 9%
Unit 8: Cold War and Decolonization 9%
Unit 9: Globalization 8%
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Test Standards

Unit 1: The Global Tapestry
1. (1.1)  Developments in East Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450
2. (1.2)  Developments in Dar al-Islam from c. 1200 to c. 1450
3. (1.3)  Developments in South and Southeast Asia from c. 1200 to c. 1450
4. (1.4)  State Building in the Americas
5. (1.5 )  State Building in Africa
6. (1.6)  Developments in Europe from c. 1200 to c. 1450
7. (1.7)  Comparison in the Period from c. 1200 to c. 1450
Unit 2: Networks of Exchange
1. (2.1)  The Silk Roads
2. (2.2)  The Mongol Empire and the Making of the Modern World
3. (2.3)  Exchange in the Indian Ocean
4. (2.4)  Trans-Saharan Trade Routes
5. (2.5 & 2.6)  Cultural & Environmental Consequences of Connectivity
6. (2.7)  Comparison of Economic Exchange
Unit 3: Land-Based Empires
1. (3.1)  Empires Expand
2. (3.2)  Empires: Administration
3. (3.3)  Empires: Belief Systems
4. (3.4)  Comparison in Land-Based Empires
Unit 4: Transoceanic Interconnections
1. (4.1)  Technological Innovations from 1450 to 1750
2. (4.2)  Exploration: Causes and Events from 1450 to 1750
3. (4.3)  Columbian Exchange
4. (4.4)  Maritime Empires Established
5. (4.5)  Maritime Empires Maintained and Developed
6. (4.6)  Internal and External Challenges to State Power from 1450 to 1750
7. (4.7)  Changing Social Hierarchies from 1450 to 1750
8. (4.8)  Continuity and Change from 1450 to 1750
Unit 5: Revolutions
1. (5.1)  The Enlightenment
2. (5.2 )  Nationalism and Revolutions in the Period from 1750 to 1900
3. (5.3)  Industrial Revolution Begins
4. (5.4)  Industrialization Spreads in the Period from 1750 to 1900
5. (5.5)  Technology of the Industrial Age
6. (5.6)  Industrialization: Government’s Role from 1750 to 1900
7. (5.7)  Economic Developments and Innovations in the Industrial Age
8. (5.8 )  Reactions to the Industrial Economy from 1750 to 1900
9. (5.9)  Society and the Industrial Age
10. (5.10)  Continuity and Change in the Industrial Age
Unit 6: Consequences of Industrialization
1. (6.1)  Rationales for Imperialism from 1750 to 1900
2. (6.2)  State Expansion from 1750 to 1900
3. (6.3)  Indigenous Responses to State Expansion from 1750 to 1900
4. (6.4)  Global Economic Development from 1750 to 1900
5. (6.5)  Economic Imperialism from 1750 to 1900
6. (6.6)  Causes of Migration in an Interconnected World
7. (6.7)  Effects of Migration
8. (6.8 )  Causation in the Imperial Age
Unit 7: Global Conflict
1. (7.1)  Shifting Power After 1900
2. (7.2)  Causes of World War I
3. (7.3)  Conducting World War I
4. (7.4)  The Economy in the Interwar Period
5. (7.5)  Unresolved Tensions After World War I
6. (7.6)  Causes of World War II
7. (7.7)  Conducting World War II
8. (7.8)  Mass Atrocities After 1900
9. (7.9)  Causation in Global Conflict
Unit 8: Cold War and Decolonization
1. (8.1-8.3)  The Cold War
2. (8.4)  Spread of Communism After 1900
3. (8.5 & 8.6)  Decolonization After 1900 & Newly Independent States
4. (8.7)  Global Resistance to Established Order After 1900
5. (8.8)  End of the Cold War
6. (8.9 )  Causation in the Age of the Cold War and Decolonization
Unit 9: Globalization
1. (9.1)  Advances in Technology and Exchange After 1900
2. (9.2)  Technological Advances and Limitations After 1900: Disease
3. (9.3)  Technological Advances: Debates About the Environment After 1900
4. (9.4)  Economics in the Global Age
5. (9.5)  Calls for Reform and Responses After 1900
6. (9.6 - 9.8)  Globalization: Resistance, Institution, Continuity, & Chage
7. (9.9 )  Continuity and Change in a Globalized World