Step #1: BUY A PREP BOOK!!!!!! Princeton Review and Barrons are the most popular (try to buy the 2017 edition since the test has changed).
Step #2: Read 20 pages everyday to finish the content section.
Step #3: Meet at coffee shops with your study group.

AP World Overview Flashcards from Quizlet:

More Flashcards:

John Green's Crash Course World History:

Overview of what's on the new AP exam:

Bentley Website Practice tests on each chapter:

Multiple Choice and Essay Practice:

Search for Ms. Hadi AP World History Review Videos made by students from past years:

General AP Tips:

Tips on how you should go about studying for the AP World history Exam:

Exam test prep tips for the morning of the big test

Essential exam tips from the Collegeboard
AP EXTRA CREDIT HISTORY MOVIES (Recommendations by Nathan):
To Live - About the changes in China around the Communist Revolution
Gone with the Wind - About the US Civil War
Asoka - A Bollywood movie on the Mauryan Dynasty ruler Ashoka
Gandhi - About Ghandi and his efforts at fighting for Indian Independence from Britain
13 Days - On the Cuban Missile Crisis
Argo - Iran Hostage Crisis
Agora - A historical drama describing the war between science and superstition in the 4th century Roman Egypt
Tora! Tora! Tora! - Dramatization of the Japanese attack on the U.S. Naval base at Pearl Harbor
For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story - About the artistic repression and censorship under the Castro regime through the eyes of Arturo Sandoval
Persepolis - Based on Marjane Satrapi's about her life in the pre and post-revolutionary Iran
Hotel Rwanda - About the Tutsi Genocide in Rwanda

Here is another valuable list (Be sure to discuss film(s) with Ms. Hadi beforehand for confirmation, especially if Rated R):