With the 2011 AP Psychology Exam just around the corner, I (Kent) thought it might be helpful to list some of the many resources available on AP Central. Best of luck to all on the 2011 AP Psychology Exam.
General Information on AP Psychology
AP Psychology Home Page
AP Psychology Course Description Book (Acorn Book)
AP Psychology Exam Information
This site includes basic information on the AP Psychology Exam and access to all the Free Response Questions, rubrics, sample responses, etc. since 1999.
Released AP Psychology Exams
Occasionally, the College Board releases the actual AP Psychology Exam students have taken. To date, the 1994, 1999, 2004 and 2007 AP Psychology exams have been released. The 1994 and 1999 released exams can be found on the AP Central website. The 2004 and 2007 released exams can be purchased at the College Board Store. Due to the changes in scoring for the multiple choice section starting in 2011 (see below), revised scoring worksheets have been published for all the released exams except for 1994.
1994 AP Psychology Released Exam
- Please Note: There are no revised scoring worksheets for the 1999 AP Psychology Released Exam
1999 AP Psychology Released Exam
2004 AP Psychology Released Exam
The 2004 AP Psychology Released Exam can be purchased from the College Board Store
2007 AP Psychology Released Exam
The 2007 AP Psychology Released Exam can be purchased from the College Board Store
AP Psychology Practice Exam
In 2008, the College Board released an AP Psychology Practice Exam free to authorized teachers. The practice exam, which mirrors a typical AP Psychology Exam, is available only to AP Psychology teachers who have passed the AP Audit. A major difference between the practice exam and the released exams is that students have access to the released exams, but not the practice exam.
Before using the AP Psychology Practice Exam, please read through the "Usage Guidelines". The practice exam should NOT be published on a website or in any other electronic format. Many teachers give the practice exam to their students for a grade in their AP Psychology course. Please do not violate the confidentiality of the practice exam by posting it on a website where any enterprising student can find it.
Information and access to the AP Psychology Practice Exam can be found at
Changes in Scoring for Advanced Placement Exams
Beginning in 2011, the scoring for the multiple choice section of AP exams will change. Below is a quote from the AP Central Website explaining the change.
"Beginning with the May 2011 AP Exam administration, there will be a change to the way AP Exams are scored. Total scores on the multiple-choice section will be based on the number of questions answered correctly. Points will no longer be deducted for incorrect answers and, as always, no points will be awarded for unanswered questions." (http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/courses/212187.html)
Again, best of luck to all. Just think, on May 3rd we can start counting down to Monday May 7, 2012.