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The AP Psychology Exam is divided into 2 different parts:
In 2018, only 21.1% of all students who participated in the AP Psychology Exam obtained a perfect score of 5.
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What is the AP Psychology Exam?
AP Psychology is a course offered in high school, which is equivalent to a one-semester college Psychology course that focuses on topics such as learning, cognition, sensation, and perception. By taking this course, students are afforded the opportunity to receive college credit in Psychology and/or the advantage of taking more advanced courses in college.
Students who are wishing to receive college credit from taking this class must score a 3 or higher on the AP Psychology Exam in May.
This 2-hour exam measures how well students can correctly recall and utilize cumulative knowledge learned in their AP Psychlgoy class. Students must apply this knowledge in order to correctly answer both multiple-choice and free-response questions.
Calculators are not permitted on the AP Psychology Exam.
The AP Psychology Exam is divided into 2 different sections:
Section 1 contains
Each question will have 4 answer choices.
Students will have 1 hour and 10 minutes to complete this section without the use of a calculator.
This section is worth 66.7% of the entire exam.
No partial credit will be given for any incorrect answers.
Section 2 contains
Each question may contain 1-3 sub-questions.
Students may be asked to explain specific behaviors or analyze specific data & studies.
Students will have 50 minutes to complete this section without the use of a calculator.
This section is worth 33.3% of the entire exam.
Partial credit may be given for incorrect answers.
Topics on the AP Psychology Exam include:
Biological Bases of Behavior
Clinical & Social Psychology
Cognitive & Developmental Psychology
Emotion & Personality
Learning & Motivation
Scientific Foundations of Psychology
Sensation & Perception
How is the AP Psychology Exam scored?
Both sections are scored together through the use of computers, specially appointed college professors, and experienced AP Psychology teachers. This encompasses a student’s composite score which is then translated to the 1-5 scoring system by statistical and mathematical processes. Students with a score of 3 or higher will be able to submit their scores to prospective colleges to gain college credit in Psychology and/or advanced placement in future college courses.
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