REA's Crash Course for the AP® Art History Exam - Gets You a Higher Advanced Placement® Score in Less Time
2nd Edition - Completely Aligned with Today's Exam
Crash Course is perfect for the time-crunched student, the last-minute studier, or anyone who wants a refresher on the subject.
Are you crunched for time? Have you started studying for your Advanced Placement® Art History exam yet? How will you memorize everything you need to know before the test? Do you wish there was a fast and easy way to study for the exam AND boost your score?
If this sounds like you, don't panic. REA's Crash Course for AP® Art History is just what you need.
Our Crash Course gives you:
Targeted Review - Study Only What You Need to Know
The Crash Course is based on an in-depth analysis of the new AP® Art History course description outline and actual AP® test questions. It covers only the information tested on the exam, so you can make the most of your valuable study time. Written by an AP® Art History teacher, the targeted review prepares students for the 2016 test by focusing on the new framework concepts and learning objectives tested on the redesigned AP® Art History exam.
Included are high-value summaries of all 250 artworks in the official AP Art History image set tested on the exam.
Easy-to-read review chapters in outline format cover all the artistic traditions students need to know, including Global Prehistory, Ancient Mediterranean, Europe and the Americas, Asia, Africa, and more. The book also features must-know Art History terms all AP® students should know before test day.
Expert Test-taking Strategies
Our experienced AP® Art History teacher shares detailed question-level strategies and explains the best way to answer the multiple-choice and free-response questions you'll encounter on test day. By following our expert tips and advice, you can boost your overall point score!
FREE Practice Exam
After studying the material in the Crash Course, go to the online REA Study Center and test what you've learned. Our free practice exam features timed testing, detailed explanations of answers, and automatic scoring analysis. The exam is balanced to include every topic and type of question found on the actual AP® exam, so you know you're studying the smart way.
Whether you're cramming for the test at the last minute, looking for extra review, or want to study on your own in preparation for the exams - this is the study guide every AP® Art History student must have.
When it's crucial crunch time and your Advanced Placement® exam is just around the corner, you need REA's Crash Course for AP® Art History!
About the AuthorGayle Asch
has been teaching Art in the New York City public schools since 1993. She currently teaches at the elite Bronx High School of Science. Ms. Asch received her B.F.A. from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, an M.A. from the College of New Rochelle and her M.S. from Mercy College. Matt Curless
received both his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and Master of Arts in Education from the College of Mount St. Joseph in Cincinnati. Since 1995, Mr. Curless has taught a wide range of art courses, including Art Foundations, Drawing & Painting, Photography, Computer Graphics, Web Design, Yearbook, and his favorite, AP® Art History. He has been a Fine Arts faculty member with the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program for the past 14 years. He has been an Art and Technology teacher at Glen Este High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, since 1999.ABOUT OUR EDITORSLauren Schoellhorn
is a social studies teacher in the Rockwood School district in suburban St. Louis, Missouri. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Science Education from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 2005 and her Master’s in Social Science Education from Webster University in 2012. During her teaching career, Mrs. Schoellhorn has taught AP® Art History, AP® World History, U.S. history, and psychology. She is also an adjunct professor at Webster University in St. Louis. Alexis Culotta
, Ph.D., is a professor of Art History at Chicago’s American Academy of Art, as well as an adjunct lecturer at the Art Institute of Chicago.