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AP Psychology Practice Exams


Need AP Psychology practice exam questions for the final push to get that 5? Educator.com has you covered with tons of resources we’ve gathered all over the web. And in case you need more help with specific topics, our own time-saving AP Psychology video course will answer all your questions.

Format of Assessment

Section I: Multiple Choice | 100 Questions | 70 Minutes | 66.6% of Exam Score

  • Define and explain content from a range of course topics
  • Apply skills of comparison and interpretation to course concepts, theories, and scientific methods

Section II: Free Response | 2 Questions | 50 Minutes | 33.3% of Exam Score

Topics/themes addressed by these questions may include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Analyze a unique scenario using concepts from different theoretical frameworks or sub domains in the field
  • Design, analyze, or critique a research study

Practice Exams

College Board Practice Exam:

2015: Free-Response Questions

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2014: Free-Response Questions

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2013: Free-Response Questions

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2012: Free-Response Questions

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2011: Free-Response Questions

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2010: Free-Response Questions

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Other Resources:

Learnerator Psych Questions.  Hundreds of free AP Psychology practice questions organized by topic.

AP Psychology Practice Tests. 12 practice tests that are organized by topic, with over 200 questions.

Multiple Choices Quizzes. You will find multiple choice quizzes divided by topics.  Each quiz has between 40 -100 questions.  Once finished, the quizzes will grade themselves.

Introduction to Psychology: Gateways to Mind and Behavior by Coon and Mitterer Chapter Tests.  Great resources from the 12th edition. Multiple choice tutorial quiz, a true/false quiz, flashcards, and a glossary for each of the 18 chapters.

Psychology: Themes and Variationsby Weiten Textbook Resources.  Official site for 8th edition. Tutorial quizzes, glossary’s, and flashcards for each of the 16 chapters.

Myers 10th Edition. Quizzes, vocabulary, and flashcards.

Course Notes Practice Quizzes. Here you will find AP Psychology practice quizzes. These practice quizzes, along with the AP Psychology study guides, glossary, and outlines, will help you prepare for the AP Psychology exam.

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