Romulus APUSH Review 4+

Romulus Education, LLC

Designed for iPhone

    • 3.4 • 68 Ratings
    • $2.99

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Romulus US History is a quiz-based application of iOS devices designed to help students review for exams in US History, such as AP US History and IB History of the Americas, as well as for unit tests and mid-term exams. Our goal in designing this program is to allow students to reinforce their content knowledge in a fun, quick and accessible way.

This app contains over 800 review questions with topics ranging from the Native Americans and Colonization to the Cold War and Contemporary America. All questions have been written or reviewed by Tom Richey, a teacher with several years of experience teaching AP US History. In order to best provide quick, accessible explanations to students, the app utilizes external links that allow students to quickly review content when needed.

AP, Advanced Placement Program, and College Board are registered trademarks of the College Entrance Examination Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.

What’s New

Version 3.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Minor updates

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

Bending Danny ,

A Bit Helpful but not really necessary.

This app is very much like quizlet and the good part is that it’s fast and quick to help you learn info. However, the questions aren’t in the AP multiple choice format. There are no true or false questions on the exam, but many of the questions in the app have this format. Adding real prep multiple choice questions from practice APUSH exams would be really helpful so students can have a basic idea of the format. Other than that, I was that the app was organized into the different periods which was helpful. Also the option of looking at info regarding your wrong answer really helped. I would recommend this app.

Developer Response ,

Hello Bending Danny. This is Duke from the Romulus Team. Thanks for your honest feedback. We are currently working on our NextGen APUSH and we hope to address some of your concerns with the new coding. Having a way to access the real exam might be doable. Thanks for the suggestion! We agree that having the answer explanations really help and are a great way of learning the content. Thanks again and Press On! Duke

T.K. Gamer ,

Maybe some reformation needed

So, a lot of this is good. It goes over vocab, policies, presidents' and eras' quirks, and dates, but a big problem for me is that it goes over battles. The AP test really doesn't care about the battles and wars, just the effects they bring. So maybe the questions need some work, but it's an okay source, even though it's ultimately one I would not use to replace textbooks.

Dr. Rob McKenna ,


This app looks helpful yes. I was looking for help with reviewing for the AP US history exam and I found this app to help review. PLEASE DONT BUY IT. This app is a multiple choice review app and the bad part is that it asks questions that are too specific and not helpful in studying concepts and events that will be in the AP exam. It will ask a question about who passed a certain bill which is not helpful compared to a question that helps you review what the act actually is. I would NOT recommend this app. Don't waste your time and money on this app when you could be using other resources to study that are actually helpful. One last time DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY I am genuinely triggered after buying this app.

Developer Response ,

Hello Dr. Rob McKenna,
We are sorry that you purchased this app and it did not meet your expectations. We are continue to build our apps and educate our audience on what the app is and what the app is not. This app is going to be more helpful with free-response items than it is with the multiple-choice section. Our questions are not meant to replace standard exam questions, but to supplement preparation so that students have a more secure grasp of the content. The Romulus apps can help to strengthen knowledge of specific evidence, making it less likely that a student will draw a blank while working on the Free-Response sections of the exam (SAQs, DBQ, LEQ). Our goal is provide an affordable means for students to quickly study and review concepts by periods. We are currently developing our NextGen APUSH app and we believe we are zeroing in on an amazing product. Thanks for your honest feedback as we take all feedback and go make the apps better. Press On! Duke

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