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Format of Assessment
Section I: Multiple Choice: 60 Questions | 90 Minutes | 50% of Exam Score
- Discrete items
- Items in sets
Section II: Free Response: 7 Questions | 105 Minutes | 50% of Exam Score
- Three long- and four short-answer questions.The seven questions ensure the assessment of the following skills: experimental design, quantitative/qualitative translation, analysis of authentic lab data and observations to identify patterns or explain phenomena, creating or analyzing atomic and molecular views to explain observations, and following a logical/analytical pathway to solve a problem.
College Board Practice Exam:
- Free Response Questionsfor 2015 AP Chemistry (Opens in new window)
- Free Response Questionsfor 2014 AP Chemistry
- 1999 AP Chemistry Released Exam
- 1994 AP Chemistry Released Exam
- Albert.io Chemistry – Practice sample questions through interactive practice. It features 6 important topics in AP Chemistry
- Science Geek Interactive Review Activities – Each time you reload the activity, the problems will be in a different order, and the answers will be reshuffled!
- Adrian Dingles Chemistry Pages – Quizzes are arranged by AP TOPIC and in sets of five questions. This allows for specificity within a broad TOPIC area, and more manageable tasks for students.
- Zumdahl Chemistry Textbook – Include tutorial quizzes, key terms, and flashcards on 22 AP Chemistry chapters.
- Brown, Chemistry: The Central Science – Quizzes and interactive activities for each of the 25 AP Chemistry chapters/
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