AP European History multiple choice questions focus on European History from the year 1450 to the present. Like all Advanced Placement tests, AP Euro is a college-level course that is administered by the College Board. Students are tested on chronology, major events, and historical trends. Our free AP European History practice test is a great place to start your exam prep.
AP European History Multiple Choice Questions:
From invasions from neighboring empires.
The sovereignty of the Baltic Sea.
From the overthrowing of the Russian, Dutch and Swedish dynasties.
The militarily neutral shipping from attacks by the British Royal Navy.
The persecution of Jews.
The persecution of the Huguenots.
The persecution of Roman Catholics.
The persecution of Muslims.
The beginning of the Tudor dynasty.
The end of the War of the Roses.
The end of the Plantagenet dynasty.
The end of the Tudor dynasty.
The European Revolutions of 1848.
Irish Potato Famine.
The Industrial Revolution.
The American Revolutionary War.
The Russian Revolution.
The French Revolution.
The Napoleonic Wars.
The Byzantine-Ottoman Wars.
The Thirty Years’ War.
The Franco-Prussian War.
The Capture of Rome.
The Red Devils.
The Black Brigade.
The 1755 Lisbon earthquake.
The Great Awakening.
The Great Northern War.
Famine caused by the Thirty Years’ War.
To discuss the abolition of slavery.
To protect the American colony from British attack.
To gain support in an attempt to raise taxes.
To restore the French monarchy.
The surrender of the Nasrid dynasty.
The Spanish Inquisition.
The Treaty of the Pyrenees.
The storming of the Lisbon Palace by rebels.
Increased social division.
The Great Wall of China.
The Statue of Liberty.
The Berlin Wall.
Treaty of Reconciliation.
Treaty of Unification.
Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance.
Treaty of the Justification of Freedom.
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About the AP European History Test:
The AP European History exam consists of multiple-choice questions, a document-based essay question, and 2 thematic essays. Students have 3 hours and 5 minutes to complete the test.
Section I is multiple choice, which is 55 minutes long and has 80 questions. Each question has 5 possible answers. The AP European History multiple choice questions will account for half of your overall test score.
Section II is the free-response section, which is divided into parts A,B and C. It begins with a mandatory 15 minute reading period followed by Part A, the document-based essay question. You will have 45 minutes to answer the DBQ. In Part B you will choose one question from a group of three and write a thematic essay. In Part C there is another list of three questions, and you must write one additional essay. You will have 70 minutes to complete Parts B and C.