This class was tough.
I would definitely recommend this course because it introduces high school sophomores to college-level work, so they can prepare themselves. And, it is important to challenge yourself, which would get you where you want to go and the person who you want to become. Despite the challenging curriculum, it is also, fun to explore and learn more about European history, which shaped today's world.
This course focused from the historical time period of c. 1450-present. Some of the greatest topics that can be learned in AP European History include Renaissance, The Protestant Reformation &Religious Wars; The Commercial Revolution; The Age of Absolutism; The Scientific Revolution; Enlightenment; Revolutionary France; Napoleonic Europe; Era of Romanticism; Industrialization and Social Unrest; European Imperialism, Nationalism, and Cultural Society.
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Advice for students:
Don't give up, if you fail in any test for such a tough course, AP European History. Honestly, this class taught me how to overcome failures. You must challenge yourself to grow up and move ahead in the future of your life. Taking AP courses in high school is very amusing and appreciative to see in your academic background because colleges/universities seek for challenging students. If you don't understand any topic, read and write over your notes or just go to your teacher for a better explanation.