- The AP Central Website is a goldmine for information about previous exam questions (multiple choice and FRQs) as well as scoring guides, etc. Here's a post filled with links to AP Central: "AP Psychology Free Response Questions-Updated to 2014"
- Many teachers use previously released exams for review, and one useful technique is to analyze the previous exams and make a "table of specifications" that shows items organized by chapter. Students can use these tables to figure out areas of strength/weakness, and modify their studying plans accordingly. "2014 AP exam Breakdown"
- Many teachers are wondering about how changes to the DSM (current edition = DSM5) might impact the test. Pat Santoro posted an explanation on AP Central: "Brief Update about the DSM5 Changes"
- The Twitter discussion "#psychat" continues to be a great resource for all kinds of useful teaching ideas, including review ideas: "#Psychat Archive for Review Ideas and Activities"
- Chuck authored this "megapost" of AP review reources last year and it still looks up to date (and great!) "AP Review Resources"
posted by Rob McEntarffer