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AP U.S. Government & Politics Practice Exams


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Format of Assessment 

Section I: Multiple Choice | 60 Questions | 45 Minutes | 50% of Exam Score

  • Demonstrate understanding of major course concepts, policies and institutions
  • Apply skills of comparison and interpretation in addition to factual recall

Section II: Free Response | 4 Questions | 100 Minutes | 50% of Exam Score

  • Define concepts and explain or interpret content across all course topics
  • Analyze political relationships and evaluate policy changes using examples from the course to support the argument or response

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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1999 Released Exam

Other Resources:

Albert.io Practice Questions.  Interactive AP Government practice questions.

ACE Textbook Practice Tests.  9th edition of American Government by Wilson and Dilulio. An interactive test for each of the 22 chapters.

My Max Score.  60 multiple choice questions and 4 free response questions.

U.S. Government Quiz. Vocabulary quizzes cover constitutional terms, presidential terms, and congressional terms.  All of these U.S. Government quizzes are designed to focus on the key words that will undoubtedly show up on your American Government and Politics exams or your AP U.S. Government quizzes.

AP Government Practice Test. High school Test Prep. Detailed explanations.

McGraw Hill.  25 interactive U.S. Government questions.

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