Not only can good AP scores catch the eye of a busy admission officer, but they can also earn you college credit before you even get there. The best way to find out if you’re ready for your test is to practice with test-like material.
The AP Biology test covers topics such as molecules, cells, heredity, molecular genetics, evolution, organisms, populations,
Are you prepared to demonstrate your understanding of differential and integral calculus? The Calculus AB test measures
your ability at the introductory college level.
The AP Calculus BC test measures your knowledge of calculus as taught in a full-year college course.
The AP Chemistry test covers everything from Newtonian Physics to chemical equations.
The AP English Language and Composition exam measures your ability to analyze the style, tone, and rhetoric of prose
passages. You’ll also have to write several essays.
This exam measures your knowledge of works of literature and your ability to critically analyze and interpret texts.
You’ll also have to write several essays.
The AP test in European History covers the period from 1450 through the present.
The exam covers material normally taught in an introductory college macroeconomics course. Topics include national
income and price-level determination, economic growth and performance measures, the financial sector, stabilization
policies, and international trade and finance.
The AP Microeconomics exam covers material normally taught in an introductory college microeconomics course. Topics
include product markets, factor markets, income distribution, and the role of government in economic systems.
The AP Physics B test measures your understanding of college-level physics for non-majors.
The AP Physics C test covers material taught in first-year college courses for physics or engineering majors.
The AP Psychology exam topics include research methods, biological bases of behavior, sensation and perception, learning
and cognition, developmental psychology, personality, abnormal psychology, treatment of psychological disorders,
and social psychology.
The AP exam in Spanish Language tests your written and spoken fluency at the advanced college level. Including both
multiple-choice and free-response questions, it also measures your reading and listening skills.
The AP Statistics exam covers material normally taught in an introductory college statistics course. Topics include
analyzing graphical and numerical data, planning and conducting experiments, calculating probability, and drawing
inferences based on statistical models.
U.S. Government and Politics
The AP U.S. Government and Politics exam tests your knowledge of topics that include: how the government was
formed, the Constitution, political beliefs and behaviors, political parties, the institutions of the government,
public policy, and civil rights and civil liberties.
The AP U.S. History test covers American history from 1492 through the present.
The AP World History exam covers topics that include change and continuity across world history periods, impact
of societal interactions, impact of technology and demography on people and the environment, social and gender
structures, cultural and intellectual developments, and functions and structures of states.