AP Psychology Classes
Scoring a 4 or 5 pointer on AP Psychology can seem daunting. Fortunately, 45.6% of students who sat for the AP Psychology test scored a 4 or 5 on the exam! That means AP Psychology is a prime opportunity to boost your confidence and experience in taking AP exams. Advanced Placement (AP) Psychology is an intense course that covers broad content, and it’s capped by a rigorous cumulative AP exam. The Psychology AP course explores concepts, theories, and behaviors associated with the field and research areas of psychology. Successful students will become familiar with the history of the field, past, and current research methods, and the biological and emotional bases for behavior. Because psychology is a rapidly changing field, students should ensure that they prepare for the test with the most current materials available. The Psychology AP exam is one of the shortest AP exams, clocking in at just two hours and comprised of two sections. In the test, the first section takes one hour and 10 minutes, contains 100 multiple-choice questions and accounts for 66.6% of your total score; and the second section takes 50 minutes, contains two free-response questions, and accounts for 33.3% of your score.