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Advanced Placement Psychology, or AP Psychology for short, is a college-level introductory psychology course. The course is part of the College Board's Advanced Placement Program, and students can receive college credit by taking it. The course prepares students to take the AP Psychology exam, which is a comprehensive exam covering material found in a typical college introductory psychology program.
Before taking the test, you should familiarize yourself with the exam's basic structure as well as the topics covered by the examination.
The AP Psychology exam is two hours long.
The exam is divided into two sections: multiple-choice and free response. There are 100 multiple-choice questions and two short-answer questions. Students must complete the multiple-choice section in 70 minutes and the free answer section in 50 minutes.
The multiple-choice section of the exam accounts for two-thirds of the total score, while the free response section accounts for the remaining one-third.
The exam covers content and subject matter that are typically taught in a college-level introductory psychology course.
Scientific Foundations of Psychology: 10–14%
Biological Bases of Behavior: 8–10%
Sensation and Perception: 6–8%
Cognitive Psychology: 13–17%
Developmental Psychology: 7–9%
Motivation, Emotion, and Personality: 11–15%
Clinical Psychology: 12–16%
Social Psychology: 8–10%
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